The FTC is on the road in Florida looking at used car guides and several stores have been cited. The federal Used Car Rule requires dealers to display on each used car offered for sale a window sticker, called a “Buyers Guide,”...Read More
Category: Special Alerts
HB 7055 passed in the 2017 Legislative Session, and with it Floridians will be able to make contributions to the Hope Scholarship Fund enabling children who are facing any form of bullying to apply for a grant of up to $7,100 to...Read More
NADA President Peter Welch led off a full day of testimony before Department of Commerce and Defense officials by announcing a brand-new NADA-commissioned study of how consumers and dealers would be adversely impacted if the Administration were to impose new tariffs or quotas on imported automobiles and automobile parts.Read More
FADA has been made aware that auto theft is reaching a near epidemic stage at dealerships around the state. Afterhours, thieves are boldly breaking lockboxes to access keys. During hours, thieves are posing as customers and...Read More
Special Alert regarding a check fraud scam that has impacted a couple dealerships in North Florida this week:
We have been alerted that an old scam is making its rounds again in Florida…Read More
Judge Blocks Obama Rule Extending Overtime Pay to 4.2 Million U.S. Workers A federal judge on Tuesday blocked an Obama administration rule to extend mandatory overtime pay to more than 4 million salaried workers from taking...Read More
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- Dealers Be Aware: Auto Theft Epidemic Heightens Statewide
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