I invite all dealers and managers to continue pursuing education through ATD’s many curriculum offerings and training.
Truck dealers continue to face challenges as overly broad regulations, harmful taxes, and unreasonable mandates impact our businesses, customers and employees.
The beauty of our industry is that anyone can thrive—even through market turmoil culture and a global pandemic. I commend fellow dealers for your hard work through these unprecedented times.
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.
We want to work with our OEM partners to ensure that the customer satisfaction that is at record levels stays that way.
Despite everything that’s taken us to our breaking point, we’ve survived. And I know we’ll come out of 2020 as resilient as ever!
Despite the challenges of this year, truck dealers continued to work hard to keep the ground fertile so that our markets could grow through even the toughest conditions.
Each dealer has a pivotal role to play in our advocacy. Now that the 2020 Washington Conference has come and gone, our advocacy and grassroots work must continue.
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.
As auto dealers, we know disruption; it isn’t new and it will never stop. In fact, we’ve found a way to grow and thrive out of disruption, and the coronavirus pandemic will serve as yet another example of dealers adapting and overcoming our challenges.
As my time as your NADA Chairman is coming to a close, I encourage all dealers to continue your engagement and remember that YOU ARE NADA. Every voice counts. Every step you take moves us forward. Together, as One NADA, our voice is far more powerful than alone.
With the new year less than a month away, it is a good time for franchised new-car dealers to evaluate their websites for accessibility and reaffirm our commitment to website accessibility.
On Valentine’s Day 2020, hundreds of your fellow truck dealers, OEM executives, allied industry and international guests will converge in the Entertainment Capital of the World. Let’s take this time to celebrate a year’s worth of our milestones and achievements.
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.
Just like NADA’s 2014 Fair Credit Compliance Policy and Program, the VPP policy was rolled out with our friends at NAMAD and AIADA. It offers critical guidance on how dealerships can successfully navigate the VPP terrain …