New Jersey Coalition of Automotive Retailers
NJ CAR advocates on behalf of New Jersey’s neighborhood new car and truck business owners in and promotes the highest industry standards to best serve New Jersey consumers.
Mar 21, 2023 | Latest News | 1 min, 35 secs
NJ CAR Hosts Webinar On Safeguards Rule Compliance
While some aspects of the Safeguards Rule have been delayed until June 9, 2023, that doesn't mean dealers should see this as a reason to push off their compliance efforts. Through its recent actions, the FTC continues...
Mar 06, 2023 | Latest News | 1 min, 19 secs
The FTC recently took enforcement action against GoodRx, resulting in a $1.5 million civil penalty settlement for failing to report its unauthorized disclosure of consumer health data to Facebook, Google, and other companies. For businesses that regularly...
Feb 06, 2023 | Latest News | 1 min, 24 secs
OSHA Injury and Illness Electronic Reporting Deadline Is March 2, 2023
Dealerships required to electronically file 2022 employee workplace injury and illness records with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration must do so by March 2, 2023. Dealerships required to post and electronically file Form 300A (or state equivalent) include: Commercial truck...
Feb 06, 2023 | Latest News | 1 min, 50 secs
IRS Clarifies Which New Vehicles Qualify for the Electric Vehicle Tax Credit
The Internal Revenue Service has revised how it classifies vehicles potentially eligible for a Section 30D Clean Vehicle Credit. As a result, more new battery electric (BEV), plug-in hybrid electric (PHEV), and fuel cell electric vehicle (FCEV)...
Jan 18, 2023 | Latest News | 45 secs
NJ CAR Hosts Webinar On The Importance of Scanning Documents In Today’s Environment
NJ CAR hosted a webinar with Rick Manista, President and CEO, and Michael Dachille, Managing Director of AutoTrieve to discuss what the FTC Safeguard Rules say about encryption. Rick and Michael also discussed best practices for preventing...
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Mar 27, 2023 | Dealer Headlines | Retail
Toyota says $50,000-plus average new-car prices coming this year
Top Toyota Motor North America executives said new-vehicle prices will likely continue to rise, while supply constraints will ease in 2023 as excess demand that was previously sidelined keeps...