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June 2018 Newsletter
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When Their Cars Get Recalled, Uber and Lyft Choose Not to Know

Colorado Governor Signs “Warranty Reimbursement at Retail Bill” into Law
Colorado's SB 18-219 requires OEMs to provide fair compensation to its dealerships

The smile on Tim Jackson's face said it all - the hard work on behalf of Colorado's franchised dealerships has paid off for the CADA president.  For some, the governor's signing marks the end of a long legal battle over warranty and recall reimbursement.  For dealerships in the state of Colorado, the real work begins now in a scramble to be ready by October 1, 2018, when new reimbursement guidelines take effect.  Jackson and the CADA team have organized a series of presentations for dealership members to help dealers obtain these higher warranty and recall reimbursement rates. For more information these events, visit the CADA website at or download the flyer below.

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When Batman Decides a Recall Isn’t Enough

When Batman Decides a Recall Isn’t Enough
A Blog Post from Christopher Miller

In 2014, due to safety concerns, Toyota issued a recall notice for a power inverter on its popular Toyota Prius. Nothing abnormal. But for the fact that, even after the recall was fixed, customers continued coming in with issues – hundreds of them – and that’s when Roger Hogan’s dealership decided enough was enough. According to an article on, he chose to voluntarily discontinue selling these models which resulted in an...

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