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CBS updates
10 November 2016

A 65-year old Elizabeth South man has been fined $3250, after admitting to selling used cars without a licence.

Under South Australian consumer protection laws, people need a second hand vehicle dealer’s licence if they sell more than four cars over a 12 month period.

In the Elizabeth Magistrates Court, Gary Williams admitted to selling 17 used cars within a 12 month period, and breaching an earlier undertaking to refrain from selling second hand vehicles.

The court heard each of the cars was worth less than $1000, and the level of profit was minimal.

Williams was fined $3250.