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Brad Forbush

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Dominicans receive new Fleet Incentive Program

Posted by Brad Forbush on Mar 3, 2016 8:50:53 AM

Dominican_Srs_Conference.pngCARITAS Vehicle Services is pleased to announce that Sr. Pat Farrell, Executive Director with the Dominican Sisters Conference, has coordinated an agreement with Nissan North America that allows Dominican Communities nationwide to acquire new vehicles under Nissan's Fleet Incentive ProgramThis means a Community will receive the same pricing discounts on 2016 vehicles that are normally reserved for Nissan's largest corporate clients. Here's an example of how the program works . . .

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Topics: Fleet Discounts

Only Seven Vehicles Are Truly American-Made . . . Really?

Posted by Brad Forbush on Jul 16, 2015 12:10:08 PM

American_MadeYou'll probably find this hard to believe, but "American-made" autos are quickly becoming a thing of the past unless something changes.  As the U.S. auto industry becomes more globalized, fewer and fewer cars meet the standard to be labeled American-made, and today there are only seven that make the list. I found this a bit shocking, so I did some digging to find out just who came up with this list and how are they defining "American-made?" 
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Topics: Fleet Considerations

How to maximize Vehicle Resale Value

Posted by Brad Forbush on Apr 25, 2014 10:30:00 AM


3 Tips for Remarketing Your Old Vehicles

life cycle costs


  1. Vehicle SelectionOur first recommendation for reducing your fleet’s overall operating cost is selecting vehicles that have the highest resale value. With more than 30 car manufacturers and hundreds of different models to choose from, this is no small task.
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Topics: Remarketing

Maximize Vehicle Resale Value & Minimize Your Aggravation

Posted by Brad Forbush on Mar 21, 2014 1:52:00 PM

Autoauction_Image4How much is a car really worth?

When a Detroit news reporter once asked the great American icon and automotive pioneer, Henry Ford, how he determined the selling price of a Ford automobile, he replied, “an automobile is only worth what someone is willing to pay for it.” While frantically jotting down the quote, the reporter started scratching his head, then he looked back at Mr. Ford and asked, “well, how do you know what someone will pay?”

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Topics: Remarketing

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