PA, are you looking at working at an already established dealership? I sold cars out of college. Hamelton LaGreca for the kansas guys. It was not hard, just very long hours, and High stress. For a new guy, you are working your arse off trying to grab every phone call and every new UP comming on the the lot. As some of you may know, I sorta have the gift of gab, so that worked in my favor. But the long hours and the stress was too much so i got out. I really liked it.
IF you go to and already established dealership, you will be trained by them. Every dealership has there own version of the Stuker tapes, he is a salesmn that made video training sessions about how to talk to customers on the phone and in person. You will probably have a script that you will need to learn and so on.
.....you've got to ask yourself a question: 'Do I feel lucky?' Well, do ya, punk?
Die' en ain't much of a livin' son.