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#AskNCM: How Long Should It Take to Recondition a Vehicle?

Reconditioning used vehicles is a major priority for any pre-owned dealer. If the car isn’t on the lot, it can’t be sold. Therefore, every minute the vehicle is in the shop is possible lost revenue.

Steve Hall, an instructor at the NCM Institute, shares his top tips for reconditioning vehicles faster and more efficiently. See what Steve’s years of industry experience can teach us on this segment of #AskNCM.

Have another question for Steve or the other #AskNCM experts? Leave a comment below!

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The NCM Institute is an important educational resource for your entire management team. Founded on decades of experience in the ultra-competitive automotive industry, NCMi provides in-depth, real-world dealership training on department fundamentals and advanced management best practices that your team can put into action immediately.

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2 comments

  1. Lewis Reddoch

    Thanks for the good tips. We write the date taken to service on the driver’s window with a Posca marker. This allows any manager to walk through the shop to see the timeline for recon. It also reinforces timeliness with the service writer and technician.

    1. Emily Johnson
      Emily Johnson

      What a great tip Lewis! Thank you for sharing!

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