Month: May 2018

Auto Dealers Uphold Fair Credit and Consumer Competition

Our program helps dealers to offer competitive rates to our customers while abiding by the nation’s fair credit laws. It’s good for our customers, good for our businesses, and implementing it is the right thing to do.

What Does the European Privacy Rule (GDPR) Mean for U.S. Dealers?

Many dealers may have seen news stories about the broad privacy and data security regulation coming from the European Union (EU) called the “General Data Protection Regulation” or “GDPR.”

Congressman LaMalfa Pushes for FET Repeal with House Leadership

The FET delays the purchase of new heavy-duty trucks, preventing cleaner, more efficient and safer trucks from operating on roadways.

Congress, President Act to Protect Auto Loan Discounts for Consumers

President Trump signed into law S.J. Res. 57 – a measure passed by Congress to reject a Washington bureaucracy’s rule which could have eliminated the ability of car dealerships to discount loans for their customers.

NADA Professional Series: New Development Program for Dealership Service Managers

Register for the Service Management track in NADA’s new Professional Series. This program will provide the expertise and training needed to fill the skill gaps and develop your ideal career path.

4 Lucky Winners Announced in Manage Your Roster Contest

Participants were automatically entered into the contest just by logging into the NADA website between March 21 and April 30 and updating their dealership profile information. 

NADA Launches New Professional Series for Dealership Managers

The new NADA Professional Series provides training to new or high-potential department managers working in sales, office, parts and service.

ATD Membership Offers Many Benefits

ATD is strong thanks to its members. Our association can never replace your engagement, your feedback, your phone calls and your face-to-face meetings with us and industry stakeholders. Let’s keep it up together!

American Truck Dealers Push for Repeal of Federal Excise Tax on Heavy Duty Trucks

Rep. Rooney, who met with employees and toured the dealership, was the first cosponsor of H.R. 2946, a bill that would repeal the 12-percent federal excise tax (FET) on the sale of heavy-duty trucks and trailers.

The History of the CFPB’s Campaign to Eliminate Consumer Discounts in Auto Financing

Today’s vehicle financing model is extraordinarily efficient and competitive and provides access to affordable credit to consumers in all credit tiers.