Planning to offer more automotive services? Did you move locations or did the business recently change ownership? There are steps an AMVIC-licensed business must follow to ensure a smooth process in relation to Section 134 of the Consumer Protection Act. You must notify AMVIC, in writing, within 15 days, if any of the following applies: YourRead More
2020 – 2021 AMVIC annual report highlights: A look at AMVIC’s fiscal year highlights (page 2). How the new AMVIC Online improved stakeholder experiences by streamlining profile access and levy reporting (page 7). Find out the five most common complaint types submitted to AMVIC’s consumer services department (page 10). See the number of investigations openedRead More
In our efforts to protect consumers and industry from unfair practices in Alberta’s automotive business industry, AMVIC regularly works with local agencies and organizations such as Edmonton Police Service (EPS), Calgary Police Service (CPS), the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), Alberta Transportation, the federal Fraud Prevention Forum Partners, and now Crime Stoppers. Should a situationRead More
The AMVIC Board of Directors was recently updated with a new board chair, two new industry members and one industry member re-appointed by their industry association. The Minister of Service Alberta has appointed a new chairperson, public member Brad Krizan, effective June 7, 2021. Two new directors, Dale Hopkins representing the Recreation Vehicle Dealers AssociationRead More
Effective Tuesday, March 16, 2021, there will be a change in the process of background checks for all business and salesperson applicants. All applicants will be required to obtain a background check at their own cost. The RCMP has changed their policy and AMVIC will no longer be able to use the Canadian Police InformationRead More
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