Updated December 15, 2021
CNCDA Members can access more detailed compliance guidance and materials via CNCDA Comply related to:
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Dealership Operations and Health Requirements
The following is an outline of the status of in-person and online vehicle sales in California as of December 15, 2021:
Statewide Indoor Mask Mandate Effective December 15.
Monday, December 13, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) issued an order requiring face masks to be worn indoors in all public settings regardless of vaccination status. The order is effective Wednesday, December 15 through January 15, 2022. This order will apply to both customers and employees at dealerships throughout California.
Importantly, the order exempts certain people from wearing masks, including persons younger than two years old and persons with medical conditions that prevents wearing a mask. You can access the order by clicking here.
Updated Travel Advisory.
CDPH also updated its travel advisory. Notably, the updated advisory now states that persons traveling from out-of-state should get tested 3-5 days after returning. You can access the updated advisory by clicking here.
Dealers must still abide by Cal/OSHA Emergency Temporary Standards, which can be accessed here.
Cal/OSHA has also issued an FAQ on its rules, which you can access by clicking here.
CNCDA began remote operations on Tuesday, March 17, 2020. Since this time, CNCDA staff has been in continuous contact with local and state officials on issues involving coronavirus and your business. Our legal hotline (916-441-2599) continues to operate and staff is fully accessible by phone or email to our members. And we are continuously developing compliance resources (such as this website and member alerts) to help our members during this difficult time.
This website is designed to provide California new motor vehicle dealerships with resources on issues involving the coronavirus (COVID-19). CNCDA will use its best efforts to continue to update this website, but this situation is rapidly evolving. Please also note that the materials on this website are for educational purposes, and are not intended as legal advice. For legal advice, contact competent counsel. For the most current information, please visit government websites for your jurisdiction or call CNCDA at 916-441-2599.
Media contact: Brian Maas (916) 441-2599 ext. 118