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Welcome note from Sue RobinsonBack

SueRobinson2Dear Colleague

This coming month we are holding our regular quarterly NFDA regional dealer forums. These meetings are an excellent opportunity for you to meet with your franchised dealer colleagues from around the regions, discuss topical issues about the industry and hear first hand the work that the NFDA is doing on your behalf. Further details of dates and venues are featured in this week’s news.

Following the recent news from the European commission warning manufacturers that they will legislation on unfair practices if no industry solution is forthcoming, we are currently in the process of arranging meetings with key officials at the Commission in order to obtain a further update and ensure our lobbying is continued on behalf of the dealers.

This week’s news includes an important reminder of what dealers need to do in respect of road testing vehicles once the abolition of the tax disc comes into force in October. If you are unsure of how this will impact you or need advice and guidance please contact stephenlatham@rmif.co.uk Also featured this week are the latest vehicle safety recalls from the DVSA.

A reminder to members that the NFDA Compliance Support service is also here to guide you through the transfer of consumer credit from the OFT to the FCA. We have specialist expertise in this area so if you are unsure of what you need to do to comply please do contact us. We are always happy to hear from our members on any issue whether it be dealer/manufacturer relationships, legal advice you may require or general day-to-day business issues. If you need our help please call the NFDA dedicated helpline on 01788 538303.

Sue Robinson, Director

Posted by Sue Robinson on 30/05/2014