Sales and F&I
Who buys cars? Well, everyone does – including, as it turns out, Millennials. Check out the latest news about Millennial buying habits, featuring Dealertrack data insights.
On paper, it sounds amazing: Place a handful of beacons – those tiny gadgets that talk to your smartphone – around your dealership, and create a content-rich connection point between the shopper, the car -- and the sales workflow. Possible reality -- or just science fiction?
In order to maintain compliance, dealership management must be prepared and proactive, with comprehensive training and real-time monitoring.
Thanks to all that Labor Day consumer traffic coming into the showroom to buy cars, it’s a very good time to focus on your F&I product sales in terms of presentation, engagement and compliance.
F&I and Showroom walks readers through the process of aftermarket sales at Bernie Moreno Companies, a group of 15 dealerships that use eMenu for iPad® within an organic and consultative sales experience.
Designed to prevent your dealership from becoming a victim of identity fraud, the “Red Flags Rule” requires your dealership to develop and implement a program to detect, prevent, and mitigate identity theft.
With so much to contend with, it’s easy for dealers to feel frustrated about compliance. And while enlisting the help of qualified legal counsel is the best approach, there are a number of proactive and important steps dealers should take to protect deals -- and defend their dealership.
If there was a theme to Digital Dealer 21, it was of exploration – of defining and discovering how technology makes business better for dealerships, and techniques managers should use to leverage the advantage of digital solutions.
Few things go together as nicely as digital retailing and the Digital Dealer Conference, because there are few solutions as practical or effective as digital retailing when it comes to connecting the online and in-store buyer's journey.
Few things better represent the convergence of technology and automotive better than autonomous cars. Here's a quick look at the before and after of self-driving cars, from DARPA to today.