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Detroit Electric Car to Return After 100 Years

JINHUA, CHINA and SANTA ROSA, CA – U.S. electric car pioneer ZAP and China Youngman Automotive Group are reviving the 100-year-old electric car brand Detroit Electric for their automotive joint venture.

Ed Bobit: Is NADA an Enigma?

The National Automobile Dealer Assn. (NADA) has been about as predictable as your mother-in law: they never change their stripes. Year after year you can bet the farm on what they support and what they oppose; and they do it well with millions of dollars and real political clout.

Ed Bobit's Publishers Page

I can only share with you that it is very possible history may mark the 1990 NADA Convention as a turning point in the manner that fleets purchase their vehicles.

Ed Bobit's Publisher's Page

In a recent release from NADA News, the association reports that their latest Dealer Attitude Survey shows that dealers are less optimistic about the future of the retail automobile industry.

Editor's Page

Since I've successfully tagged Pop with an award and have a full file on recent events, it might be well for me to consider giving out some other awards.

D.C. Dialogue: The Industry vs. The IRS

February 10, 1983 may go down as one of the most important days in the history of the fleet industry: on that day, 15 gentlemen representing the concerns of automotive lessors, manufacturers, and dealers spoke in Washington against the proposed IRS regulation regarding terminal rental adjustment clauses.

NADA Applauds DOT Action to Implement Odometer Law

"New car dealers sponsored a tough odometer law in the last Congress and we are delighted the Transportation Department is moving swiftly to put the law into effect," NADA president Charles J. Whittey declared.

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