NMVTIS Reporting Made Easier Through Tracker Management System and Auto Data Direct
With the recent Department of Justice policy clarification regarding the towing industry’s responsibility to report junk and salvage vehicles to the National Motor Vehicle Title Information System (NMVTIS), tow and wrecker operators throughout the nation are seeking an easy to use and reliable service to ensure compliance with the rule. Tracker Management System and Auto Data Direct, Inc. have teamed up to provide a solution that enhances efficiency, timeliness, and regulatory compliance.
Tracker has specialized in business management and dispatch tools for the tow industry for over 20 years. As the preferred vendor for tow companies of all sizes, Tracker systems dispatch over 100,000 tows each day throughout the country.
Auto Data Direct, Inc. (ADD) was the first company contracted with the American Association of Motor Vehicle Administrators (AAMVA) as a data consolidator for salvage pools, recyclers, and insurance companies required to report vehicle junk and salvage information to the NMVTIS database. ADD’s NMVTIS upload tools are designed to help businesses fulfill the reporting requirement quickly and easily.
Tracker is adding functionality to its software that makes it easy for impound lot companies to regularly report lists of qualifying vehicles to NMVTIS. Tracker will provide complete one-stop compliance reporting signup and transmission services for lot managers with data going to the government through Auto Data Direct.
“Tracker has always been committed to continuously improving our product for our customers,” says Jim Weaver, C.E.O. “Collaborating with ADD and providing access to their NMVTIS upload tools will give our customers the ability to easily comply with the federal rules.”
Jim Taylor, ADD’s President, agrees. “Since contracting with AAMVA to serve as an upload portal, we have worked with individual tow companies as well as management systems to ensure the industry has access to a high quality program that lets them fulfill their obligation to report in a simple and effective manner.” Taylor says the integration of ADD’s NMVTIS reporting feature with Tracker’s management and dispatch system offers those tow businesses a great solution for meeting this new requirement.
For more information on Tracker Management Systems and Auto Data Direct, Inc., you can visit their respective websites at trackermanagement.com and add123.com.
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Tracker 2000 contains sophisticated, yet easy to use functions that maintain and control the entire storage yard and lien processing operation. Vehicles can be placed into impound with a single click of the mouse.
Tracker will calculate storage fees automatically, then produce professional, personalized letters throughout the entire impounding process, including notice of lien to both MVD and owner, enforcement of lien, notice of sale and so on... Tracker even produces the newspaper ads for the auction!