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So what is the difference between ‘wet’ and ‘dry’ appearance protection anyway? Many aftermarket F&I administrators offer these products and when the ‘wet vs. dry’ debate comes up, many in the industry may not fully understand what that means....

The COST to replace that key could set you back hundreds of dollars. Keys aren’t the simple metal and plastic kind anymore either. Some are a switchblade design and others don’t even have a metal key at all. Push-to-start cars simply have a fob you...

Antimicrobial treatments, either through a wet application or electrostatic treatment, are designed to make the surfaces within the car and duct system hostile to microbes being able to attach themselves and linger. Car buyers are beginning to understand through health organizations and other scientific channels...

Your customers are going to be looking for any deal they can get beyond just the price of the vehicle. For those buyers who are going to be particularly resistant to adding any F&I products, preloading one simple protection may be the answer....

We know that the lease customer is only driving the car or truck for a specific amount of time (on average 24-36 months) and that they know that part of their turn-in process is to pay for excess wear on the vehicle. Chipped windshield, scuffed...