Month: March 2020

Register Today for NADA’s Latest Webinars

NADA is launching three new webinars to help dealers and their employees navigate today’s business realities.

Be on the Lookout for Fake Coronavirus Tracking Sites Infecting IT Systems

Hackers are leveraging the popularity of these tracking maps to steal usernames, passwords, credit card numbers, browsing history, cookies and other information stored in users’ browsers.

U.S. Chamber Issues Summary of New SBA Loan Programs

The CARES Act provides $2 trillion of stimulus to individuals, businesses, and hospitals and other impacted industries in response to the economic distress caused by the pandemic.

White House Provides Update on COVID-19 Pandemic

Today, the White House released an updated comprehensive list of tools and resources in the fight against coronavirus.

U.S. Weekly Jobless Claims Surge to Record 3.28 Million

Initial claims for unemployment benefits rose 3.00 million to a seasonally adjusted 3.28 million in the week ending March 21, eclipsing the previous record of 695,000 set in 1982, the Labor Department said.

Vehicles are Critical in a Lockdown

As Congress is poised to pass a historic $2 trillion stimulus package to address the impact of the escalating COVID-19 health crisis, America’s auto dealerships continue to work through the challenges of operating during the coronavirus pandemic.

How Commercial Trucks are Keeping America Stocked

In times of mass uncertainty, one critical and essential business is commercial truck sales and service, to keep the country stocked with basic necessities.

NADA Online Resources Offer Dealers Tools for Operating in a New Business Environment

As dealers are maneuvering their operations and adapting to the state of business stemming from the coronavirus, NADA has a number of resources to support dealers along the way.

Dealer Groups, ATD, Alliance for Automotive Innovation Urge Trump to Clarify Auto, Truck Sales as Essential

The ability to provide replacement cars and trucks in response to any number of scenarios will be vital to ensuring that those in need of reliable personal transportation continue to have access to it, the groups said, stressing that franchised car and truck dealers recognize the need to conduct even limited sales and leasing activities in manner that protects the general public, our customers and our employees.

Alliance for Automotive Innovation, NADA and MEMA Call on White House and Congress to Pass Economic Stimulus Package to Address COVID-19 Impact

The Alliance, NADA and MEMA have asked Congressional leaders and the White House to enact policies that provide immediate economic relief broadly, as well as to the auto industry, and that help all businesses work through the challenges arising from the coronavirus pandemic.