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‘Modernize the Truck Fleet’ Adds New Coalition Members

The MTF coalition has been advocating for repeal of the FET as part of a larger infrastructure package that Congress is debating to help fix both America’s roads and bridges and the broken Highway Trust Fund into which funds from the FET are paid.

New ATD Video Highlights the Need to End the Federal Excise Tax on Heavy-Duty Trucks

The outdated tax adds tens of thousands of dollars to the cost of a new commercial truck, while keeping older, less safe and less fuel-efficient ones on the road longer, ATD says in a new video.

The Curious Case of the FICO Indirect Financing “Stats”

Last week, an item in Automotive News, that many readers may have glossed over, nearly caused me fall out of my chair.

What Mardi Gras & The Truck Industry Have in Common

We should celebrate our successes such as meeting our dealership objectives, hitting high sales numbers and furthering our fleet with the safest and most fuel-efficient trucks ever.

Debunking the Auto Loan Delinquency ‘Crisis’

Lying (or twisting the truth) is exactly what some people are doing with the Fed’s recently released data regarding auto loan delinquencies.

Happy International Women’s Day to all #WomenInAutomotive

Today is about celebrating women! And one of the best ways we can celebrate ourselves is to exercise self-care and maintain a good work/life balance.

NADA Market Beat: U.S. Light-Vehicle Sales Down 2.5%

Through February, new light-vehicle sales were down 2.5% compared to this time last year. The monthly SAAR of 16.53 million units represented the lowest monthly SAAR since February 2015.

‘Share the Love:’ How NADA 20 Group Helped This Subaru Dealership Save $4 Million

Heuberger Subaru in Colorado Springs, Colorado has been the leading seller of Subaru cars in the nation for 10 years running. So why did this successful dealership need the help of NADA’s 20 Group consulting services?

The Automotive Forum Returns to NYC on April 16

The 10th annual Automotive Forum will bring together auto execs, new-car dealers, thought leaders and others to discuss topics that will impact the global auto industry and economy.

Where do Obsolete Parts Come From?

So how did those obsolete parts get onto your shelves? Surely, you didn’t put them there on purpose.