You Auto Know: March 24, 2017

Has your Member of Congress been to your store(s) in the last two years?

If the answer is NO, sign up TODAY to Host a Dealer Visit. AIADA will do the legwork for you to make the process as simple as possible. Members of Congress will be at home in their districts for two weeks in mid-April and it's not too late to get a Dealer Visit on the schedule. But, time is running short, so don't delay!

You Auto Know: March 17, 2017

Last week more than 200 dealers, representing 38 states, more than 1,300 franchises and 70,000 employees, visited their lawmakers on Capitol Hill to voice their opposition to a border adjustment tax proposal (BAT) at AIADA's Urgent BAT Fly-In. Ready to set the record straight and refute fake news, attendees met with nearly 230 congressional offices and even received media coverage.

You Auto Know: February 24, 2017

This week AIADA reminds dealers that YOU can make a difference in the fight to Stop the Border Adjustment Tax. If you cannot attend the AIADA Fly-In you can still participate. Send a letter today!

You Auto Know: Special Edition: Border Adjustment Tax

The Border Adjustment Tax (BAT) continues to be an issue at the top of Congress’ agenda and we need your help to #StopTheBAT. AIADA is planning a special Capitol Hill Fly-In for dealers on March 8-9 to push back against the BAT. We’re asking you to mark your calendars to attend this important event and meet with your legislators. Now is the time to weigh in on how a tax like this would devastate dealerships, dealer employees, and regular American consumers.

You Auto Know Week in Review: February 3, 2017

Congress has proposed a new 20 percent tax on all goods or services imported into the U.S.; it’s called the Border Adjustment Tax (BAT). It would apply to all autos and auto parts coming across our border into the United States, even from countries with which we have existing trade agreements. No car made in America has 100 percent domestic content. Therefore, this 20 percent import tax will increase the price on ALL new vehicles. This proposal is part of the House Republican Ways and Means “A Better Way” agenda; it is not a plan that President Trump has offered.