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May 2009, F&I and Showroom - Cover Story

Downturn Opens Door for Technology

By Gregory Arroyo

Despite the prospect of losing dealer customers, software makers see a silver lining in today’s economic downturn. In fact, some providers believe the recession will be the vehicle to the industry’s digital future.

Tags: ADP Dealer Services, Chrysler Financial Services, dealership management system, Dealertrack, inventory, NADA, RouteOne, technology

March 2009, F&I and Showroom - Cover Story

Future Hinges on Credit Availability

By Gregory Arroyo

Dealers and industry executives address questions about the future of the auto industry and the U.S. economy at the 2009 NADA Convention and Expo.

Tags: banks, BB&T, Chase, Chrysler Financial Services, CUDL, dealer, Dealertrack, GMAC Financial Services, JP Morgan, NADA, PNC, SunTrust

November 2008, F&I and Showroom - Feature

Our New Reality

By Gregory Arroyo

I was asked at the magazine’s September F&I Conference and Expo when I thought this mess we’re in would turn around. My response was, “Ask me again this time next year.”

Tags: AmeriCredit, Chrysler Financial Services, CNW, Editorial Page, Experian, F&I Conference & Expo, Ford Credit, GMAC Financial Services, NADA, Nomis Solutions

September 2008, F&I and Showroom - Feature

Be Careful What You Ask For

By Gregory Arroyo

Nothing could describe the month of July better than a headline I read in CNW Market Research’s July 16 newsletter. It read: “Time to Panic: Industry Pushes Into Auto DefCon4.” I wonder what the headline would have read if the newsletter was released nine days later.

Tags: Chrysler Financial Services, CNW, Editorial Page, GMAC Financial Services, HSBC, NADA, NAF Association

July 2004, F&I and Showroom - Feature

Dealer Reserve: Making Cents of the Controversy

By Joan Shim

The media, attorneys and consumer advocates are waging war on finance reserve. Arm your dealership to weather the battle unscathed.

Tags: Aftermarket Products, captive finance, Chrysler Financial Services, Ford Credit, General Motors, interest rates, Nissan

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So Here's the Deal

Ronald J. Reahard
Help! My Dealership Is Packing Payments

By Ronald J. Reahard
Top trainer comes to the rescue of an F&I manager who fears an antiquated, discredited, and deceptive sales tactic has taken root at his store.

Sharing the Profit

By Ronald J. Reahard
After losing members of his sales team, a dealer asks the magazine’s resident F&I expert for his take on paying salespeople on F&I income.

Menus Don’t Work Miracles

By Ronald J. Reahard

Avoiding the AAA Objection

By Ronald J. Reahard

Done Deal

Gregory Arroyo
Red Flags Alert

By Gregory Arroyo
The editor believes recent regulatory activity should serve as a warning to dealers who haven’t dusted off their Red Flags compliance programs in the years since the rule took effect.

GAP Suffers Another Setback

By Gregory Arroyo
The editor reveals the truth behind an NPR report critical of the industry’s efforts to undo the Military Lending Act guidance that put the brakes on GAP sales.

Car Buyers Need F&I

By Gregory Arroyo

Protecting F&I’s Future

By Gregory Arroyo

Mad Marv

Marv Eleazer
Readers Are Leaders

By Marv Eleazer
Do you know the minimum amount of tread depth a tire must have for a tire-and-wheel claim to be approved? If you don’t, His Madness has a message for you.

Comply Like Nobody’s Watching

By Marv Eleazer
His Madness wants F&I pros to commit to ethical dealings with customers and finance sources because it’s the right thing to do, not just for the very real threat of reprisal.

'We Never Buy This Stuff'

By Marv Eleazer

Stop Painting Dealers With a Broad Brush

By Marv Eleazer

On the Point

Jim Ziegler
Bound to Fail

By Jim Ziegler
Da Man returns with a message to vehicle manufacturers jumping into the subscription waters: It ain’t gonna happen.

Sharpen Your Survival Skills

By Jim Ziegler
‘Da Man’ has a plan you can use to survive the collapse of the car business and remain profitable through the dealer apocalypse.

Sales Rock Stars Still Exist

By Jim Ziegler

The New Stooges

By Jim Ziegler