June 19, 2014
According to TMW, its Certified warranty is intended to offer dealers and their customers a viable warranty option for pre-owned vehicles. TMW also says it offers 1-, 2- and 3-year extended service contracts, all of which are designed to offer valuable aftermarket customer services.
“We aren’t your everyday run of the mill truck warranty contractor. We provide the dealerships that offer our service contracts with more standard features than the competition, the best rates, coverage in territories exclusive to our company, and a service contractor whose fully backed and insured by an A+ rated insurer,” says Pete Sweeney, vice president of dealer development for Truck Master Warranty.
Sweeney says TMW’s 90-day program is available to dealers that want to dominate their market.
Since entering the dealer market TMW has partnered with multiple dealer groups, including M&K Truck Centers, The Larson Group, Truckworx, CDL Solutions, and Bridges Truck Center.
“Dealers across the country have adopted a heavy-duty truck Certified program quickly, and are utilizing its marketing power seamlessly,” Sweeney says. “In the not too distant future, online inventory sites may highlight pre-owned vehicles that have been inspected and certified, further elevating the unit’s market value.”
More information on the Truck Master Warranty’s Certified program and its options may be found on the company’s website, Sweeney says.
“We offer paperless quoting, online contract transmittal, easy to read instant remittance documents and claims reports providing the dealer’s F & I department with less hassles while conducting vehicle service contract/aftermarket sales,” he says.
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