AutoAp, Inc., to show event attendees how improved safety recall management saves time, improves profitability and reduces liability.
Recalls as a Service company AutoAp, Inc. announced dealerships can obtain a free vehicle Safety Recall Performance Assessment and their safety recall Return on Investment (ROI) results at the upcoming National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) show in Dallas Jan. 26-29, by visiting AutoAp’s booth – #6947.
AutoAp, a leading provider of safety recall solutions, launched its Dynamic Safety Recall Management system for the automotive industry in 2015. The company has helped thousands of auto dealers increase revenue and profits, reduce liability and improve compliance, while saving time and money by improving their safety recall information management. AutoAp’s services quickly and efficiently identify, verify and report on vehicles with open safety recalls. Dealers can generate additional revenue through repair reimbursement from manufacturers and can reduce their liability by not selling vehicles with open recalls.
“Safety recalls remain a significant challenge for the automotive industry. Dealers who manage recalls reduce their liability, improve profitability and improve customer relationships,” said AutoAp’s President, Mark Allen. “Car shoppers see safety as one of their most important issues and look favorably on dealerships who are transparent about their recall repair efforts. We look forward to showing attendees of the NADA show how they can put the right processes in place quickly and easily to make this happen, and encourage them to make an appointment or stop by our booth. It takes just a few minutes and the information provided is highly valuable for dealerships.”
AutoAp recently conducted a survey of 1,000 potential car shoppers (Consumer Transparency Expectations) and found several key insights that underscore the importance of professionally managing safety recalls. When asked why dealership transparency is so important, respondents cited safety five times more than any other factor. In addition, respondents said they would choose a dealership with an automated safety recall process over a dealership that did not by a 19-to-1 ratio.
“Properly managed vehicle safety recall repairs can be a significant differentiator for automotive retailers,” Allen said. “Car shoppers put a high value on their family’s safety. When dealers make an effort to manage safety recalls , it resonates with consumers and helps build the dealership’s reputation.”
Dealers can obtain a free copy of the survey report by downloading it HERE.
In addition, attendees can obtain a copy of the report “Safety Recalls: State of the Retail Industry” by downloading it HERE.