What can you do to learn something new every day? Find out in this Tip of the Week with Brown & Brown Dealer Services' John Tabar.
A Trump-era USMCA interpretation could subject used vehicles shipped to the U.S. to import fees.
Used wholesale and retail prices are starting to stabilize in July (although at a remarkably high plateau), but new car sales are still on a rollercoaster as the chip shortage is finally showing up in the new sales numbers.
AutoNation predicts demand for new vehicles will continue into next year, as low-interest rates and robust demand helped the retailer boost quarterly earnings estimates.
Lease credit approvals reached 67.6% in June; down slightly from 69.9% in May.
Completed surveys enter the voter into a drawing for one of two $200 Amazon eGiftCards.
CULA posted its 9th consecutive record month, with more leases processed in May and June than in any other months in its history.
Key findings show increased optimism, revenues and customer counts, and a decrease in the negative effects of COVID.