The Texas webDEALER system was designed to help
licensed Texas dealers operate a dealership with a simple
It allows Texas dealers to submit title
applications to the county assessor-collector offices.
will learn how to use
webDEALER for your
Texas dealership in your 6 hour dealer training course.
The webDEALER system allows dealers to process
title applications and new registrations online. TxDMV
Regional Service Centers may assist county tax offices with
setting up dealer access to the system.
and eTITLE &eTAG that we cover later in the course, are now
all part of the same operating system. You will be able to
use all 3 combined systems with the same user name and
This state of the art system will allow you
to complete all dealer operations from the comfort of your
office. The webDEALER, eTITLE, eTAG system is one reason
every licensed Texas motor vehicle dealer is required to
have internet access. In order for you to begin using the
combined webDEALER, eTITLE, eTAG system you must first
obtain your dealers license from the State. Once you obtain
your license you will need to create a user account.
This system will always recognize you, the owner, as the
Administrator of the system. Later you will be able to add
dealership employees to the system that may have access to
more limited features. As the Administrator, you will have
access to all system features. you must contact your
county tax assessor-collector’s office before you are able
to use the system.
eTITLE, webDEALER, AND eTAG ARE
ALL NOW PART OF THE SAME OPERATING SYSTEM, YOU MAY USE THE
SAME USER NAME AND PASSWORD FOR ALL 3 SYSTEMS.
Dealer’s Reassignment accompanies the title application, the
Dealer’s Reassignment must also be stamped SURRENDERED on
the next available assignment or diagonally, if applicable.
You must have a SURRENDERED stamp to use at your dealership
if you are using the webDEALER system. Any retail office
supply company can produce a SURRENDERED stamp for you or
just order the stamp from your favorite online printing
there are basically two ways to complete a
title application, you can complete Form 130-U during the
transaction then upload it after the customer has left, OR
you may be using some type of Dealer Management Software
that will require, I want to show you how to apply WITHOUT a
dealer management software system, just in case you are
running your dealership without any third party software
The Seller Disclosure information must be completed and
saved before you can continue with the title application.
The Seller Disclosure page is where you make the choice to
upload the Form 130-U OR to file the title application by
capturing an electronic signature of the seller (your
dealership) and buyer.
If for some reason may the
sale you made is exempt from sales tax, for example maybe
you sold a vehicle to a not for profit, or maybe you sold a
van to a church, they may be exempt from sales tax, if that
is the case you would need to enter the reason for
exemption. If you did collect sales tax, which will
normally be the case, you will enter the sales tax date, the
sales price, any rebates, then a trade in allowance if a
trade in was taken
One of the great things about
webdealer, is that the system will NOT allow you to apply
for titles if you are missing any documents. If you are
missing any documents, webdealer will notify you that you
have missing documents and will prompt you to upload them.
At which time, as you can see on this screen shot you are
notified what documents are missing