Since the start of 2014, there have been more than 100 million vehicle recalls in the United States of America. That number is just shy of half of all vehicles on the road today. And most of the affected cars have yet to be repaired. In fact, our data indicates that 1 in 4 vehicles on US roads today has an open recall. In fulfilling our mission of taking every unsafe car off the road, Recall Masters builds turnkey Recall Departments that yield tremendous benefits for dealerships all across the country. You see, open recalls also present dealerships with a unique market opportunity to restore consumer confidence, grow sales and service revenue, drive up their dealership’s CSI and restore the brand’s integrity in the eyes of the consumer. Let Recall Masters show you how.
Leverage the industry’s most comprehensive source of recall and vehicle owner information for most every major auto make. Use our online services to check for recalls on individual vehicles or all vehicles in your inventory.
Auto dealers can ensure recall campaign success using our program that provides best practices, tools and processes to ensure their entire staff maximizes profit and the opportunity to gain customers for life.
Technology has made a huge impact upon our modern society. In the past, standard postal mail and phone calls were sufficient means of communication. However, as people are increasingly inundated with junk mail and persistent telemarketer calls, their willingness to pay attention to these forms of communication has diminished. It has nothing to do with whether they want to receive important communication, it’s just more challenging to weed out the vital information from solicitations. There are some matters so critically important they need to be communicated quickly and with the communication method most likely to succeed. Today, that method is text messaging. Our federal government clearly understands the effectiveness of text messaging. Look at the mass notifications from Amber alerts. Have you ever been in a public place when everyone’s phone suddenly went bonkers with an alert? We all have. It’s not just Amber alerts. The National Weather Service uses cell phones to warn people of dangerous weather looming. Why? Because it works. And it saves lives…read the entire blogpost here.
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