Federal regulations have an astounding impact on the ability of dealers to compete and survive. Whether combatting overbearing financial regulations that threaten dealers’ economic viability from the CFPB, addressing new labor rules by the NLRB, or preserving fair arbitration rules for dealers, AIADA is the voice of dealers throughout the federal government.
AIADA opposes federal financial regulatory overreach.
- AIADA has combatted efforts by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) to place additional restraints on dealers, including the restriction of dealer lending discretion. In response to these CFPB efforts, AIADA has worked with the National Automobile Dealers Association to strengthen a dealer’s ability to comply with fair credit laws through the NADA Fair Credit Compliance and Policy Program, and urged accountability for the CFPB.
AIADA supports fair labor policy.
- The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has issued a slew of decisions in recent years aimed at restricting employers’ right to due process. AIADA supports a level playing field for both employers and employees which allows employees to have a full understanding of both sides of the issue before making a unionization decision.
AIADA supports fair arbitration policy.
- AIADA opposes efforts to ban pre-dispute arbitration agreements. Past legislation would have negatively impacted the quick and cost effective resolution of customer disputes with dealers by effectively banning all pre-dispute arbitration agreements in the sale or lease of a motor vehicle. AIADA knows the importance of this issue to the dealers and continues to monitor for similar legislation.
Our Work on Dealer Regulation
The CFPB and Regulatory Overreach
- AIADA’s CFPB Position Paper
- NADA Fair Credit Compliance Policy and Program
- AFSA Indirect Auto Lending Summary by Charles River Associates
- Auto Industry Letter of Support for H.R. 1737
- Auto Coalition Letter to Congress Asking for CFPB Transparency
- AIADA’s NLRB Position Paper
- CDW Letter on Senate Resolution
- CDW Letter on Join Employer Standards
- CDW Letter on the Nomination of Sharon Block
- CDW Letter on H.R. 4320, the Workforce Democracy and Fairness Act, and H.R. 4321, the Employee Privacy Protection Act
- CDW Letter on the 2013 House Appropriations Bill
- CDW Letter on the 2013 Senate Appropriations Bill
- AIADA’s Arbitration Position Paper
- AIADA Letter on Judiciary Subcommittee Markup
- Auto Industry United Against H.R. 5312
- Associations Oppose Anti-Arbitration Legislation
- Letter to Rep. Sanchez opposing H.R. 5312
- Associations Support Use of Arbitration