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NADA Leads the Charge on Combatting Growing Problem of Catalytic Converter Theft

This week, NADA and 12 industry partners urged Congress to take up the PART Act to help fight catalytic converter theft, and specifically asked for the House Energy and Commerce Committee to hold a hearing on this important issue.

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NADA Issues Updated Driven Guide: A Dealer Guide to The FTC Safeguards Rule

The Guide contains extensive guidance on compliance with the new requirements outlined in the new Gramm-Leach-Bliley (GLB) Safeguards Rule that contains a series of extensive and complicated new data security requirements.

AIADA Names Columbus Dealer John Connelly as Chairman

Connelly is joined in leadership on the AIADA board of directors by Steve Gates, Immediate Past Chairman; Mike DeSilva, Chairman-Elect; and Valerie Romero, Secretary/Treasurer.

An Electrifying Future for Automotive Dealers

Auto Dealer Today caught up with 2022 Chairman Mike Alford to hear about his plans for the industry, today and over the next 12 months.

AIADA Presents Lifetime Achievement Award to Auto Dealer Mike Maroone

The award is presented by AIADA’s Board of Directors annually to an industry leader who possesses a similar community spirit and devotion to the international nameplate auto industry as its namesake.

NADA Issues Analysis of 2021 Auto Sales, 2022 Sales Forecast

Moving into 2022, NADA anticipates new-vehicle sales of 15.4 million units – an increase of 3.4% from 2021.

NADA Market Beat: 2021 New Light-Vehicle Sales Up 3.1% over 2020

New light-vehicle sales totaled 14.93 million units in 2021, up 3.1% from 2020’s 14.47 million. December 2021’s SAAR totaled just 12.44 million units, down 23.7% from December 2020.

NADA: Recent Study Offers a Window into Americans' Retirement Saving Habits

A recent study of more than four million active retirement plan participants provides a unique look at the state of Americans’ retirement finances and what today’s workers expect from their employer’s 401(k) plan.

NADA Market Beat: Limited Vehicle Availability Continues to Impact Sales Despite Slight Inventory Increases in November

While November began with a slight increase in inventory levels from September’s all-time lows, limited vehicle availability continues to keep sales well below current demand.

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COVID-19 Remains in the Driver’s Seat

NADA economist forecasts supply chain challenges, including the chip shortage, will persist well into 2022.

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