Texas Auto Dealer Charlie Gilchrist Elected 2019 NADA Chairman

The National Automobile Dealers Association’s 63-member board of directors elected Charlie Gilchrist as chairman for 2019. Rhett Ricart, who represents new-car dealers from Ohio on NADA’s board, was elected NADA vice chairman for 2019.

An Old New Trend in F&I

Better customer satisfaction and faster transaction times are just a couple of benefits to this old-new trend. Many dealers are also seeing an increase in product sales.

Report: New-Car Dealership Employment and Wages Continue to Rise

Through the first half of 2018, the nation’s 16,794 franchised new-car dealerships employed more than 1.1 million people, up 0.8 percent compared to same period a year ago.

ATD Tackles Industry Workforce Shortage

For years, truck dealerships around the nation have struggled with a technician shortage that threatens the health of our businesses and local economies.

Take a Break at NADA Show 2019: Enjoy the Lifestyle Experience

Take a break from the excitement of NADA Show 2019 and visit us on the Expo floor for our two Lifestyle Experience pavilions.

ATD Chairwoman: Let’s Make the Voice of the Dealer Stronger

“With a potential infrastructure bill next year, ATD is fighting hard to repeal the harmful federal excise tax on most heavy-duty truck sales,” said Jodie Teuton.

NADA Officials, Local Car and Truck Dealers Attend White House Economic Summit

Four senior officials from the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) attended yesterday’s White House Economic Summit in Washington, which featured dialogue between business owners and senior White House officials on economic, budget, tax and trade policies.

NADA Foundation Ready to Respond After Hurricane Florence

The NADA Foundation is mobilized and ready to help our fellow dealership families in the wake of massive Hurricane Florence.

NADA Expo 2019: The Power of Face-to-Face Business

NADA Expo is the auto industry’s premier marketplace, with more than 500 companies offering thousands of products, solutions and services in one place.

Center for Automotive Research Study Shows Auto Tariffs Leading to Dramatic Vehicle Price Increases, Job Losses and Economic Consequences

The Center for Automotive Research found that under a 25% tariff on all imports and parts, “consumers would see the price of the typical vehicle sold in the United States rise by $4,400.