To help dealers ensure that their accounting departments continue to support the needs of the dealership, NADA hosted a webinar, Keeping the Wheels Turning in the Accounting Office with a Remote Workforce.
Dealerships are powerful economic engines for America, and cash flow is the fuel that runs the motor. But right now, the gauge is nearing empty. Here’s how to start filling up.
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to hold the country captive, auto repair and service departments at franchised car dealers remain open for business, ensuring the safety and reliability of personal transportation for all Americans.
The fifth webinar in the NADA Dealership Lifeline Webinar Series explored how dealers can quickly adapt to the circumstances caused by the coronavirus pandemic and positively impact the profitability of their businesses.
The latest in NADA’s Dealership Lifeline Webinar series addresses the literal lifeline of your employees, your customers and all those involved when someone tests positive for the novel coronavirus—or has a suspected infection.
As the first quarter of 2020 has come to a close, the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) issued an analysis of U.S. auto sales and the economy, including the initial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on both.
NADA experts from the Academy and 20 Group hosted a webinar offering dealers practical sources of immediate cash and other cash flow essentials to ensure that dealerships maintain the lifeblood of their business.
NADA President and CEO Peter Welch spoke with Automotive News Publisher Jason Stein on the publication’s Daily Drive Podcast highlighting NADA’s efforts to support dealers during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Even as they are operating in a challenging environment where customers and employees are staying home and the rules of operation change every day, auto dealers across the country are pitching in and doing their best to help their communities weather the pandemic.
The SAAR of 11.4 million for March 2020 represents a decline of 34.1% compared to March 2019 and is the lowest monthly SAAR since April 2010.