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"The NFDA encourage consumers to talk to their local franchised retailer to find out how the increase will affect them and ensure that they can purchase the car that best suits their driving needs."
At the beginning of the 20th century, the NFDA lobbied state legislatures to require all funeral homes to have embalming preparation rooms and all funeral directors be trained to use them.
Kia Motors Corporation (KSE: 000270), a South Korea-based automaker, has received fourth overall ranking in a NFDA dealer attitude survey.
Sue Robinson, director of NFDA said: "The average car is a potentially lethal weapon if poorly maintained - making this a real issue of public safety.
In 1996, 21.8 percent of Americans chose cremation at death, according to the NFDA. In 2010 that number was 42 percent.
Some independent observers might think that the Commission is being conservative and cautious, but some UK dealer associations, such as the National Franchised Dealers Association (NFDA) and the Scottish Motor Trade Association (SMTA) do not support the idea.
A 2003 study by the National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA) found that a properly installed septic system can reduce formaldehyde levels to a safe level in facilities not connected to a sewer system (Green, 2003).
The Director, the official publication of the National Funeral Directors Association (NFDA), featured in its September 2001 issue the burgeoning trend of preplanning funeral arrangements.
NFDA director Sue Robinson, says: "The new plate will give a boost to sales in what is expected to be a tougher trading year for the industry.
The NFDA says it expects 442,000 new vehicles will be sold or collected by their owners during March.
Sue Robinson, NFDA director, says: "Dealers will routinely hold customer bank and credit card details and it is important that this information is protected.