Too big to scan and I couldn't find a link so here is the full page ad in this morning's LA Times 10 REASONS TO BUY A CAR FROM A DEALER 1. Expert advice Dealers can provide a wealth of expert advice to help you determine which vehicle best suits your need and budget. 2. One-stop shop Typically, dealers have a variety of vehicles to choose from, new and used, at a wide range of prices. Most dealers also have experts on staff to assist with financing, vehicle protection plans and accessory options. 3. Code of ethics Dealerships adhere to a strict code of ethics and many are members of organizations such as the National Automobile Dealers Association. 4. Greater convenience Dealers offer a wide selection of vehicles,, financing options, fully-equipped service departments and expert advice - all in one place. 5. After-sales service Nearly every dealership has a staff of certified car service professionals to help you maintain your vehicle and repair any damage that may occur. Plus, many dealers offer service discounts and specials to customers that have purchased their cars from them. 6. Vehicle trade-ins Almost every dealer will take your trade-in vehicle, no matter what its current value is. Even if you still owe money on your car, the dealer can make the finance process pricee and simple - without an expensive "bridge" loan. And contrary to popular belief, dealers will pant top market value for vehicles in good condition. 7. Vehicle warranty The majority of dealerships attach warranties on all cars less than 10 years old and less than 100,000 miles. Many dealers also offer extended warranties for up to five years. 8. Guaranteed title When you purchase a vehicle from a licensed dealer, you're guaranteed the title to that vehicle. Any money the previous owner still owes on the vehicle is covered by the dealer -- not you. 9. Used vehicle inspections Dealers subject used vehicles to strenuous inspections before selling them to the public to ensure the highest quality control for every car on their lot. The last thing a dealer wants is the reputation for selling "lemons". 10. Community involvement Many dealerships have been active in their communities for years and have sponsored local businesses, hospitals, athletics and more. DON'T LEAVE YOUR NEXT VEHICLE PURCHASE TO CHANCE. VISIT YOUR LOCAL DEALER TODAY (down in left hand corner it says "Produced by the Los Angeles Times Advertising Department) So maybe this isn't from NADA but rather the Times. After all, they must realize a great deal of their profit from dealer advertisement. I just thought this ad was a good laugh.