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Dealer Education in the form of bi-weekly Webinars together with periodic seminars covering such topics as: environmental issues, DMV Compliance, Wage-Hour, Sales Tax, Advertising Regulations, Manufacturer/Dealer Issues and much more, For information on our latest webinars, call Peter Marthy at 518-463-1148 ext. 206
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The Group Insurance Trust offers members a variety of insurance plans including medical, dental, disability, life as well as Long Term Care, Medical Bridge, Critical Illness and Cancer coverage. For more information please contact Jeff Scardino at 518-463-1148 ext.321, or jeff@nysada.com.
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SNYADS Insurance Agency
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Safety Group 430 has been benefiting dealers for over 60 years as the largest, competitively priced and most effective workers' compensation program for franchised new car and truck dealers in New York State. Call Jeff Scardino for more information 518-463-1148 ext. 321
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CONVENTION COMMITTEE ANNOUNCES 2014 EVENT SPEAKERS
CONVENTION COMMITTEE ANNOUNCES 2014 EVENT SPEAKERS
This year the New York State Automobile Dealers Association is celebrating their 91st Annual Convention and Business Meeting at Universal Studios Orlando. Join your fellow dealers November 19th throu...

Commentary: Urge Congress to Rescind Flawed CFPB ‘Guidance’ on Auto Finance
Commentary: Urge Congress to Rescind Flawed CFPB ‘Guidance’ on Auto Finance
By Forrest McConnell / NADA Chairman A new bipartisan bill, which would nullify the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s flawed ‘guidance’ on indirect auto lending, has gained a lot of support in C...

DMV Hosts Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Meeting
DMV Hosts Zero Emission Vehicle (ZEV) Meeting
On Monday, September 15, at a meeting hosted by the NYS Department of Motor Vehicles, NYSADA, together with the State’s regional dealer associations, was briefed by representatives of the NYS Departm...

NYSADA and the DCA Meet Again to Discuss Possible Framework for Agreement on Safety Recall Issue
NYSADA and the DCA Meet Again to Discuss Possible Framework for Agreement on Safety Recall Issue
NYSADA and The New York City Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) met again to discuss a possible frame work for an agreement on the sale of used vehicles with open safety recalls. As reported in the...

NEXTGEN Dealer Alert
NEXTGEN Dealer Alert
The New York State Auto Dealers Association is pleased to announce the creation of our NEXTGEN Dealers Initiative. The NYSADA NEXTGEN initiative has been created to cultivate and help prepare the nex...

Dues Invoices Mailed
Dues Invoices Mailed
While dues invoices for the Association year beginning September 1, 2014 have only been in members’ hands for a short period of time, the response has been overwhelming. A clear measurement of NYSADA...

NYSADA Director Elections Now Taking Place
NYSADA Director Elections Now Taking Place
In compliance with NYSADA’s by-laws: nomination forms have been received, permission to run verifications are in process and election ballots will be mailed to members in affected districts the secon...

Spend less time managing your process and more time growing your business with Dealertrack.
Spend less time managing your process and more time growing your business with Dealertrack.
T he NY-OLRS® is a user-friendly, intuitive application that helps you to automate your manual workflow and process transactions more efficiently. Reduce repetitive data entry and improve accuracy wi...

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Historic Win for Dealers! ALJ Says No To GM's Retail Sales Index 

In a Historic win for franchised dealers in New York State a DMV Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) has decided that GM’s Retail Sales Index (RSI) was unreasonable as it does not realistically reflect the Chevrolet sales challenges that a New York Metro area Chevrolet dealer and other New York City area dealers face. The ALJ also noted that GM was not applying the RSI uniformly to all dealers in New York and thus GM lacks due cause to terminate the franchise.

GM served a Notice of Termination on the New York Metro Area Chevrolet dealer for failing to meet the agreed upon sales performance requirements. A six day hearing took place at the DMV’s Yonkers office. During this hearing the Chevrolet dealer was able to show that in 2012 there were 15 other GM dealers in New York that had RSI’s that were below or equal to this Chevrolet dealer and none of them had received termination notices. In 2013 there were 22 GM dealers that had lower RSI’s than the dealer in question and none of them in the NYC Metro area faced termination. The Chevrolet dealer argued that their RSI should be based upon the NYC Metro area GM dealers and not a state wide average. This position was supported by a letter sent by NYSADA to GM in July 2013 which was introduced as evidence on behalf of the dealer. The dealer was also able to show that their sales have almost doubled from 2009 to 2014 and yet their RSI only increased from 40.4 to 50.2 based on statewide RSI. The dealer was also able to show they were not the worst performing dealer by sales in NYC Metro area and their CSI of 92.6 was well above many other GM dealers. Therefore, the ALJ found that GM lacked Due Cause to terminate the Chevrolet dealer’s franchise based on RSI.

NYSADA would like to note that the victorious Chevrolet dealer was able to use the Administrative Hearing Process which took effect in 2008 for their victory!

The Administrative Hearing Process was the brain child of past NYSADA Chairman Jim Farley, who recently passed away. This is part of Jim’s legacy and no one would be happier than him about this dealer victory.

The Administrative Hearing Process creates a less expensive and faster system in adjudicating franchisee/franchisor disputes giving the dealers an option besides litigation. It allows dealers to enforce the franchise law in an administrative hearing. A franchise dealer can file a complaint directly with the DMV and if there is no settlement the case is heard by a DMV Administrative Law Judge. The DMV Commissioner then issues the final order. The DMV Commissioner also has the ability to fine a party for not following the final order. This fine can be enforced through a civil action. Both parties have the right to appeal.

NYSADA would also like to announce that we have just received a rough draft from the Anderson Group on our long awaited Sales Effectiveness and Market Conditions survey. NYSADA commissioned this survey in the hopes of being able to help dealers that are having problems with their manufacturer using state wide sales averages and threatening termination. This survey will soon be available for member dealers and when put together with this recent decision greatly strengthens franchised dealers position with their manufacturer when it comes to issues involving sales effectiveness.

NYSADA Request Member Suggestions for Informational Webinars/Seminars

NYSADA Education Committee Chairman, John McClurg, has asked that we reach out to the membership and ask for recommendations regarding webinar and/or seminar topics that you would find interesting and helpful. Potential topics can run the gamut from State/Federal regulatory compliance issues to business/industry relates subjects.

If you have a suggestion for a webinar and/or seminar either call or email Peter Marthy at 518-463-1148 (ext. 206) or peterm@nysada.com.

 

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Join us November 19th – 23rd for our 91st Annual Convention and Business Meeting at the Loews Portofino Bay Hotel, featuring an Exclusive Welcome Party in The Wizarding World of Harry PotterTM – HogsmeadeTM at Universal Orlando® Resort. For more information, please call Jennifer Davis at 518-463-1148 ext. 326 or click here.

 

Sat, 01 Nov 2014 05:01:00 -0400

Jaguar Land Rover dealers struggling because of acute shortages of key products likely will see relief toward the end of the year and in early 2015.

Sat, 01 Nov 2014 05:01:00 -0400

General Motors has launched a cutting-edge digital marketing tool to reach customers on Facebook and other popular websites. It assigned one of its top marketing executives to the effort.

Sat, 01 Nov 2014 05:01:00 -0400

BMW is among a group of carmakers investing in Brazil as a growing middle class fuels a surge in car sales, but high costs, poor infrastructure and few trade agreements mean Brazil can't compete with rival Mexico.

Sat, 01 Nov 2014 02:33:43 -0400

U.S. auto safety officials on Friday told Takata to work harder to meet demand for replacement parts for airbags that could prove defective in millions of U.S. cars.

Fri, 31 Oct 2014 21:02:57 -0400

Joseph Herman, COO of dealership group Kuni Automotive and a 40-year veteran of the auto retailing industry, died the morning of Oct. 29 after a year-long battle with pancreatic cancer.

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