The Value of Car Window Labels
By law, every new car you sell on your lot has to have a window sticker on it. These labels are often called “Monroney” stickers, named after the senator who first proposed them in the 1950s. Today, these labels outline all of the most important information the potential car buyer needs to make a purchasing decision. They’ll find the model information, the standard and optional equipment, warranty information, pricing information, parts content information, fuel economy, and safety ratings. In addition to having a branded version of the Monroney label, you can add an additional window label to the vehicle that’s for sale that can outline specials, packages you offer at the dealership, and more. Having information like this can further incentivize the customer to make a purchase on your lot.
Your customers want more information about a vehicle and they want it fast. For used vehicles, a custom window label is perhaps the best way to communicate all of the major information about a vehicle in an efficient manner. Your customers can see decision-making information like mileage, damage, and vehicle history all in one convenient label. This makes it easy for those who are browsing through a used car lot to make a decision quickly and purchase a vehicle from you.