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Auto Data Direct Offers Easy Solution for North Carolina NMVTIS Reporting Requirement

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TALLAHASSEE, FL--Jan. 21, 2014: With an effective date of December 1, 2013, metal recyclers and salvage yards in North Carolina are now required to report vehicles to the National Motor Vehicle Title and Information System (NMVTIS) within 72 hours of purchase rather than the previous 30 days. Department of Justice approved NMVTIS consolidator Auto Data Direct, Inc., offers a simple and effective solution for businesses working to comply with the new law.

"As the first NMVTIS consolidator approved by the federal agency, ADD has had the opportunity to work with industry members to enhance our system and give them the tools that are most effective for compliance," said Jim Taylor, President. "We have services that fit the needs of the largest recycler or salvage yard and a version aimed at smaller businesses who handle fewer vehicles."

ADD's NMVTIS upload tools are designed to fulfill the reporting requirement quickly and easily. Two account types are available to suit any size business or upload volume. Full Service accounts include individual vehicle entry, batch vehicle entry using a spreadsheet and business-to-business processing which can be arranged with the customer's IT staff, all for a low per-report fee. Basic Service accounts include no-cost individual entry and emailed confirmation receipts. Both levels of accounts provide upload of records to NMVTIS on a daily basis and give customers the documentation needed to verify compliance with the new state law.

"ADD has salvage and recycling customers throughout the country. They find our system easy to use, very affordable, and appreciate the personalized customer service they receive if they have questions," said Taylor.