Tag: Peter Welch

Our Commitment to Fair Credit

In today’s market, America’s new car and truck dealerships sell around 50,000 new cars and trucks a day. Consumer access to affordable credit at dealerships, and interest rate discounts that local dealerships can provide their customers, are keys to driving those sales.

Solving the Technician Shortage Crisis

The NADA Foundation recently launched a new Workforce Initiative designed to promote technician careers among target demographics across the country.

Why Can’t Some OEMs Just Do the Right (and Smart) Thing?

As we wind-down another good year of new-vehicle sales and get ready for what could be tougher sledding, I have a request for some of our OEM business partners: Do the right thing by your dealers—it’s also smart business.

Affordability Must Guide Our Path To Improved Fuel Economy

The goal of federal fuel economy regulations shouldn’t just be the highest possible standards, but rather the highest standards the industry can achieve while keeping new vehicles affordable.

How Auto Tariffs Pose a Risk to Every Dealer

Higher vehicle prices and reduced choices could reduce consumer demand and throw into reverse the economic gears that have been driving new-vehicle sales forward.

A Letter to President Trump from the Auto Sector

Today, the leading voices in the auto sector ran a full-page ad in The Wall Street Journal urging the President to rethink his proposal for tariffs on imported automobiles and auto parts.

The Future of Personal Vehicle Ownership

NADA commissioned a large-scale research project that included consumer focus groups and a national survey about the future of personal transportation. And what we found cuts against much of the “conventional wisdom.”

Consumer Affordability Remains NADA’s Focus During Tariffs Debate

As always, NADA will continue to work with the Trump Administration and Congress to advocate for policies, including trade policies, that enable our customers to be the driving force behind our success and the success of the U.S. economy.

The Reality of EVs

We need to face the gritty reality that widespread acceptance of EVs will require closing the gap between the pumps that refuel today’s cars and trucks and the plugs that will be needed to continuously and quickly repower the cars and trucks of tomorrow.