Dealers are taking advantage of the ability to speak out about their business and the automotive industry in a new service backed by AM.
Accessible through a link on AM-online is a dealer forum – a secure and confidential discussion and debate facility designed to create a community of ideas sharing through this unique offering to the sector.
Among the opinions posted at www.amdealerforum.com are: “As long as there is overcapacity, the Great God will always be volume… the only thing that will stop over-production is a world war.”
“Let’s have all registrations that haven’t got an end purchaser declared EVERY month –that should open a few eyes. Instead of a few dozen declared pre-registrations each month, as it is now, you’d see hundreds, thousands, even. Then everyone, politicians included, would see what a fiction the new car market is, and maybe something might happen to stop manufacturers force-feeding the market, and address the real issues.”
“I have just recently left a large vehicle manufacturer and spent two years working on the Block Exemption and how to make it difficult for dealers to source products outside their area.”
“I’m finding my feet as an independent and seeing the costs disappear that my
franchise blighted us with.”
AM Dealerforum has a general discussion forum and each franchise has its own forum. Members can only access the forum applicable to the franchise they represent (if they hold more than one franchise they will be able to sign up to each of them). All registered users have access to the general forum.
Have your say at: www.amdealerforum.com