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Once you have acquired your own house it becomes a general tendency to want to buy a car as the next asset that you would like to possess. There are several factors which determine the choice of our car. While some people buy it for convenience others buy it for luxury.
Those buying a car for convenience have to put in a lot of thought before selecting the right kind of vehicle for themselves. They have to analyze for how many people the car is required, how often it will be used, how…Continue
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Regular maintenance is absolutely imperative if you want your diesel recreational vehicle (RV) to serve you for some good number of years. Diesel engines require no ignition tune ups or major repair to last longer; they only entail regular low cost-preventive maintenance that can pay big dividends in the long run. Here are 10 maintenance tips that will help to keep your diesel engine motor home at top-notch condition.
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A little over a month ago, a couple of employees at a car dealership in Illinois published a music video on YouTube titled “Keys In A Box,” which parodied a sketch from Saturday Night Live.
These two individuals proceeded to have a great time and showcased their dealership…Continue
With so many options available when choosing how to allocate marketing budgets, dealers are increasingly finding themselves conflicted over what to use. Every dealer wants to know whether their marketing is producing results – whether that is in sales or service. And all vendors will attempt to show…Continue
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The used car market often attracts a lot of bad press. We have all read stories of poor hapless buyers ending up out of pocket after buying a car that didn’t exist, or one that was the subject of a bad debt with a hire purchase company. The truth is there are always dodgy dealers and disreputable individuals who are looking to part a fool from his cash, but if you go looking for a used car with your eyes wide open, you are far less likely to be conned or saddled with a lemon. So what should…Continue
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The social media universe converges each year in Austin, Texas for SXSW. And the festival offers a lot of opportunities for those like myself, who are focused in the application of social media in the automotive world.
One big name on the scene is…Continue
Caring for a car is of great importance for everyone that wants it to stay in like-new condition. There are several myths that cause many drivers to make mistakes when caring for their cars. Below are some of the surprising myths that you should be aware of when caring for your car.
Premium gasoline helps to improve the performance of a car’s engine
• High-performance engines run at higher temperatures and have also got higher compression.
• Due to that fact (that…
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So you want to detail your car like the pro's? Here are 15 step-by-step instructions from Legacy Automotive in Tuscaloosa, AL, revealing preferred products and methods.
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If you suspect that half the money you spend on paid search marketing is wasted but you don’t know which half, this piece was written to help you figure out which. By no means is it an advanced guide, especially with all the advancements and changes taking place this very moment on multiple paid search platforms.
Throughout business school, one of the many die-hard rules of business, regardless of industry or region, was “If it’s not your core competency, outsource it to someone…Continue
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What legally defines a merchant who uses a self-funded, in-house financing program? Any merchant extending credit of any kind to one or more of their customers is this type of merchant, whether they realize it or not.
They may be running an in-house financing program using their own money, or they may simply be allowing a customer they’ve known for years to pay a few days late which constitutes…Continue
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The importance of time is something that we must never take for granted. As we know the time that we have here on Earth is limited and it's imperative that we don't look back over our life when we get older and say "I wish I had of." I remember…Continue
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Life is turning out to be a complicated journey nowadays as nothing seems easy. Let’s take the example of buying a car. It is not an easy or smooth process. Earlier if someone had money then he could simply visit may be a couple of car dealers and drive home on a new car but today as the options available are unlimited ample research and discussion takes place before a car is…Continue
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Haven't you had it with all of these Data Pirates using our own customer information to defame us, lower our profits, alienate our customers... while at…Continue
Added by Tony Navarra on October 28, 2012 at 5:13pm — No Comments
Does your car dealership have a plan in place for marketing its service center? You need to encourage people to return to your dealership after their vehicle purchase for service, and you also need a strategy to pick up new leads just for service.
Are you missing out on sales because your marketing message is focused only on price points? If you're only focused on price, you are not connecting with customers…Continue
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