Sen. Juan Vargas (D-San Diego) introduced legislation on Monday to fix a new law that will require dealers to provide consumers with vehicle history reports starting on July 1.
Total light vehicle sales paced at a 14.37 million annual rate in March, with unit sales jumping 12.7 percent to 1.4 million from the year-ago period, according to Autodata Corp.
Federal customs agents seized 20 high-end stolen vehicles at the Los Angeles/Long Beach Seaport. Bound for Asia, the vehicles were leased by several dealerships to smugglers using false identifies.
While sales of new light vehicles in the United States continued at a brisk pace in March, the types of vehicles being purchased, as well as the types of buyers and the average transaction price are rapidly changing, according J.D. Power and Associates reported this week.
The Reynolds and Reynolds Co. will offer a complimentary webinar for dealerships using its Contact Management tool.