Use language that’s natural to the consumer, says F&I trainer Gerry Gould. Customers interpret “pays for” much better than “covers” or “protects.” Rather than saying, “It protects or covers against dings and dents,” for example, say, “It will pay for the repair or replacement when someone accidentally puts a ding or a dent on your vehicle.”
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