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The CFPB’s Spirit Lives On

Attorney Eric Johnson fields questions about the state of the CFPB, the now fully staffed FTC, and the aggressive stance of state attorneys general. He also offers a critical update on the Military Lending Act.

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Special Report: Unwinding the CFPB

F&I tracks the rise and fall of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s aggressive but ultimately futile five-year assault on dealer participation.

NADA Seeks Clarity Through Upheaval

NADA Chairman Wes Lutz laid out the association's priorities and touched on a number of pressing topics at the American Financial Services Association (AFSA)’s 2018 Vehicle Finance Conference.

A War on Many Fronts

NADA chairman and Michigan dealer Wes Lutz takes the association’s helm during a time of transition and conflict at the factory, retail and legislative levels.

Military Lending Act Guidance: The Gift That Keeps On Giving

Thanks could be in order when the industry gets together for NADA 2018, as the editor hears that a resolution to the Military Lending Act controversy isn’t far off.

UPDATED: Core F&I Product Could Put Some Auto Finance Deals Under Military Lending Act’s Requirements

Based on an interpretive rule issued by the Defense Department on Dec. 14, including credit-protection products like GAP in a servicemember’s vehicle finance contract could subject it to a slew of restrictions and requirements under the Military Lending Act (MLA).

GM: Dealers Must Disclose Non-GM Parts, Service Contracts

General Motors dealers who sell non-GM service contracts, parts and accessories must now disclose to their customers that the products are not backed by the automaker. Dealers who don’t comply face possible termination of their franchise agreement.

NADA: New-Car Dealerships Employ Record Numbers in 2016

According to the trade group’s NADA Data 2016 report, dealership employees had one of the highest average salaries of any industry.

Who Shot the Dealer?

‘Da Man’ draws parallels between the Kennedy assassination and the ongoing campaign to undermine the existence of American car dealers.

Rapid Recon Salutes 100 Years of NADA and Vehicle Reconditioning

By the time the NADA was founded in 1917, the sufficiency of units in operation meant a growing opportunity for used-vehicle sales. According to 1917 motor vehicle registrations, as compiled by the U.S. Bureau of Public Roads, nearly five million cars and trucks were registered. And by late 1916, creative rebuilders were putting old cars, now “reconditioned,” back on the road.