Code of Ethics
NADA's Code of Ethics is designed to reinforce dealers' personal commitment to quality service and high ethical standards. As a member of NADA, member dealers subscribe to the following principles and standards. Implicit in this Code is the
Commentary: Navigating the Maze of Federal Regulations
By Bill Fox March 2015 It's clear by now that new car dealers are not just responsible for facilitating the complex transactions of vehicle sales to the American public, but also for complying with numerous federal and
House Lawmakers Introduce Legislation to Disclose Totaled and Flooded Vehicles to Public
WASHINGTON, D.C. (September 25, 2006) - Senior lawmakers, led by Rep. Cliff Stearns (R-Fla.), chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Commerce, Trade & Consumer Protection, recently introduced the Damaged Vehicle Information Act, H.R. 6093, to ensure that totaled and flood-damaged vehicles are flagged forever so that consumers and auto retailers can make more informed decisions about the safety and fair market value of used cars.
Letter to the Editor: Red-Flagging Totaled Cars
Letter to The Washington Post editor about Red-Flagging Totaled Cars
NADA Chairman Mark Scarpelli Announces New Initiative, Pledges Total Support of Auto Dealers
In his first official speech as 2017 chairman of the National Automobile Dealers Association, Mark Scarpelli on Saturday unveiled a new initiative designed to help local dealerships showcase all the benefits they bring to their millions of customers, the 1.1 million dealerships employees in the U.S., and to countless communities across the nation.
NADA Launches Nationwide Initiative
The National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) launched a new initiative designed to promote the benefits of local new car and truck dealerships for consumers, local communities and manufacturers alike.
NADA Praises Lott for Introducing Bill to Reduce Title Fraud and Keep Unsafe Vehicles Off the Road
WASHINGTON  (Feb. 13, 2007)—A long time advocate for protecting consumers from unknowingly purchasing salvage vehicles, Mississippi Senator Trent Lott (R-Miss.) introduced a bill, S. 545, this week to ensure that the VINs of wrecked, flooded, or stolen vehicles are made publicly available before the cars are resold.
NADA Urges GM to Treat Dealers Fairly and Equitably
The following are statements from John McEleney, chairman of the National Automobile Dealers Association, on General Motors' plan to reduce its dealer network and phase out of its Pontiac division:
NADA Urges Senate to Make Insurance Data on Flooded, Totaled, Stolen Vehicles Available to Consumers
The National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) called on the Senate today to bring more transparency to the used-car buying process by requiring insurance companies to provide consumers access to data on severely damaged, stolen and flooded vehicles.
NADA, AIADA Issue Joint Policy Statement on Data Accessibility
NADA and the American International Automobile Dealers Association (AIADA) issued an important policy statement designed to guide the use and protection of data in dealership management systems.