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Maryland Passes New Dealer Law

Maryland Passes New Dealer Law Featured

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan signed into law a bill, known as House Bill 1120, that will help preserve the rights of auto dealerships throughout the state when dealing with auto manufacturers.

The new law provides that key performance metrics for new motor vehicle dealers must consider local demographic and geographic limitations, among other fairness requirements. This new law redefines the often-contested issue of primary market area analysis and changes the standards for measuring and comparing dealer performance.

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