Mobile Oil Change Vans and Packages Available
There are many who wish to get into the mobile oil change business and there are several applications on the Internet to help you get started. Being in the mobile auto services business for the past 27 years, it has always been an area of interest to me how to create the ideal rig or van setup to be as efficient possible.
In this way, you will be able to best serve your customers and, of course, earn profits too. If you’re operating a small-sized business, regardless of how small, the main goal is to earn money, right? Now then, recently I was asked by a gentleman to let him know how much it would cost for a complete mobile oil change van and package.
We don’t make sales of Mobile oil change vans, or products. I can’t imagine the reason for this or what prompted him to the false assumption and incorrect idea of what he was thinking about. We do not sell products or offer anything to the public? Yet having been in the mobile auto service Car directory business he assumed we also offered products to help others begin their own businesses? Let me say that the market is far too lucrative to not share.
Although I do have thoughts about the packaged Mobile Oil Change Business Opportunity Sector as I am aware of some basics about the industry. Before I give any advice , I have to know about his Market Area such as types of customers, number of proposed cars per day or perhaps I’ll be able to point him a link of a person who sells these kinds of things. Or perhaps assist him in finding the necessary units for building one on your own.
As far as who sells the most efficient products or has the most attractive offer, typically it’s more dependent on your specifications and requirements rather than who has the most effective “Package” because packages are made by people who make assumptions on your needs and thus these packages can be considered compromises. This means that they are developed by individuals who put together pieces of the package to make a package, and they also find their own suppliers and, consequently often do not meet in the end-user’s needs. Does this sound logical to you? Then think about this in the year 2006.