How can I get my enthusiasm at work back? John Tabar from UDS shares his advice in this F&I Tip of the Week.
In this F&I Tip of the Week, John Tabar from UDS asks, "How do you stay sharp in the F&I arena?" Constant practice is one way to keep your edge and video self-evaluation can be a valuable tool.
In this F&I Tip of the Week, John Tabar of UDS asks, what kind of manager are you?
In this video, Trent White from the Automotive Training Academy explains how to counter the “I am buying a good vehicle” objection.
What's the most important product we offer in F&I? Check out this F&I Tip of the Week, with John Tabar from UDS, to find out!
John Tabar of UDS explores the challenges of training sales people in this F&I Tip of the Week.
What should you do, or say, to fill the time when recalculating payments to illustrate the customer's choices? Tune in to this F&I Tip of the Week with John Tabar of UDS to find out!
If your paycheck could use a tune-up, my suggestion is to go where you get your vehicle tuned up ... your service department. Tune in to this Tip of the Week with John Tabar from UDS.
Have you heard of the 80/20 Rule? I bet you have, but you may be wondering what to do with the other 80% of your time. John Tabar from UDS offers some suggestions in this F&I Tip of the Week.
Product knowledge does not always translate to product understanding by the customer, so don't assume they are already aware of the features and benefits your product offers. John Tabar from UDS here with this F&I Tip of the Week.
In this video, Trent White with American Financial’s F&I University discusses how the FBI’s Impact tool can help maximize your revenue.
When everyone in the dealership works together, the results could have a significant impact on your bottom line. In this tip, Trent White with American Financial’s F&I University explains that when the sales department and F&I department work together, with mutual respect, not only will CSI scores increase, but so will dealership profits.
This is not the new normal. In this tip, Ritch Wheeler with American Financial's F&I University explains how today is not the new normal and what you can do moving forward to ensure you have a more satisfying and profitable experience in the business office.
How long should it take to complete the paperwork in the business office? Most people would say, “As fast as you can.” During this tip, Trent White with American Financial’s F&I University says the right answer may be as simple as slowing down and changing the client’s perception of what is going on.
Customers are self-educating via the web, F&I duties have been divided between the sales desk and the F&I department, and someone has pushed the fast-forward button on digital retailing. Tune into this tip with Dwayne Wiggins of American Financial's F&I University.