VEHICLE REMARKETING: THE RISKS ARE REAL

Today, there are roughly 20 million fleet vehicles of all kinds plying North American roads. When those vehicles come off lease, they get disposed of in many different ways.

One of the most popular ways to dispose of these vehicles is a process called vehicle remarketing that works like this.

TRADITIONAL REMARKETING – HOW IT WORKS

Sellers consign vehicles to FMC’s and third party remarketers.

“Remarketers” then sell these vehicles through auctions, dealerships and private sales.

The process usually takes weeks or months, costing time, money and resources.

Sellers don’t get paid until well after vehicles sell, prolonging the process.

SELLERS TAKE ALL OF THE RISK

It takes weeks — and more often months — to remarket a vehicle

Even the best fleet professionals waste time and resources managing the process

Sellers are often forced to accept whatever price the auctions, channel partners or dealers pay

The whole process wastes time, money and resources, and negatively affects TCO!

Wouldn’t You Rather Remarket Without Risk?