CalRVDA Helps Save State's New Motor Vehicle Board
The California RV
Dealers Association (CalRVDA) testified this week against a bill that
would have put a "sunset date" on the state's New Motor Vehicle Board,
which would have effectively abolished the board.
legislators over the past two weeks and testimony by the California
New Car Dealers Association, the state's motorcycle dealers association
and CalRVDA, the bill was denied passage by the Assembly Business,
Professions and Consumer Protection Policy Committee.
CalRVDA was the
driving force behind placing the RV industry (dealers and manufacturers)
into the state board's jurisdiction. RV dealers wanted to have their disputes with manufacturers
adjudicated at an in-state forum and by knowledgeable staff and law
judges instead of hiring attorneys and pursuing their claims in various
superior courts throughout California.
"CalRVDA's mission is
to represent, enhance, and protect RV dealerships and maintaining a
visible presence in the Capitol is a significant part of enabling us to
achieve that mission," said CalRVDA Executive Director Skip