A new set of guiding principles by the National Automobile Dealers Association advocating on behalf of dealer franchise laws could help state association leaders frame discussions with policymakers on legislative issues. This topic was addressed during the NADA’s Legislative Conference held in Chicago earlier this week.
NADA's framework outlines the association's stance on shifting state regulations around how vehicles are sold and automakers' early efforts with build-to-order programs and with over-the-air sales of vehicle features. NADA leaders say that the principles are meant to be a starting point for conversations between dealers and automakers. The principles also help offer a unified message at the national and state levels, and NADA could provide additional resources to state and metropolitan dealer associations in terms of financial and legal help.
Read the principles here: NADA's guiding principles: What it's for and what it's against | Automotive News (autonews.com)
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