Month: July 2020

FET Suspension Likely to Be Decided in the Next Two Weeks

As the HEALS Act is now under negotiation, ATD urges dealers to call upon their lawmakers in Washington and secure inclusion of suspending the FET through 2021.

Plan Ahead for NADA Show 2021 and Save on Travel

NADA Show attendees will enjoy exclusive discounts on hotel accommodations, travel and transportation for the 2021 Show in New Orleans.

Dealers Win Critical Court Decision Against CDK, Reynolds & Reynolds

Dealers in Arizona scored a major victory late Friday when the U.S. District Court in Arizona ruled strongly in favor of a 2019 law that gives local dealerships greater ability to protect customer data that resides in dealer management systems.

Data Security and Privacy: What Dealers Need to Know

Increasingly stringent data security and privacy laws mean that technology providers will play a critical role in meeting these requirements for dealerships.

Thank You

PPP loans have delivered for countless employees across the nation who were the intended beneficiaries. This bipartisan measure may go down in history as one of the most cost-effective stimulus measures ever deployed.

Remembering Congressman John Lewis

Like so many others in Washington, I had the privilege to work with Representative Lewis – first as the communications director for the Congressional Black Caucus and then as an association lobbyist. I started reflecting on the numerous times I’d taken people into his office to advance a particular issue.

NADA Show 2021 save the Date

NADA Show 2021 Attendee Registration and Housing Now Open

NADA Show is the source for dealer information, best practices and new tools to adapt to a changing business landscape.

NADA Readies Itself for a More Culturally Inclusive Future with New Hire

NADA continues to take steps to demonstrate its commitment to reaching diverse constituencies in our country’s current, politically-charged environment.

Protect Jobs and Speed Economic Recovery by Suspending the FET

As Congress considers the next phases of virus-related economic recovery legislation, it should include suspension of the FET on new trucks and trailers until the end of 2021.

ATD Truck Beat: Commercial Truck Sales Down 29.2% During First Half of 2020

As with most industries, truck sales the rest of the year will be dependent on the ability to control the spread of COVID-19.