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Kim Mesfin Nominated for 2019 Truck Dealer of the Year

The winner and runner-up will be announced on Saturday, Jan. 26, during ATD Show 2019 in San Francisco.

NADA Market Beat: U.S. Light-Vehicle Sales Up 0.2%

Through November, U.S. light-vehicle sales were up 0.2%. Compared to this time last year, car segments continued to lose market share, down 4.8 percentage points, while their light-truck counterparts were up 3.8 percentage points.

What I Learned About Service Department Economics From My Third-Grade Grammar Teacher

Way back in third-grade, while I was daydreaming in Mrs. Watson’s class, I almost missed a lesson that would be a success-driver decades later.

Honda’s Henio Arcangeli Addresses Auto Conference LA

While addressing the 2018 Auto Conference LA, in advance of the LA Auto Show, Arcangeli touted the all new Honda Passport which was unveiled at the auto show and discussed rapidly changing business conditions and offered some projections for the future of the industry.

David Kriete Nominated for 2019 Truck Dealer of the Year

The winner and runner-up will be announced on Saturday, Jan. 26, during ATD Show 2019 in San Francisco.

NADA Confirms Show Dates for Next Five Years

Considered the Automotive Industry Event of the Year, the NADA Show includes keynote speakers, educational workshops, dealer franchise meetings, an Expo with hundreds of exhibitors and numerous networking opportunities.

ATD Works to Strengthen Industry-Wide Community

There is no better place to bring our entire community together than ATD Show 2019 in San Francisco from Jan. 24-27. Our make meetings have been heralded as a top reason for ATD member dealers to attend the show.

World War I Ended 100 Years Ago but Related Truck Tax is Still in the Trenches

Two bills, H.R. 2946 and S. 3052, were introduced to repeal the antiquated FET. ATD and a truck industry coalition are urging Congress to revisit the tax and consider the FET repeal as part of a likely infrastructure bill next year.

Auto Press Must Keep Digging on ‘Mobility’

Despite how our industry issues change and challenges arise, the reporting on our industry should be rooted in reality and facts. And the fact is that people will continue to purchase cars, and auto dealers will continue to serve the car-buying public for the next century to come.

NADA’s Lutz, Gilchrist Meet Trump for White House Discussion on Economy, Workforce Training

NADA Chairman Wes Lutz and Vice Chairman Charlie Gilchrist joined other business leaders at the White House on Wednesday for a discussion with President Trump and senior administration officials about the nation’s growing economy and the Administration’s comprehensive workforce development efforts.