Month: July 2021

Meet Joe: One of the Many Veterans Working as Service Techs Across the Country

America’s new-car and -truck dealerships are a great place for military veterans to establish a long-lasting, rewarding career.

5 Most Cost-Effective Best Practices for Reducing Dealership Energy Use

To help secure recognition for dealers who are leading the pack, NADA/ATD and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are conducting a dealership Energy Use Survey.

Your Voice Counts

ATD effectively represents and communicates dealer interests to manufacturers through the Dealer Attitude Survey. Complete the 2021 ATD Dealer Attitude Survey.

ATD Truck Beat: Commercial Truck Sales Up Across Segments

Sales rose because of solid freight demand, as many sectors of the economy reopened and more consumers returned to their normal routines.

NADA Honors Life of Director of Program Development and Academy Instructor Michael Fullam

NADA’s director of Program Development, Michael Fullam, passed away on July 8 after a fight against cancer.

A Quick Guide to Car Shopping (Hint: Attend a Car Show)

Looking for a low-pressure, experiential environment where you can explore the latest and greatest cars or trucks that the auto industry has to offer? Then without a doubt your first stop should be your local auto show.

Dealers are Essential to Broader EV Adoption

Dealers are “all in” on EVs and incredibly excited about the new electrified products that are being announced almost daily. And dealers are hungry for the sales and service opportunities that are going to come with having numerous new EV models to sell.

NADA Issues 2021 Second Quarter Auto Sales Analysis

In the second quarter of 2021, sales totaled a 17.0 million unit SAAR, up slightly from the 16.9 million unit SAAR in the first quarter of 2021.

Why Should I Fill Out the NADA/ATD Dealership Energy Use Survey?

Since 2007, NADA/ATD have partnered with Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to help dealerships use energy more efficiently.

NADA Market Beat: Inventory Constraints Limit New-Car Sales

New light-vehicle sales fell for the second straight month in June.