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UDS/BBDS Promotes John Tabar to VP of Training

UDS/Brown & Brown Dealer Services announced the promotion of John Tabar to Vice President of Training.

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F&I Tip of the Week: Want to Be a Better Closer?

In today’s tip, I thought I would share a secret that will help you bypass objections and concerns and start enrolling your customers into multiple products on each delivery.

F&I Tip of the Week: Pace Equals Profit

Research shows that people tend to equate fast-paced speech with a lack of credibility, which isn’t what we’re after in the F&I office. F&I trainer John Tabar offers a few tips for uncovering and fixing a pace problem.

F&I Tip of the Week: Make a Recommendation

When you know a customer sees value in a product and you know the product is a good choice for the buyer's situation, F&I trainer John Tabar says don't be afraid to make a recommendation. He shows you how in his latest F&I Tip of the Week.

F&I Tip of the Week: Doubling Down on Appearance Protection

There are many reasons customers enroll in an appearance program. Any one of those reasons can lead you to sell the protection on not just the customer’s new car, but the one sitting in the buyer's garage as well. John Tabar shows you how in his latest F&I Tip of the Week.

F&I Tip of the Week: When Good Deals Go Bad

Turning good numbers consistently in F&I is a mark of a good F&I manager. Turning good numbers consistently with no mistakes or CIT issues is the measure of a great F&I manager. F&I trainer John Tabar explains how you become the latter.

F&I Tip of the Week: The ‘Reduce to the Ridiculous’ Close

F&I trainer John Tabar shares the perfect close for a customer who is interested in multiple products but thinks the cost is too much.

F&I Tip of the Week: Handling the 'I'll Take My Chances' Objection

'I’ll take my chances' is an all-too-common objection heard in the F&I office. F&I Trainer John Tabar offers the perfect response when that classic line is used to object to a vehicle service contract.

F&I Tip of the Week: The Power of a Good Transition Statement

Have you ever had trouble getting back on track after a customer raises an objection? F&I trainer John Tabar says what you need is a good transition statement.