All commercial-truck dealers would benefit from bringing a spirit of renewed energy to our own lives.
Business owners—such as commercial truck dealers—navigate some of the most complex tax regulations each year, and the recent tax code changes can make the process even more overwhelming.
We should celebrate our successes such as meeting our dealership objectives, hitting high sales numbers and furthering our fleet with the safest and most fuel-efficient trucks ever.
The ATD board’s central mission is to represent truck dealers through federal advocacy, industry relations, education and other key services.
The show included the ATD Industry Roundtable, workshops, make meetings and special industry and networking events with hundreds of truck dealers and guests from across the country.
ATD is spearheading an industry effort to address the job skills crisis, recruit and retain technicians and raise national awareness about dealership jobs.
There is no better place to bring our entire community together than ATD Show 2019 in San Francisco from Jan. 24-27. Our make meetings have been heralded as a top reason for ATD member dealers to attend the show.
Despite the highly-technological world we live in, there is no substitute for in-person and face-to-face meetings.
Since 1970, our association has been led by 24 amazing ATD chairmen, each having unique perspectives and skill sets and each contributing to the greater good of the truck industry and the members they’ve represented.
Truck manufacturers, suppliers and industry stakeholders — along with dealers — stand a better chance of repealing the FET if we do it together.