Justine Picciotti
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  • Phone Ninjas
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Calling the customer for a big job in the shop: The car is on the lift, tying up a bay, you know what’s wrong and they’re not a waiter, this IS the call…

We all get that pit in our stomach when a big job finally comes to a full diagnosis. The customer is either going to tell you to go ahead with the job, tell you that you’re crazy and they’ll take their car, or some vague grey area in between. The goal of course is always to work to get the job sold and the car fixed. But how do you present the issue without scaring the…See More
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Calling the customer for a big job in the shop: The car is on the lift, tying up a bay, you know what’s wrong and they’re not a waiter, this IS the call…

We all get that pit in our stomach when a big job finally comes to a full diagnosis. The customer is either going to tell you to go ahead with the job, tell you that you’re crazy and they’ll take their car, or some vague grey area in between. The goal of course is always to work to get the job sold and the car fixed. But how do you present the issue without scaring the…See More
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Service > Parts | Parts > Service – why all the transfers?

Ohhh the dreaded transferred call. There are many times in business that streamlining a process is the best for the business and for the customer. But there are sometimes it is just not the case. This is where the separation of Parts and Service comes in. I have mentioned how the parts department is its own animal in other posts, but I need to really drive it home here. The parts department is like a dictionary for everything brand “X” is. There are so many moving pieces and reference pages…See More
Apr 17
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Trouble Shooting a car over the phone vs. in the shop, Is it worth it?

We have all had that service call that starts with.… “My check engine light is on.… what’s wrong with my car? You can’t just tell me over the phone?” Sometimes the customer understands that a trained diagnostic technician is the best person to take a look and see what’s going on under the hood, and sometimes they just don’t. For the customers that get the point, we’re one…See More
Mar 17

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Calling the customer for a big job in the shop: The car is on the lift, tying up a bay, you know what’s wrong and they’re not a waiter, this IS the call…

Posted on May 5, 2021 at 4:19pm 1 Comment

We all get that pit in our stomach when a big job finally comes to a full diagnosis. The customer is either going to tell you to go ahead with the job, tell you that you’re crazy and they’ll take their car, or some vague grey area in between. The goal of course is always to work to get the job sold and the car fixed. But how do you present the issue…

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Service > Parts | Parts > Service – why all the transfers?

Posted on April 17, 2021 at 9:45am 1 Comment

Ohhh the dreaded transferred call. There are many times in business that streamlining a process is the best for the business and for the customer. But there are sometimes it is just not the case.

 

This is where the separation of Parts and Service comes in. I have mentioned how the parts department is its own animal in other posts, but I need to really drive it home here. The parts department is like a dictionary for everything brand “X” is. There are so many moving pieces and…

Continue

Trouble Shooting a car over the phone vs. in the shop, Is it worth it?

Posted on March 17, 2021 at 12:30pm 2 Comments

We have all had that service call that starts with.… “My check engine light is on.… what’s wrong with my car? You can’t just tell me over the phone?” Sometimes the customer understands that a trained diagnostic technician is the best person to take a look and see what’s going on under the hood, and sometimes they just don’t. For the customers that get…

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