Credit unions should heed warning signs that auto sales, which have been humming along at a fast pace recently, may slow significantly later this year and in 2017, economist Brian Turner said.

"People just aren't willing to step up and buy a new car every two years," Turner, president of Meridian Economics, a Plano, Texas-based firm, said.

Still, credit unions shouldn't panic, Turner said.

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