- 2016 NADA/ATD Convention & Expo
- Full coverage of the 2016 NADA/ATD Convention & Expo in Las Vegas, April 1-3.
- Air Bags: Tips for Consumers Related to Counterfeit Air Bags
- In October 2012, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) announced a consumer advisory on counterfeit air bags. Federal investigators have determined that thousands of counterfeit bags have been bought and installed in U.S. motor vehicles over the past three
- ATD Chairman Dick Witcher Delivers Keynote at the 2014 ATD Convention & Expo
- Auto Safety Programs
- The National Automobile Dealers Association wants to help dealers promote informed, responsible decisions by their customers about the safe operation of cars or trucks. Child Passenger Safety September is Child Passenger Safety month. New car dealers
- Bill Fox Delivers Keynote Address at the 2015 NADA Convention & Expo
- Booster Seat Consumer Brochure
- Child Passenger Safety
- September is Child Passenger Safety Month Thousands of new car dealers around the country host free child safety seat inspections at their dealerships as part of a national Boost for Safety campaign, a program developed by NADA in
- Child Passenger Safety 101
- September is Child Passenger Safety month Dealers across the country will host child safety seat inspections in their communities as part of NADA's national Boost for Safety campaign to help protect young passengers. Since the Boost
- Child Passenger Safety Campaign: Dealer Resources
- As a community service, NADA encourages dealers to host child safety seat inspection events at their stores in September, Child Passenger Safety month, or anytime throughout the year. Dealers have inspected more than 1 million seats, and
- Child Seat Safety Tips Postcard
- Consumer Advocates and Auto Coalition Fight to Keep ‘Rebuilt Wrecks’ Off Nation’s Roadways
- The National Automobile Dealers Association
(NADA) has joined a diverse coalition of consumer protection, law
enforcement, and auto industry representatives to urge the U.S.
Department of Justice to finalize a critical rulemaking to help prevent
rebuilt, wrecked, flooded, or stolen vehicles from unknowingly ending up
on a consumer's driveway.
- Dealers Are Committed to Fixing All Recalls
- For 50 years, Congress has entrusted franchised automobile dealers to repair vehicles recalled by manufacturers for safety defects or noncompliance reasons.
- Dealers Driving Road Safety
- Dealers Participation in Tire Safety Campaign Described as Extraordinary
- McLEAN, Va. (March 7, 2005) - ADA Chairman Jack Kain's response to
the recent opinion piece by Consumer Federation of America's (CFA)
Stephen Brobeck on dealer financing was published in the March 7, 2005
issue of Automotive News.McLean, Va., May 24, 2005 - Since NADA joined the "Be Tire Smart - Play
Your Part" national tire safety campaign last month, nearly 900 NADA
members have signed up to distribute consumer tips brochures at their
- Eric Jorgensen Delivers Keynote Address at the ATD Convention & Expo
- Frequently Asked Questions
- What is Boost for Safety Give Kids a Lift for Life? Boost for Safety is a national campaign sponsored by NADA — in partnership with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) — to educate dealers, parents
- Grounding All Recalled Used Vehicles Devalues Trade-Ins
- Legislation should increase recall completion rates and not create a “trade-in tax” on millions of customer trade-ins.
- Insurance Company Voluntarily Discloses Flood Damage Info
- In a major new development, PEMCO,
a Seattle-based insurance company, announced this week that it will
voluntarily disclose vehicle flood damage information to the public.
- NADA Applauds Auto Alliance for Launching New Data-Driven Study on Recalls
- NADA Applauds Selection of Elaine Chao for Transportation Secretary
- NADA President Peter Welch on Nov. 29 released a statement in response to President-elect Donald Trump’s expected nomination of Elaine Chao to serve as Secretary of the U.S. Department of Transportation.
- NADA Auto Dealers Kick Off National Child Passenger Safety Month
- MCLEAN, Va. (September 1, 2005) - New car dealerships around the country
are hosting child safety seat inspections throughout September, as part
of Child Passenger Safety Month, sponsored by the National Automobile
Dealers Association (NADA), in partnership with the National Highway
Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
- NADA Bulletins on Safety, Fuel Economy Will Help Sales Staff, Consumers
- NADA Chairman: Keep Auto Retailing Affordable for Consumers
- NADA Commends NHTSA on Recalls
- NADA President Peter Welch issued a statement in response to NHTSA's announcement of a new public awareness campaign called "Safe Cars Save Lives" that urges consumers to check for open recalls at least twice a year and to get their vehicles fixed as soon as parts are available.
- NADA Commissions Report by J.D. Power to Assess Reductions in Trade-In Values Caused by Preventing Sale of Used Vehicles with Open Recalls
- McLEAN, VA (Nov. 19, 2015)—The National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) today announced a report that it commissioned from J.D. Power showing that many consumers could see the value of their vehicle trade-ins decline by an average of $1,210 – and by as much as $5,713 – if auto dealers were prohibited from selling any used vehicles with open recalls.