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Lose a Sale, Save a Life: When a Test Drive Tests the Legal DUI Limit at Car Dealerships

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Seasoned car dealers and sales professionals are true masters of relationship marketing.  A vehicle purchase is an important decision for consumers, a…

7 Attitude Tips to help you Succeed in the Car Business

7 Attitude Tips to help you Succeed in the Car Business

I have found that one of the greatest traits of all the best salespeople to ever sell is a positive attitude. I experience it first hand in my own life, …

Industry Insider Alan Ram Passes Away

Industry Insider Alan Ram Passes Away

We here at DrivingSales offer our condolences to the families of those involved. Alan Ram was an industry insider who will be missed by many. Alan Ram, …

Three Tips for Hiring the Right Dealership Salesperson

Three Tips for Hiring the Right Dealership Salesperson

When it comes to hiring salespeople for your dealership, finding the right people can be difficult.  If you have been in business for a long time, you…

Three Degrees That Will Help You Run a Better Car Dealership

Three Degrees That Will Help You Run a Better Car Dealership

If you’re building a car dealership business, you probably already know that you don’t need to study for a college degree to be successful. Man…

Your Choice of Vendor "Styles" - Survey

Vendor Styles

Which way is better? This is a question for vendors, dealers, and just about everyone else.

It seems that there are distinct advantages and disadvantages to working with large, multi-focus vendors who are able to unify and consolidate both efforts as well as billing. On the flip side, there are those who believe that "specialist" style vendors are better to work with, holding them accountable for their own space rather than many.

Which do you prefer? What are the pros and cons as you see it? We have put up a poll on Facebook that asks the question. Please, either leave a comment here with your preference and why, vote on the issue at Facebook, or both. There's nothing better at DrivingSales than good, strong feedback.

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