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Jul 06, 2004
The National Automobile Dealers Charitable Foundation (NADCF) and NJ CAR recently presented the Lawrenceville School with three adult, three Junior, and four Baby CPR training manikins, as well as two AED Training Systems. The donation will allow the school to expand its CPR training for both staff and...
Jun 22, 2004
Don't forget that New Jersey's law regarding cell phone use while driving goes into affect as of July 1, 2004.As of that date, drivers can no longer talk on a hand-held wireless telephone while driving in New Jersey.Hands-free wireless telephones are allowed under the new law. Reporting...
Jun 22, 2004
Nearly 100 participants traveled to The Marriott Courtyard in Cranbury, NJ to learn how to better utilize the Internet as a tool for educating consumers, generating leads and even selling vehicles before someone has set foot in a showroom. The full-day seminar, entitled "Unlock Your Internet Profit Center,"...
Jun 22, 2004
Neither rain, nor sleet, nor gloom of night will keep GM's fuel cell minivan from its appointed rounds.At least that's what the car manufacturer is hoping as it announced its first commercial application of fuel cell technology—a GM minivan that is being leased to the U.S. Postal Service...
Jun 22, 2004
AutoTrader.com recently announced it will host its 3rd Annual Charity Golf Tournament at the Battleground Country Club in Manalapan, NJ on Thursday, August 5, 2004.Proceeds of the tournament will benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association.Registration for the tournament is $150. Your dealership can also sponsor a hole for $300....
Jun 22, 2004
NJ CAR has recently been made aware of yet another internet service-related scam, detailed below. A Simi Valley, California-based company called Depot System has sent $149.95 invoices to several dealers for a "Web Site" and encourages them to "pay upon receipt for continued service."The invoice is addressed...
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