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DriveTime's new direction

The new campaign from DriveTime asks the burning question: if you’re not buying your car at DriveTime, how smart are you?

Real deals and mad flow with DriveTime

The women of the wildly successful DriveTime campaign are back to help out more wannabe car buyers. Peak into their private lives as they hit the nail salon and rap along to the Bay Area’s own E-40.

“Turn Down” helps DriveTime turn up

Tina, Tara and the green rescue van are at it again in three new spots for DriveTime — including (if you're paying attention) one bumpin’ a lil “Turn Down for What.”

Episode II: Return of the Rescue Squad

Late last year, DriveTime, the number-one used car chain for the credit-strapped, introduced a new TV campaign called “Rescued.” Today, the campaign rolls on with three new spots playing across the country. Ride along with our intrepid rescuers as they put the fun back into car-buying for three more lucky abductees.

DriveTime saves the day

Two hyper-enthusiastic, hopelessly dorky young women in a homemade rescue vehicle are the heroes of the new D/C-created campaign for America’s number-one used car dealer for people with credit issues.

DriveTime rolls out

They’ve got the technology, inventory and financing to put you in your dream-mobile.

DriveTime parks here

After a comprehensive search driven by Pile & Company, the acceleration-minded company signed Duncan/Channon, the original pedal-to-the-metal agency, as its strategic and creative partner.


In a world of no — no approval, no loan, no car — it’s DriveTime to the rescue. Two wildly enthusiastic young women deliver automotive salvation. And 38% more sales.