Truck dealers continue to face challenges as overly broad regulations, harmful taxes, and unreasonable mandates impact our businesses, customers and employees.
On May 5, the chairman of the powerful House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure Peter DeFazio (D-Ore.) visited ATD member dealership TEC Equipment in Coburg, Ore.
I’m proud to personally invite you to ATD Show 2022, our latest and greatest Show experience in Las Vegas, March 10-13.
Throughout the pandemic, ATD’s advocacy work has continued uninterrupted in the nation’s capital, and many other issues are being tackled at the local and state levels.
Commercial truck sales started the year off well, with total sales of 98,404—an increase of 15.8% from first quarter 2020.
While initiatives may change with time, ATD’s core mission stays the same: to serve and represent the needs of truck dealer members through advocacy, industry relations, education and premier member services.
While politics in the nation’s capital may be partisan, truck dealers are more united than ever advocating for their customers, employees, and dealerships. I urge our members to get involved and stay engaged.
We have pulled through one of the most challenging times of our lives, and I’m confident that we’re well-positioned to take advantage of the new year’s opportunities.
Commercial truck sales closed out 2020 with total sales just shy of 410,000 units, a decline of 22.3% from the 2019 total.
In addition to workshops for each dealership department, truck dealers will find the ATD-focused sessions especially timely.