National Independent Automobile Dealers Association
Serving Quality Independent Automobile Dealers Since 1946

Your state Independent Automobile Dealers Association is here to assist you with any dealer questions or concerns which you may have.

Dealer bond & licensing requirements may vary from state to state, between types of dealerships and even length of time in business.

The auto auctions participating in this paid Auto Auction Listing are supporters and in many cases members of NIADA. They provide a valuable marketplace to balance inventories and to keep abreast of the car market.

NIADA.TVNIADA.TV is your 24-HOUR AUTOMOTIVE DEALER TELEVISION NETWORK, the industry's FREE premium source for informative seminars, training, events, and original programming.

Find the products & services you need with the NIADA Ultimate Vendor Guide! All in one place. From advertising, starter interrupt systems, floor planning to auto recovery services, lubricants, parts and much more.

For Consumers

NIADA FoundationThe NIADA Foundation is here to inform and educate consumers as well as to train individuals within the used motor vehicle industry.

Report Curbstoning Problems"Curbstoning" is the repeated, unlicensed "flipping" of used cars for profit. Curbstoning is bad for consumers, dealers and communities.

"10 Keys to Buying a Used Car" was designed to help you better evaluate your next used car or used truck purchase.

All 50 states have some form of New Car Lemon Law. Only six (6) states have a Used Car Lemon Law. There are seven other states that have some other type of "minimum standard" for used vehicles.

Fuel Economy

The federal government website that answers many questions about fuel economy. From gas mileage, greenhouse gas emissions, air pollution ratings, safety information, misconceptions and more.

NIADA FoundationThe NIADA Foundation promotes academic growth of youth throughout the United States and awards scholarships annually in June at the National Independent Automobile Dealers Association Convention.

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The responsibilities of the Department of Motor Vehicles may vary vastly from state to state. May be responsible for issuing motor vehicle titles, maintaining vehicle registration information, issuing drivers licenses, enforcing mandatory liability insurance, issuing permits, dealer licenses, and much more.

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The responibilities of the State Attorney General may vary from state to state. The Attorney General serves and protects the rights of all citizens within the state. If you feel that your rights have been violated, you may file a Consumer Complaint with the Office of the Attorney General in most states.

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Contact the automobile manufacturer for warranty information, parts, dealer locations and much more.

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