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    Escape the Rat Race with Byrider Franchising

    Working in a corporate environment can be taxing on an employee, especially if you have entrepreneurial dreams of starting your own business and being your own boss. Byrider franchising makes the transition from corporate life to franchising as smooth as possible, with a comprehensive support infras…Read More

  2. Buy Here Pay Here – Your Next Logical Solution!

    The automotive finance market continues to grow. According to Experian, buy-here, pay-here made up over 12% of the used vehicle finance market share during quarter two of 2018. During that same period, the subprime FICO scores exceeded that of approximately 18% of the U.S. population. Adding the buy…Read More

  3. American Heart Association – Life is Why we Give Campaign

    Byrider is partnering with the American Heart Association in February for the Life Is Why We Give Campaign, LIWWG. Attached here is a message from Byrider CEO, Craig Peters, sharing why we are partnering with AHA and the Life is Why We Give Campaign. Every Company Store will be receiving AHA promoti…Read More

  4. Byrider leading the way in subprime underwriting!

    So-called alternative credit-data sources such as records of phone and cable TV payment histories are gaining greater acceptance among automotive lenders in deciding whether to finance a vehicle purchase. So says Peter Oburu, vice president-automotive analytics for Equifax, a credit tracking and ana…Read More

  5. Byrider honors top franchises

    Byrider recently celebrated with the buy-here, pay-here corporation’s 54 owners at the company’s annual convention in Hollywood, Fla. At the event, three Midwestern dealers won top honors as a part of Byrider’s annual award program. The Franchise of the Year winners were chosen in three catego…Read More

  6. Byrider names new CEO

    Byrider announced a major change in leadership on Tuesday as the franchise network of buy-here, pay-here dealerships recently appointed Craig Peters as chief executive officer, replacing Steve Wedding, who served the company for 25 years. The company indicated Wedding will support the transition as …Read More