Questions and Answers about DriveTime

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at DriveTime.

View all 44 questions about DriveTime

What is the interview process like?

Asked

Help job seekers learn about the company by being objective and to the point.
Your answer will be posted publicly. Please don't submit any personal information. Guidelines

10 answers

They want you to watch a video before interview. CEO is a criminal #1. Look him up if you don't already know. They send a email telling you how to dress, male or female, all the way down to color of nail polish and length of nails. You enter the building and find your the only one in the building that is dressed professionally! Your interview will be with 3 slobs that look like they are sitting in a laundry room, waiting for the wash to be done. (Don't be fooled, they are supervisors). The 3 leave the room, a few minutes go by and then walks in some type of manager wearing what else but a polo and jeans! He asks a couple of questions and says you will hear either way within 48 hours if they will move forward with you or not. Stated how important that is for applicants to know and not leave them waiting. Guess what? You never hear from them. They can't even answer back after leaving a message. Think twice before wasting your time, with Drive Time.

Answered

2
3
Report answer

Do they check high school history to work as a loan advisor?

Answered

5
Report answer

Lacking
Management seems like they are on a high horse and too good for you

Answered - Management (Former Employee) - Clearwater, FL

Report answer

Relaxed, there a tour of the facility and meeting some of the top people there

Answered - Detailer (Former Employee) - Indianapolis, IN

Report answer

An open interview, mainly discussing about each other. (no stock card questions.) all open ended type conversation.

Answered - General Manager (Current Employee) - South Bend, IN

Report answer

Honestly is was so long ago all I can really remember is not being anxious and feeling comfortable.

Answered - Sr. Loan Processor (Former Employee) - mesa, arizona

Report answer

In person interview was easy. Simple employment history questions. Onboarding for the company was a nightmare.

Answered - Quality Control Inspector (Former Employee) - Lebanon, TN

2
Report answer

Drivetime has very relaxing interviews. They are conversational and allows the individuals to showcase their true personality.

Answered - ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF INSPECTION CENTERS (Former Employee) - Stockbridge, GA

1
Report answer

Lots of focus on work history and background.

Answered - Reconditioning Manager (Former Employee) - Lebanon, TN

Report answer

Temp position, no interview

Answered - Assist CSR's (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ

Report answer