COVID-19 is quickly spreading through the country. As this happens, businesses deemed non-essential are shutting their doors to comply with state and national guidelines. This includes car dealerships.
Last week, we shared what dealers should be doing during the pandemic to keep business as normalized as possible. Now, we have more information on what’s happening, what’s working and what’s to come. Read the rest of this entry >>
The Coronavirus Pandemic is here for the near future.
That’s the reality.
How quickly your dealership adapts will determine who is able to get through this stretch largely intact and who isn’t.
Not to sound like a financial advisor, but the biggest thing to keep in mind is to not overreact to the situation. Yes, it’s serious. But people still need cars, whether they buy them now or when things get normalized in a few months. Read the rest of this entry >>
Taking Advantage of Tax Return Season With Car Sales and Service Offers
April 15. That date instantly sparks dread in the minds of many Americans, whether it’s fear over owing the government tax money or the general anxiety everyone feels when having to go through the confusing tax filing process. For car dealerships, however, that date shouldn’t cause anxiety. It should create a feeling of opportunity.
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