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March 2015, F&I and Showroom - Feature

Ready to Charge

By Gregory Arroyo

Auto finance sources reveal that they, too, are focused on the customer experience, and say they are ready for what’s expected to be another great year for auto sales.

Tags: AFSA, AFSA Vehicle Finance Conference, Ally Financial, Auto Lending, Capital One Auto Finance, Chase Auto Finance, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Department of Justice, Experian Automotive, Finance, J.D. Power and Associates, NADA Convention & Expo, subprime, Wells Fargo, World Omni Financial Corp.

March 2015, F&I and Showroom - Feature

Seismic Shift

By Nicole Munro

The magazine’s resident legal expert offers her take on why state and federal regulators were so active in auto finance at the close of 2014.

Tags: Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Department of Justice, Federal Trade Commission, Hudson Cook LLP, Nikki Munro

March 2014, F&I and Showroom - Cover Story

CFPB Takes Center Stage

By Gregory Arroyo

Strong words at NADA 2014 and the Vehicle Finance Conference indicate that both sides of the rate participation debate are preparing for a long, drawn-out battle.

Tags: AFSA Vehicle Finance Conference, CFPB, Chase Auto Finance, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Department of Justice, discrimination, econtracting, Forrest McConnell, GM Financial, NADA Convention and Expo, National Automobile Dealers Association, Toyota Financial Services, Zurich Financial Services

December 2013, F&I and Showroom - Cover Story

Showdown in D.C.

By Brittany-Marie Swanson

Industry representatives and consumer advocacy groups squared off in Washington, D.C., last month for the CFPB’s first public forum on auto lending. The event revealed the tightrope the bureau is walking between preserving a rebounding market and strengthening consumer protections.

Tags: Brittany-Marie Swanson, CFPB, Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Department of Justice, Federal Trade Commission, pricing discrimination, Randy Henrick, Richard Cordray

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So Here's the Deal

Ronald J. Reahard
Handling the ‘Last Car’ Objection

By Ronald J. Reahard
Older clients who say they are buying their last car need to be protected just as much as a first-time buyer. The magazine’s resident F&I pro explains.

Sold But Not Closed

By Ronald J. Reahard
An F&I manager from Atlanta had a service contract sold to a cash customer — that’s until he went for more. The magazine’s resident F&I pro weighs in.

(Video) Measuring Up

By Ronald J. Reahard

It's OK to Be Nervous

By Ronald J. Reahard

Done Deal

Gregory Arroyo
It Is Unwise to Lower Your Defenses

By Gregory Arroyo
The editor wonders how regulators, including two new mini-CFPBs in Pennsylvania and Maryland, view a consumer advocacy group’s highly critical report on how dealers price F&I protections.

What's Really Behind the Subprime Pullback?

By Gregory Arroyo
One F&I insider says there’s more to the subprime pullback than the recent uptick in delinquencies. He says regulators are the real reason finance sources are so risk-averse.

What’s Your Take?

By Gregory Arroyo

Connecting the Dots

By Gregory Arroyo

Mad Marv

Marv Eleazer
G.O.Y.A.

By Marv Eleazer
His Madness wants more F&I managers to improve turnover rates by taking an active role in the sales process.

The Little Things

By Marv Eleazer
Reading about one of the first-known cybercrimes gets His Madness thinking about how small issues can morph into big problems.

Industry Summit: It’s Worth the Investment

By Marv Eleazer

6 Ways to Deliver Exceptional Service

By Marv Eleazer

On the Point

Jim Ziegler
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
Da Man says $40,000-a-month sales rock stars still exist. He says you’ll find them on YouTube and Facebook Live.

The New Stooges

By Jim Ziegler

Is Your Quick Lube Driving Away Business?

By Jim Ziegler