(Dodge County) Vehicle sales in the region last year were down when compared to 2018. According to statistics released by the Waterloo-based industry tracking firm Reg-Trak, Dodge County had just over 35-hundred vehicle sales in 2019, down four-percent from the previous year. Car sales in Dodge County were down just under ten-percent to 508 while truck sales were down three-percent to just over three-thousand. In Columbia County, 26-hundred vehicles rolled off dealer lots through the end of the December, a decrease of nearly two-percent from the 27-hundred sold in the previous 12-month cycle. Car sales in Columbia County were down 13-percent to 377 while truck sales were up a half-percent to over 22-hundred. Jefferson County vehicle sales were above 28-hundred, an increase of six-percent over the two-year period. Car sales in Jefferson County were down 15-percent to just under 500 while truck sales were up 12-percent to around 23-hundred. In the nine-county south central Wisconsin region as a whole, there were nearly 47-thousand vehicle sales last year, for a slight increase of point-one-two-percent. Car sales were down 14-percent to 94-hundred while truck sales were up four-and-a-half-percent to 37-thousand.