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© 2000 Morrison Automotive Consultants, LLC Congratulations on your purchase! © Copyright Low book sales & Leasing 2006 All rights reserved.
© 2000 Morrison Automotive Consultants, LLC © Copyright Low book sales & Leasing 2006 All rights reserved. Included is: “Service Value Card ”
© 2000 Morrison Automotive Consultants, LLC Low Book Sales Service Value Card “The card that pays you back.” 2 years of full service oil changes Next state I/M and safety Lifetime 24 hour roadside assistance –Flat tire, Dead battery, gallon of gas, Lockout 10% off parts and labor Discounts on anything aftermarket –Audio –DVD –Tires –Wheels –Windshields –Tint © Copyright Low book sales & Leasing 2006 All rights reserved.
© 2000 Morrison Automotive Consultants, LLC Don’t let it happen to you... Pays Loan in the event of TOTAL LOSS. Car is a DEPRECIATING asset. Especially with NEGATIVE trade equity. GAP COVERAGE GAP COVERAGE © Copyright Low book sales & Leasing 2006 All rights reserved.
© 2000 Morrison Automotive Consultants, LLC Loan Payoff $18, Insurance Value$13, Your Deductible$ Insurance Settlement$12, The Gap$5, Gap Pays $5, Typical GAP Insurance Breakdown © Copyright Low book sales & Leasing 2006 All rights reserved.
© 2000 Morrison Automotive Consultants, LLC Covers PARTS and LABOR. Average Cost= Engine $3500-$7000 Transmission $2000-$3000 Front Axles $400-$750 For all those little bumps in the road… © Copyright Low book sales & Leasing 2006 All rights reserved.
© 2000 Morrison Automotive Consultants, LLC ALL internally lubricated parts Heating and Cooling system Air Conditioning Parts Major Suspension Parts Steering system Brakes (except pads and rotors) Loaner car for covered repairs Comprehensive coverage includes: © Copyright Low book sales & Leasing 2006 All rights reserved.
© 2000 Morrison Automotive Consultants, LLC Over the next 30 days DON’T change jobs DON’T change jobs DON’T move DON’T move DON’T install anything on your car DON’T install anything on your car DO return bank and dealer phone calls DO return bank and dealer phone calls DO add the car insurance DO add the car insurance
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© 2000 Morrison Automotive Consultants, LLC End Show Please let us know how we are doing in your follow up questionnaire. Customer Satisfaction Survey © Copyright Low book sales & Leasing 2006 All rights reserved.
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