Byrider Franchise Overview
Byrider, one of America's largest integrated used car dealership and franchise systems, recently announced a major rebranding, officially changing its name from J.D. Byrider to Byrider. Byrider has sold more than 1.2 million cars at more than 150 locations across the country. Founded in 1989, Byrider continues to transform the automotive industry through its dedication to customer service and focus on car quality. Byrider’s success is driven by a commitment to being the consumer choice in helping people “Buy, Finance and Drive On,” even if they’ve been turned down for traditional bank financing.
Our founder, James DeVoe, a Chevrolet-Cadillac dealer, had a goal to help people get reliable transportation, even if they’ve been turned down for traditional bank financing. In 1979, he began financing customers at his own car lot. He created Auto Credit seminars to teach other business owners how to do on-site financing in 1986 and founded J.D. Byrider a few years later in 1989. When he founded J.D. Byrider, it was with the idea that he could set up a franchise that would help other business owners provide the same benefits to customers across the nation.
Sign up to be notified when Byrider franchise opportunities become available on Franchising.com.