ADTA is NOT approved to provide Dealer Education for Texas Dealers

The Texas Attorney General is not only the leading law enforcment office in the State but also investigates deceptive business practices by Texas dealers. You  must operate your dealership in compliance with all Texas and Federal dealer laws. Otherwise, as a dealer, you could be investigated by the Texas Attorney General. You will learn how to comply with these laws in your Texas dealers license training course.

Texas Attorney General

Office of the Attorney General
PO Box 12548
Austin, TX 78711-2548

Office of the Attorney General
Child Support Division
P.O. Box 12017
Austin, TX 78711-2017
800-252-8014

Texas Attorney General Consumer Protection
Consumer Protection Hotline:
800-621-0508

Crime Victims
You can get help from CVC staff:
Mon. - Fri. 8am - 5pm CT
800-983-9933
512-936-1200

You can also reach the Attorney General's office by phone or email
Main Switchboard 512-463-2100 or Constituent Affairs 800-252-8011 or communications@oag.texas.gov

 

 

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Texas Dealer License

Delus Johnson-Lead Instructor
Automobile Dealer Training Association