Motor vehicle salesperson
A salesperson is someone who is employed or engaged by or on behalf of a dealer to buy or sell motor vehicles.
A salesperson's licence is needed if you:
- Buy or sell vehicles.
- Complete sales contract documentation.
- Take a customer for a demonstration drive.
You will not require a salesperson's licence if you only:
- Meet and greet customers and survey or discuss customer needs.
- Record customers' details for the purpose of introducing a customer to a licensed salesperson.
To obtain a motor vehicle salesperson licence, you must: You may qualify to be a trainee salesperson while you are waiting for your licence to be granted.
What you need to do to get a licence?
The following activities constitute the act of buying or selling vehicles:
The following activities do not constitute the act of buying or selling vehicles:
To obtain a motor vehicle salesperson licence, you must:
You may qualify to be a trainee salesperson while you are waiting for your licence to be granted.
If you are registered or licensed as a motor vehicle salesperson elsewhere in Australia or New Zealand, and want to be registered in Western Australia, you can find out more information about having your licence recognised in WA.
Need some assistance?
If you are thinking of becoming a motor vehicle salesperson and want more information contact:
- Licensing Advice Line 1300 304 064
- Online Licence and Registration Search
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