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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.

NADA Issues Second Quarter 2020 Auto Sales Analysis

During this quarter, retail sales recovered much more quickly than fleet sales from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.

NADA Show 2021 the Most Important Yet

I simply can’t stress the importance of the upcoming NADA Show more. Now is the time for us to learn from the experts at the Show and from each other.

ATD Dealer Attitude Survey Now Open

With American businesses reopening and reacclimating to the current environment, it’s time to hear from America’s truck dealers through the 2020 ATD Dealer Attitude Survey of Manufacturers.

FCC Issues Ruling on “Peer-to-Peer” Texting Platforms

On June 25, 2020, the Federal Communications Commission (“FCC”) issued a Declaratory Ruling (“Ruling”) relating to text messages, autodialers, and the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).

Dealerships Jobs Starting Climb Back From April Lows

New data out of the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) shows that franchised dealerships added 80,200 jobs in May, an extremely encouraging sign for employment in U.S. automotive retail.

NADA Market Beat: June Vehicle Sales Increased to 13 Million SAAR

New light-vehicle sales in June improved compared to May but remain down significantly compared to this time last year.

The Fleet Versus Retail Disconnect in May’s Sales Numbers

Fleet sales were down year-over-year by a whopping 72% in May, while retail sales only fell by 17%.

Suspending the Federal Excise Tax Can’t Wait

I urge my fellow dealers and others in the industry to contact their member of Congress this week to convey support for FET suspension and a strong economic recovery.

ATD Calls on Trucking Community to Support “Suspend the FET” Week

“Suspend the FET” week is the perfect time for truck dealers and other trucking industry stakeholders to contact House Democrats and ask them to sign the Pappas FET suspension letter.