We track VINs from the public websites of every new car dealership in America and package the data into easy to read reports that can be emailed to your inbox daily. Create a free account with us today.
Daily Email Reports
Click through to create an account and sign up for free and paid reports that you can have sent directly to your email inbox on a daily basis.
Frequently Asked Questions
I signed up, how come I'm not getting a daily email?
You may not be receiving your daily email because you need to whitelist email coming from Dealer Trade Network. The most common way to whitelist an email address is by adding it to the address book, whitelist, or safe list in your email client.
When are your reports updated?
We aim to update our free and paid reports by 10am Eastern Time, daily.
Can i access reports online?
Yes. In order to begin receiving reports via email, you must create an account and login on the Dealer Trade Network website. Every morning, an updated report is sent to you via email, and updated in your Account page on the Dealer Trade Network website.
You can access your account at any time by clicking on the “Account” button, located in the top right corner of every page on the Dealer Trade Network website. Then simply click the link to your report and download it to your computer.
How Can I Update My Account Information?
First, log in to your account by clicking the “Account” button in the top right corner of every page on the Dealer Trade Network website. After you have logged in, you may update your email address, billing address, and password associated with your account.
How do you source the data for your reports?
We receive the VINs from every new car dealership’s website on a nightly basis and track when new cars are traded between new car dealers and sold to consumers. We use this information to catalog the national inventory level of every vehicle, and to calculate our Sold per Day and National Days Supply metrics.
How do you calculate National Days Supply?
The National Days Supply of a new Year, Make, and Model vehicle is equal to the current national inventory of that vehicle divided by the number of vehicles sold per day.
For example, if there are 100 Ford F-150 Raptors available on the ground at dealerships across the country and they are being sold at a rate of 10 per day, then the National Days Supply is 10. Said differently, there would be a 10 day supply of Ford F-150 Raptors in this scenario.