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NC Dealer Refuses to Lower Giant American Flag

A 40-by-80-foot American flag continues to fly over Gander RV of Statesville, N.C., despite...

Camping World and Gander RV’s Marcus Lemonis says his dealership’s 40-by-80-foot American flag is a tribute to military veterans and that he will not take it down, despite the threat of thousands of dollars in fines.

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Save the Date: Industry Summit Heads to New Orleans

The first 100 dealers and GMs who register for Industry Summit 2019 will attend for free. The...

This year’s Industry Summit will be held Nov. 4–6 at the New Orleans Marriott, offering the nation’s premier advanced F&I training curriculum, new and returning tracks and events, and free admission for the first 100 dealers and general managers who sign up when registration opens this summer.

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Ford Faces Federal Emissions Probe

The 2019 Ford Ranger is reportedly among the first vehicles set to undergo retesting following...

The U.S. Department of Justice has opened a criminal investigation into Ford Motor Co.’s emissions testing and certification processes, the factory revealed in an SEC filing today.

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CDK Moves to Preserve Dealer Counterclaims

CDK Global’s attorneys filed a brief in federal court defending its counterclaims against a...

CDK Global has filed an opposition brief in federal court, urging the judge in an ongoing lawsuit not to dismiss claims at least two dealers allowed unauthorized third parties to access CDK’s systems.

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Indiana Dealer Doc Fee Lawsuits Hang in Balance

Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb must decide whether to sign or veto HB 1237 by Monday. An amendment to...

A bill that would undo two class-action lawsuits accusing Indiana dealers of charging exorbitant document preparation fees could be signed or vetoed by Gov. Eric Holcomb this week or become law Monday if he takes no action.