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Actions Taken by the Georgia State Board of Registration of Used Motor Vehicle Parts Dealers at its February 3 Meeting

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Macon, Ga.—The Georgia State Board of Registration of Used Motor Vehicle Parts Dealers held its meeting on Thursday, February 3, 2011.   The Board approved 14 used motor vehicle parts dealer applications for licensure.   The Board voted to ratify the following cease and desist orders for unlicensed practice:

  • Thomas Charles Iamonico d/b/a Monico’s, Acworth
  • Interstate Auto Sales And Service, Bowdon
  • E A Motors, Inc., Buford
  • Griffin Import, Griffin
  • Z Car Atlanta, Norcross
  • E A Motors, Inc., Norcross
  • Southern Pick A Part, Swainsboro
  • Automotive C, Sylvester
  • Top Quality Auto Parts, Waynesboro

The Board voted to accept the following order to receive fine money:

  • Timis Auto Sales, Lawrenceville: $250, failure to notify the Board of a change of address.

The Georgia State Board of Registration of Used Motor Vehicle Parts Dealers will hold its next meeting Thursday, April 7, 2011 at 10:00 a.m. at the Professional Licensing Boards Division office in Macon.

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  1. Truth B Known says:

    Maybe if you all have any thing to do with the odomerter reading of used cars being sold,you need to look into that.I have had a problem with Ford Town of Albany for 3 years trying to get them to tell me why i am getting notices about my cars odomerter is reading 30 thousand miles wrong.They dont want to talk to me.I called and talked to Charles,but never heard anything back.So do i get in trouble for this or do who?
    Just wondering?

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