The National Automobile Dealers Association has political muscle, and it wasn’t afraid to use it to obtain the highly sought-after auto dealer exemption from Consumer Financial Protection Bureau oversight. NADA spokesman Bailey Woods told Automotive News that House and Senate committees made the right decision, as the CFPB would make dealer financing for auto loans Read on! →

A trade group for auto dealers has voiced opposition to the government’s fuel standards initiative. The Obama administration has set a dauntingly high bar for fuel consumption standards. Currently, the goal is for all automakers to average 60 miles per gallon for their entire fleets by 2025. That goal for fuel consumption has been decried Read on! →

Buying a flood-damaged automobile is an extreme risk, which makes knowing how to spot flood damage a valuable skill. Considering how many flood-damaged cars have hit the market in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, it pays for consumers to know how to protect themselves against polished, shiny vehicles hiding a proverbial ticking time bomb under Read on! →