Working on an automotive garage business plan? With the recent recession, consumers may be more likely to get their existing cars repaired or customized than they are to spring for the expense of a new vehicle. And as the economy recovers and people get behind the wheel more often, more drive miles equals more needed tune-ups. An automotive garage business may offer repairs, maintenance, registration, tire rotation, state inspections, cleaning, custom paint, or other services. It may also gain revenue from specialized parts, pay wash stations, or tool bench rental. No matter what services offered, an automotive garage business plan should typically address the following:
• What services will you offer, and what (if any) products will you sell? What will your main source of revenue be?
• What is the size of your market, in terms of vehicles in the area? How much do residents spend on vehicle maintenance, and who is your target customer?
• What are your competitive advantages against the nearest garages, and how will you distinguish yourself?
• What marketing and advertising attempts will get your garage's name out?
• Who will manage your automotive garage business and why?
• How much funding does your automotive garage business need to open or expand?
An automotive garage business plan should also have detailed three- to five-year financials laying out spending on rent, equipment, and staff. For assistance, try MasterPlans, the business plan experts. We've written many business plans for garages and would be happy to help you. 877-453-2011
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