DETROIT – Auto makers should consult with dealers more often and earlier when major decisions and policy changes are in the works, the chairman of the National Automobile Dealers Assn. says here. NADA Chairman H. Carter Myers III, a Richmond, VA dealer, says that too often such decisions "are sprung on dealers without warning." That’s unfair because dealers have vested interests in what manufacturers do and how they do it, Myers says. H. Carter Myers III He adds it would ...

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