Selling Cars in the Modern Age

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This is a training manual for auto industry professionals, from salesmen, managers, trainers and owners. More

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Words: 14,440
Language: English
ISBN: 9781370452828
About Perk Perkins

Perk Perkins has been a freelance writer for many years and written for a diverse group of national publications. He has worked as a script doctor on a movie, written several spec movie scripts, short story collections, several novellas and just completed a novel, The Angels of Valley Junction.
His weekly humor and inspiration column The Smile Factor, was very popular for nearly 8 years and contributed to the Missouri Newspapers General Excellence Award for the Nixa Xpress. He has also had columns in other national publications such as, Dealer Magazine for the auto industry, Inside Karate, Inside Kung Fu and others.


Review by: John Waaser on Aug. 03, 2017 :
This book has some good information--and it might be good to read even if you are just a customer, as it will give your some information about what the salesman has in mind when he is talking to you. Of course, in that case, you should read it in conjunction with Jay Hamilton's book How To Buy A Car Without Losing Your Shirt! But on the bad side, this book is woefully in need of an editor. Wrong words, mis-spelled words, apostrophes where they are not needed, or in the wrong place when they are. My usual thought when I read a book that is this bad in that respect, is that the author has no respect for his reader!
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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