Frequently Asked Questions
AutoMobility LA brings together the new mobility ecosystem. The media and industry day brings automakers, tech companies, designers, developers, startups, investors, dealers, government officials, and analysts together in Los Angeles each year to unveil the future of transportation before media from all over the world.
Attendees to the annual event will experience vehicle debuts and reveals where leaders from major global companies discuss the future of mobility.
Attendees will use their registration confirmation for entry into the Los Angeles Convention Center. If you no longer have a copy of your confirmation, please contact [email protected] or visit one of our registration desks located outside of the South and West Halls of the LACC.
Only media attendees are required to wear wristbands at AutoMobility LA.
All early entrance requests must be addressed with the show management. All properly credentialed working exhibitors will have all-hours access to their booths.
We welcome dealer principals and dealership general managers, public relations and advertising agencies, automobile designers, investors, analysts and individuals in the automotive industry. Additionally, professionals in the technology sector can also apply, including (but not limited to) developers, startups and established companies. All applications will be reviewed by show management and are subject to verification by the exhibitor being represented. To register, please click here.
No, your credential is non-transferable. However, we encourage you to invite your co-worker to register for AutoMobility LA.
If you no longer have a copy of your confirmation, please contact [email protected] or visit one of our registration desks located outside of the South and West Halls of the LACC with your photo ID.
You can use your credential during AutoMobility LA hours only, November 17, 2022. AutoMobility LA credentials are not valid during the public Los Angeles Auto Show.
We recommend taking the Metro Blue or Expo Line to the Pico Station or the ride-hailing service of your choice to downtown LA. If you are driving and parking, please pay special attention to the signboards on the roads around the LA Convention Center with the most up-to-date parking information.
CONVENTION CENTER & LA LIVE PARKING
LA Convention Center offers non-reserved parking on a limited basis at South Hall, West Hall, and Venice Garage.
- The entrance to South Hall parking ($25) is off Venice Blvd., west of Figueroa Street.
- The West Hall parking structure ($25) is located off LA Live Way, between 11th St. and Pico Blvd.
- The Venice Garage ($20) is located off Venice Blvd., West of Figueroa Street
For LA Live Parking, just across the street of Chick Hearn Court from the Los Angeles Convention Center, spaces are available in Lot W (enter on Georgia St., turn on West Road) and Lot E (East Garage off of Olympic). For additional L.A. Live parking and for more information regarding rates or you may visit https://www.lalive.com/visitor-center/parking.
Registration for AutoMobility LA is now open. Click here to register
Online registration for AutoMobility LA 2022
Please begin a new registration for this year’s event.
Each design studio and manufacturer has identified an individual responsible for credentialing all employees. Please check internally with your company. If you do not know who to contact, please contact registration support for the name of your internal contact.
No, AutoMobility LA is no longer using member ID numbers. If you registered for AutoMobility LA in 2018, 2019, or 2021 you will be pre-approved to register by entering your name and email address on the registration landing page (available soon).
The ability to use the show floor as a location to either broadcast live or taped is reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Please contact show management to discuss specific needs.
Working print, broadcast or web journalists will qualify for media credentials. To apply, please click here.
Please email show management, and include answers to the following points:
- Planned dates and times of load in AND taping (live or taped)
- Type of equipment your crew plans to bring
- Special shots/interviews requested
- Anticipated airdate
- Anticipated viewership details of your show
- Any other anticipated production-related needs