Reynolds and Reynolds Canada is introducing a new series of documents for Ontario automobile dealerships that will meet new compliance standards required under the recent Harmonized Sales Tax legislation.
The newly designed documents, marketed under the Reynolds and Reynolds LAW brand name and developed with guidance from law firm Gowlings, will enable Canadian dealerships to meet the regulatory requirements for F&I department documents conveniently and efficiently.
“We’ve taken a lead in developing updated and revised F&I documents that meet the new provincial legislative mandates and still keep automobile dealers in Ontario compliant and efficient in their F&I operations,” said Jerry Kirwan, senior vice president of integrated documents solutions for Reynolds and Reynolds.
“With the new Reynolds F&I forms, dealerships won’t need to learn a new process for handling F&I paperwork or worry about meeting the government’s latest regulations. They can focus on selling and servicing cars.”
Under the Reynolds and Reynolds LAW brand, the documents that have been updated and revised to meet the new Harmonized Sales Tax legislation include motor vehicle purchase agreement, lease agreement, offer to lease, rental agreement, loaner agreement and vehicle information forms.
For more information, Reynolds suggests contacting your local consultant or through email to IDS_Mktg@reyrey.com.