PDR Provider Dent Wizard Introduces New F&I Programs

PDR Provider Dent Wizard Introduces New F&I Programs

Dent Wizard International recently introduced new F&I (finance and insurance) programs that expand the company’s menu of appearance-protection service plans.

Dent Wizard International recently introduced new F&I (finance and insurance) programs that expand the company’s menu of appearance-protection service plans.

According to Dent Wizard, the new F&I service plans are:

  • AlwaysNu, which features base coverage for road-hazard tire and wheel, plus cosmetic wheel repair, roadside assistance service and rental-car reimbursement up to $50 per day. Customers then have the option to add on any or all of the following coverages: dent repair with a hail benefit; windshield repair; interior repair; and key protection featuring Tile technology. Tile uses Bluetooth to communicate with a companion app on a smart phone or tablet.
  • Nu Key, which includes key protection featuring Tile, key lockout service, roadside assistance and rental-car reimbursement up to $50 per day.
  • Ding Shield One, which features base coverage for dent repair, plus a hail benefit and rental-car reimbursement up to $50 per day. Add-on optional coverages include: cosmetic wheel repair; windshield repair; interior repair; cosmetic bumper repair; and key protection featuring Tile.

“These new F&I programs allow us to apply our proven customer service, product reliability and technician expertise beyond cosmetic reconditioning,” said Lindsey Bird, Dent Wizard’s senior vice president – F&I. “F&I managers can now offer their customers more of the right choices in easy-to-buy programs that let them drive off the lot with greater peace of mind. Customers are protected from the unexpected incidents that affect the safety, appearance, operation and value of their new purchase.”

St. Louis-based Dent Wizard specializes in automotive reconditioning and SMART (small- to medium-area repair techniques) repairs.

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