What’s at Stake Legally When Selling a Used Car with an Open Recall?
Earlier this summer, U.S. Senators Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) and Edward J. Markey (D-MA) introduced the Used Car Safety Recall Repair Act to ensure used vehicles with unrepaired safety recalls are repaired before being sold, leased or loaned to consumers.
Insurance Companies Make Billions Off Car Dealers Each Year: How Can Dealers Keep That “Food” On Their Own Plates?
When a dealer sells a car, they have to report that sale to the DMV and, in many states, (according to a New York dealer friend of mine), the dealer has only four days to let the state know.
Human Resources: Monitoring Employees While Staying Within Legal Boundries
The digital age has made it possible to monitor nearly every aspect of an employee’s life, from reading email messages to tracking an employee’s physical location.
Dealership Commitment to Hands-Free Driving
Approximately 80 percent of accidents and 16 percent of highway fatalities are caused by distracted drivers (National Highway and Transportation Safety Administration [NHTSA]), and cell phone use is the second largest cause of distracted driving (Safe Start).