The Federation of Automobile
Dealers Associations (FADA) is an apex national body representing
Automobile Dealers of India.
Federation of Automobile Dealers Associations (FADA)
The Federation of Automobile Dealers Associations (FADA) is the major national body representing Automobile Dealers of India. In 1964, FADA was founded by four regional Auto Trade Associations, namely, The Automobile Dealers Association of Maharashtra (Mumbai), The Motor Industries Association (Kolkata), The Automobile Traders Association (Delhi), and Motor Vehicles & Allied Industries Association (Chennai), to protect and promote the Indian retail automobile market.
FADA became a registered body under the Companies Act 1956. FADA has as its members — dealers of passenger cars, commercial vehicles and two/three wheelers — which deal in sales, servicing of vehicles and sale of spare parts. Apart from automobile dealers, FADA has representatives of vehicle manufacturers, tyre manufacturers, insurance and finance sectors and other allied industries and trade, as supporting members.
Objectives of FADA
- To develop a progressive mindset to face the threats and challenges in the auto business.
- To work towards boosting dealership profit and improve management skills professionally.
- To develop training and consulting services which benefit the dealers for healthy growth.
- To meet customer needs in a knowledgeable and professional manner.
- To increase public awareness of improved customer satisfaction.
- To become a forceful advocate of dealers’ interests to the State and Central Governments, Industry and the Media.
- To address issues of national concern, such as pollution from automobiles, road safety, traffic congestion, taxation policies, etc. related to auto dealers, from a common platform.
- To develop and maintain an atmosphere of trust between dealers and principals to usher in a new culture of collaboration.
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