There is no doubt that the Dodgers will be buyers when the non-waiver trade deadline comes up at the end of the month. Despite a shaky start to the season and a wide array of injuries, including a season-ending ACL tear for superstar Corey Seager, the team is right in the mix for the NL West pennant. The only question is how much the Dodgers will be willing to give up. Might General Manager Farhan Zaidi pull the trigger on Manny Machado? Check out some options the team should explore in the coming weeks. Read the rest of this entry »
We can’t stop talking about the Volkswagen Jetta. Those who are even remotely familiar with the Volkswagen brand ought to know something about the Jetta. As one of the most popular Volkswagen models for nearly a whole generation, the Jetta is here for the 2019 model year. We’ve gone over a number of topics about the new Jetta, and now we will explore its performance and engine specs. Read the rest of this entry »
As you probably already know, California is a huge place. In fact, it is the third largest state in the country, behind only Alaska and Texas. Often thought of as its own country, there are many different beautiful landscapes and metropolitan centers throughout the whole state. Sure, Los Angeles is a huge tourist spot for outsiders, but what about L.A. residents? There has to be a place for us to get away to. Check out a few of our favorite road trip destinations in California. Read the rest of this entry »
Why would a station wagon be appealing to someone not named Clark Griswold? Wagon-bodied cars have been unfairly branded as non-aesthetic vehicles. That is an outdated, wrong way of thinking. The Volkswagen Golf SportWagen has received numerous updates over the years and it has easily kept pace with the rest of the lineup in terms of style and comfort. What it beats many cars in, though, is practicality. What could be more practical than an efficient, spacious car? Read the rest of this entry »
The newest version of the Volkswagen Jetta is out, and it is better than ever before. To many drivers, a car’s paint color is vital. You want your car to look as good as possible, don’t you? The new Jetta comes available with nine standard paint colors. These color options are just as impressive as the interior design. Check them out below. Read the rest of this entry »
There truly is never a bad time for ice cream, especially in Southern California. But we thought now would be a perfect time to check out some of the best ice cream parlors in the Los Angeles area. No matter where you are in the city, you aren’t far from some delicious ice cream. Check out some of our favorite L.A. ice cream shops. Read the rest of this entry »
A couple months ago, we saw the new Volkswagen Atlas Cross Sport concept SUV at the New York International Auto Show. The design was striking, and we have since learned more about the concept’s performance details. Exact production dates have not yet been announced, but it is expected to enter production sometime in 2019 in Chatanooga, TN. Keep reading to learn more. Read the rest of this entry »
We aren’t even halfway done with 2018, but already we are loving the 2019 Volkswagen Jetta. The Jetta has undergone many changes over the years and the 2019 version may just be most advanced one yet. Five trims are available, so drivers with all budgets and needs should be satisfied with the selection. Read on to learn more about each trim level. Read the rest of this entry »
As one of the most popular Volkswagen vehicles over the years, the Jetta has received numerous improvements year after year and the 2019 edition is bound to be the best one yet. Check out the starting prices of each trim level and other details below. Read the rest of this entry »
There’s nothing more frustrating than receiving a parking ticket or DMV renewal notice months after you returned your leased vehicle. The CA DMV states you (the lessor) must complete a Notice of Transfer and Release of Liability and submit it within 5 calendar days. This will release you of liability associated with your leased vehicle after the transfer date, including those pesky renewal notices which can look more like DMV collection attempts.
There are a few pieces of information you’ll want handy when completing this form online.
- License Plate Number
- VIN number
- Mileage on the vehicle
- New Owner (this would be the company you leased from such as VW Credit)
- Date of transfer
Why doesn’t the dealer take care of this? The dealer isn’t able to complete transfers on your behalf as we are not a selling or buying entity in this transaction.
What if I never completed the Transfer and Release of Liability when I turned in my lease, but just received a renewal notice? It’s a good idea to still go online and complete the form so that you can update the dmv.
I turned in my lease and completed the Transfer and Release of Liability form online but still received a renewal notice? Chances are it was issued before the DMV updated their records. Renewal notices are computer generated events generated more than 60 days prior to the expiration date.