SAN FRANCISCO – The franchised dealership system is strong, prosperous and getting along much better with auto makers these days, says H. Carter Myers III, the outgoing chairman of the National Automobile Dealers Assn. "We all know that improving dealer-manufacturer relations is an ongoing challenge," he tells NADA members at the association’s annual convention here. "There were and will still be challenges that affect the franchise system and its dealers." H. Carter Myers III ...
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