Increasingly stringent data security and privacy laws mean that technology providers will play a critical role in meeting these requirements for dealerships.
NADA continues to take steps to demonstrate its commitment to reaching diverse constituencies in our country’s current, politically-charged environment.
During this quarter, retail sales recovered much more quickly than fleet sales from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
New light-vehicle sales in June improved compared to May but remain down significantly compared to this time last year.
The COVID-19 pandemic has opened a greater dialogue between automakers and dealers, and we cannot miss this chance for the advancement of the industry that many of us have spent our lives building.
Racism and discrimination have no place in the car business, or America. We must root them out together. Everyone deserves to be treated respectfully and fairly. Everyone deserves justice, and it pains us to see injustice. When anyone in our family hurts we all hurt, and we are hurting with you.
While full recovery is months ahead, Chairman Rhett Ricart, and President and CEO Peter Welch addressed dealers during NADA’s second all-dealer virtual town hall on Thursday, May 22.
“America’s auto dealers are putting people back to work,” said NADA Chairman Rhett Ricart in a recent video message to dealers, employees and customers.
Prior to joining NADA, Welch held several positions with the California New Car Dealers Association (CNCDA), the nation’s largest state auto dealer association.