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TriStar Motors, L. L. C. Legal Notice and Disclaimer

The Department of Motor Vehicles ( DMV ) recognizes the right of private enterprise to advertise and distribute information as it relates to their business function. The DMV promotes the free exchange of information, opinions and ideas without restriction, EXCEPT when the content invades or may invade personal privacy, property rights or constitutes libel. All free exchange must meet applicable federal, state and local law.

Our Continuing Education Lesson Plan meets the requirements of the DMV and has been approved, HOWEVER, the distribution, advertising and additional information we provide is not guaranteed by the DMV, nor does it represent the views of the department.

Please be advised, unless required by statute, DMV has no obligation to provide information to this private enterprise, in regards to its website & printed material. The DMV shall assume no responsibility for information which is in error, incomplete or out of date. Please contact the course provider and / or the DMV to insure the information is current and accurate. All warranties are disclaimed, including but not limited to: implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, freedom from infection or contamination caused by a computer borne virus and non-infringement of proprietary rights.

The DMV is not responsible for the content of any off site pages or publications we may reference through online or home study use. The DMV is not responsible for the content of any uploaded files.

The DMV advises to not rely on the interpretation and presentation of statutes and regulations referenced on the website and in our publications, but to rely and consult the actual text of the law. These legal requirements change with frequency. The advice of legal counsel may be necessary to determine the actual law of the day.

The DMV encourages direct reporting to the course provider when errors, omissions and complaints occur. When an issue cannot be solved with the course provider the web link below allows a formal complaint and review to be conducted.


You may phone the Occupational Licensing Complaint Desk @ 916..229..3154 & the form will be sent to you for completion.

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