For the past two years, I've worked as an auto sales and leasing consultant with Miller Auto & Marine. If someone had told me this 2.5 years ago, I probably wouldn't have believed them. Although the circumstances that brought me here aren't typical, the facts remain: I'm here, I'm doing a job I look forward to each and every day, and I'm good at what I do. My name is K-Sandra, and I'm here to tell you about my career as an auto sales consultant.
Preparing your vehicle for winter doesn't take much effort or expense, but the benefits can be significant. In the video below, I'll walk you through the most important winter vehicle safety tips - these are things anyone who owns a vehicle or drives in winter weather should be aware of. Take a moment to watch these tips, and if you'd like, share it with someone you want to be kept safe this winter.
Purchasing a new, or new-to-you, vehicle is an exciting time for the whole family. Bringing your children along can be a great way to ensure everyone (and their cars seats!) will fit in your new purchase, as well as to teach them about buying and respecting vehicles. If you've brought your little ones along to an auto dealership, you might have learned that their excitement doesn't last as long as the car buying process usually takes.
Central Minnesota has been our home for over 80 years. We are proud to represent this community, meet the needs of area families decade after decade, and celebrate alongside our customers throughout all of life’s journeys. And, we take great pride in our ability to rise to the occasions where life offers challenges and celebration seems a distant memory. A year ago, we recognized an opportunity to connect our community in a way that really, didn’t have a lot to do with selling or servicing cars or boats. And that’s part of who Miller Auto and Marine is at our core. We wanted to make an impact with people and for people, and partnered with Coborn’s Cancer Center in St. Cloud to make it happen.
Pressing on a vehicle's brakes causes the tires to slow down, and eventually come to a stop. This is an expectation most drivers know very well, and they depend on it regularly. However, anyone who's familiar with winter driving in Minnesota knows that's not always the case. The majority of midwest drivers have a pretty clear memory of the first time they pressed their brake pedal and the car didn't react - I know I do. Follow these five winter driving safety tips to increase your odds of staying safe on the road.
Miller Auto and Marine has been launching new trucks yearly with the latest being 2017 Nissan Titan. The completely redesigned Nissan Titan is breaking the mold of all other full size trucks. With a warranty like no other in the business, Nissan went all in on the 2017 Nissan Titan. Whether you’re looking for a gas powered or diesel truck, Nissan has it covered. Read along for a closer look bout the new 2017 Nissan Titan.
At Miller Auto and Marine, one of the ways we set ourselves apart is our non-commissioned sales approach. While commissioned sales staff are common in auto dealerships and other industries, we find a non-commissioned sales approach to be more beneficial to our customers.
In our service department, we keep Miller Auto & Marine’s Five-Star Experience at the core of everything we do. Each time you bring your vehicle into one of our service departments, you can expect superior service from certified technicians, a free car wash, and a multi-point car inspection.
One of the first decisions you’ll make when you decide to finance a vehicle purchase is where and how you’ll finance the purchase. The most common ways customers finance is through the dealership they purchase the vehicle from, a credit union, private lending, or their banking institution.
Here at Miller Auto & Marine, we want to make sure you're staying safe on and off the road. While changing flat tires and checking each tire's air pressure are regular tasks for our service technicians, we understand that sometimes you're in a situation where you need to roll up your sleeves and change your vehicle's tire. If or when that situation occurs, we want you to be able to do it safely.
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