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Time to Buy Your F&I Professional a Dog?

With the advancement of dealership technology, will the need for F&I professionals dwindle?

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Island Hopping Is a Compliance Concern

Hackers are using weak links in vendor and supply chains to target more secure networks. Here’s what agents and dealers need to know.

One Flu Over the Dealership

At least 6.4 million flu cases were reported between October and December 2019. Given that influenza is a serious medical condition, do dealerships have a role to play in limiting its spread?

Let’s Change One Little Fact …

Hudson explains how requiring out-of-state buyers to transport their own vehicle creates a ‘good fact’ that can help ensure your own state’s laws will govern the transaction.

Oink, Oink

Can damages exist without evidence? Hudson retells the story of a New Jersey dealer who stood up to charges of concealing a salvage title — and won.

Lift Kits and Warranties

An FCA dealer successfully fought charges of a Texas Deceptive Trade Practices Act violation.

The High Cost of Free Software

Pirated software and shared licenses are commonly enforced violations of the U.S. Copyright Act.

Oops!

Failing to recognize the difference between a loan and a retail installment contract led to a costly violation of the Georgia Motor Vehicle Act.

Falling Sky?

Hudson plays Chicken Little as two New York dealers face the wrath of allegedly overcharged customers.

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Paranoia or Real Danger?

The CFPB really is following you, and every mistake you make in the showroom and in your advertising can lead to an enforcement action.