Policy

International nameplate auto dealers are uniquely impacted by federal legislation and policy, driving AIADA to focus its lobbying efforts on trade, financial, tax, and dealer regulation issues. The association seeks to ensure that the policy makers and legislators hear and understand what their decisions mean to members.

International nameplate auto dealers are uniquely impacted by federal legislation and policy, driving AIADA to focus its lobbying efforts on trade, financial, tax, and dealer regulation issues. The association seeks to ensure that the policy makers and legislators hear and understand what their decisions mean to members.

International Trade

International trade is not only AIADA’s primary legislative priority, it’s also the backbone of America’s international nameplate auto industry. AIADA actively fights against protectionist policies and is dedicated to promoting and preserving free and open markets worldwide.

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Finance & Taxes

International nameplate dealers pay millions of dollars to the federal government each year in the form of taxes. AIADA strives for tax policies—including full repeal of the Estate Tax—that help dealers build their businesses.

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Dealer Regulation

Regulatory agencies wield tremendous power over the automotive retail industry. AIADA works with these agencies to craft practical rules and regulations that promote growth and protect small businesses.

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Coalitions

To help achieve its mission of protecting America’s international nameplate dealer community, AIADA actively develops strategic alliances. These like-minded coalitions and organizations provide strength in numbers and amplify AIADA’s message in Washington, D.C.

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