What's A Core Charge?

VIDEO: What’s A Core Charge?

And why on earth do we need them?

A core charge is a dollar amount that’s added to the price of a part when it’s purchased, to cover the cost of getting the old part back.

The buyer gets that money back when he or she returns the used part.

Your customers need to understand that part of the pricing on the part is factored for getting the core back.

This video is sponsored by the Automotive Distribution Network.

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