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How Can Your F&I Managers Make More by Selling Less? Preload Your Ancillaries

How Can Your F&I Managers Make More by Selling Less? Preload Your Ancillaries

F&I managers are compensated well to deal with a lot of pressure and are often among the highest paid in the store. Yet with an overstuffed menu of products, it can be a challenge to focus on the few products that yield the highest commission for all of this effort. What if there were a way to lighten that load and help the F&I managers actually make MORE money?

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F&I Tip of the Week: The 80/20 Rule

Have you heard of the 80/20 Rule? I bet you have, but you may be wondering what to do with the...

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.

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Sell the Experience

The goal should always be to listen and understand your customers better, not just to present a...

The goal should always be to listen and understand your customers better, not just to present a menu and overcome an objection.

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F&I Tip of the Week: Avoiding Down Time

What should you do, or say, to fill the time when recalculating payments to illustrate the...

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!

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So You Want to Be an Agent

Is there life after being an F&I manager? The answer is yes. But the work of an independent...

Is there life after being an F&I manager? The answer is yes. But the work of an independent agent and trainer isn’t for everyone. A reinsurance expert and former dealer lists five prerequisites for what could be a highly rewarding career change.

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F&I Tip of the Week: Are You a Believer

Do you believe in your products or do you just sell them? It's a fair question. Here's a another...

Do you believe in your products or do you just sell them? It's a fair question. Here's another question that will help you find out ... What products are you currently enrolled in to protect your own personal vehicle? If the answer is none, that might be an indication that you are not a true believer after all. UDS' John Tabar encourages you to believe in the products you are selling to help the customer believe in their value.