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Theft-Recovery Product Offers Early Warning Alerts

Users of Inilex’s new SkyLINK early theft detection service are alerted through their smartphone or by e-mail when their vehicle moves without their knowledge.

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New F&Idol Videos Available Now

The magazine has posted new video footage of the five F&Idol category winners running through their product pitches.

Uptick in Dealership Theft Prompts LoJack to Release Protection Advice

LoJack shares a list of theft protection tips to help dealers protect their inventory.

Lights, Camera, Action!

These five individuals were named category winners for having the best on-camera F&I presentations in five categories. Find out what strategies they employ in the F&I office.

G.P. Anderson Named 2011 F&Idol Winner

Readers of F&I and Showroom voted Greg Paul “GP” Anderson the winner of the magazine’s inaugural F&Idol contest. The F&I manager for Thielen Motors, Park Rapids, Minn., was honored during a special ceremony at the publication’s Industry Summit 2011.

IAS and DataDot Partner to Provide Theft Deterrent System

IAS, a provider of F&I aftermarket programs, has partnered with DataDot Dealer Services and will add its microdot theft deterrent system to the IAS anti-theft product portfolio, effective immediately.

Car Thefts Continue Downward Spiral in 2009

The National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) reported that 2009 marked the nation’s sixth consecutive year of declining vehicle thefts in the United States.

GuidePoint Launches GPS Theft Recovery System

Telematics supplier GuidePoint Systems unveiled Tuesday the GPS Xtreme, a GPS-enabled theft-protection system for motorcycles and powersports equipment.

Auto Theft Decreases, Car Owners Still Need Protection

Auto theft has been on the downturn for the past few years, but four vehicles are still stolen every two minutes, according to the Insurance Information Institute (III).

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Auto Theft Rise Means F&I Opportunity

With motor vehicle theft rates rising for the first time in a decade, an educational sales approach can put F&I managers in the driver’s seat to boost sales.