Tag: coronavirus

Auto Dealerships are Stepping Up During COVID-19

From increased sanitizing and cleaning to maintaining social distancing, auto dealerships are doing everything they can to keep their customers, employees and communities safe during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Necessary Car and Truck Sales are Essential Business

The Trump administration issued guidance classifying automotive service as essential. While the essential nature of automotive service is not really in question, as service and repair is required to keep America’s fleet of cars and trucks on the road.

Responding to Coronavirus: NADA Provides Updates on Action, New Law

The new law provides certain eligible employees with potential coronavirus-related emergency paid sick leave, emergency family and medical leave, and expanded unemployment insurance.

Detroit Automakers Idle U.S. Plants to Combat Coronavirus Outbreak

The Detroit Three automakers will shut down their U.S. plants to stop the spread of coronavirus, bowing to pressure from the union representing about 150,000 hourly workers at those facilities, industry officials said.

REPORT: Production Slowing as Sales Decrease

With showrooms slowing down, factory executives and industry analysts have slashed their sales forecasts, some by as much as half in the short term. Just a month ago, economists were predicting another robust sales year.

Detroit Automakers, UAW Agree to Curb Production to Contain Coronavirus

Detroit automakers and the United Auto Workers agreed on Tuesday to curtail production at the automakers’ U.S. factories, limiting the number of workers on the job at one time to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 disease among roughly 150,000 factory employees.

NADA and Alliance Call on Trump Administration to Consider Dealerships Essential Businesses

Given the lack of uniformity in how states and local municipalities taking action are classifying dealership sales, service and parts operations, NADA and the Alliance have requested that the U.S. government ensure that the nation’s motor vehicle fleet remains as safe and operational as possible by considering vehicle repair, maintenance and sales facilities as essential operations during the coronavirus outbreak.