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While the automotive fleet and leasing industries seem to be enjoying good health in the midst of the resurging economy, a relapse could be in store if the federal government continues to neglect the mounting budget and trade deficits.

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In 1972, the new Federal Odometer Law caused quite a stir in the fleet market. Some of my personal and business friends scoffed at the legislation and failed to heed the warning of the Federal Trade Commission.

Odometer Disclosure To Take Effect January 1

Beginning January 1, new rules for odometer disclosures will go into ef­fect, replacing a regulation implement­ed on March 1, 1973 that required each transferor of a motor vehicle to provide a statement attesting to the accuracy of the car's odometer.

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.

Odometers: A Help Or a Hindrance?

Repercussions of California's odometer legislation are being felt throughout the country. Because of this law, and all that the law portends, the automotive industry may be forced to change its long-standing approach in used car selling.

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