VRCG knows all about the business of stocking your used car lot with inventory from turn-in and off-lease vehicles. We also know the ins and outs of the industry at large. This is why our professionals will be sharing their insights with you over the coming months utilizing the VRCG blog. Check back frequently, share your thoughts and ideas, and please tell us if there’s anything you’d like to know more about.
I watch the automotive news pretty closely every day, and this article here puts the “tight supply” issues in pretty crisp terms: Click here to view the article VRCG, Inc. spends all day swimming around in the rental -and – […]
Tom Webb of Manheim Auctions is one of the most respected used car analysts in the nation, and he’s very much “on point” with his commentary here: Webb Believes Some Wholesale Volume Patterns Will Persist; Manheim Releases Enhanced Mobile Site […]
The average cost of a new car has gone up in the last couple of years and that trend doesn’t look to be decreasing anytime soon, especially with future fuel economy standards. At the same time, lending standards have gotten […]
The renting public has been really gouged by state, county and local municipalities over the last ten years, as they’ve been specifically targeted for rental-car-specific taxes, etc. – and oftentimes the tax money went to support things that had NOTHING […]
What lessons can we all learn, as taxpayers, from the GM bankruptcy, which was one year ago today? What parallels can one draw from the GM fiasco vs. what’s happening with units of government in the U.S., from your local […]