New light-vehicle sales posted declines again this month, with the October SAAR of 16.6 million representing a decrease of 5.3% compared to October 2018.
Newer Vehicles with Cutting-Edge Safety Features Are Helping Reduce Vehicle Fatalities Despite Increased Driving
The latest crash-related data from the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) show a 2.4 percent decline in fatalities for 2018, the second year in a row with lower crash-related fatalities.
The guide will assist sales consultants and product specialists explain to their customers and potential customers how to properly use Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) to improve traffic safety.
Jose Muñoz, Global chief operating officer of Hyundai Motor Company, will join this year’s lineup of C-suite speakers sharing insights on the future of the global auto industry.
If the USMCA is implemented, it will solidify a favorable trading relationship with Canada and Mexico and ensure the continuation of tariff-free exchanges of vehicles and auto parts across North America, the largest source of vehicles sold by U.S. dealers.
The September SAAR of 17.19 million units represents a decline of only 0.8% compared to September of last year. And the year-to-date SAAR of 16.98 million units represents a decline of just 1%.
No matter what new technologically advanced trucks come out, dealers will be ready to sell them. More than ever, truck dealers and their employees are adjusting to this changing landscape while meeting our customers’ needs.
While we all support protecting customer information and dealers should proactively review with their vendors the adequacy of their security measures, the FTC’s proposed one-size-fits-all rulemaking is not the right approach.