The inner construction of the click-style torque wrench makes it naturally susceptible to a loss of factory calibration.
Modern charging system testers are programmed to know what they should see on each and every vehicle.
You won’t have to adjust the antenna when you flip to TechShop. You’ll always get a clear picture.
How do you know if your equipment is worth repairing or replacing?
The set features a wide range of sizes that can be used with the appropriate ratchet, T-handle or socket spinner handle.
Use this checklist as a guide next time you need to determine if you should repair or replace your tire service equipment.
New equipment can be expensive, yet so can downtime and the risk of losing a customer because you can’t deliver speedy service when your equipment is down and needs repair or replacement. Budgeting for future equipment is often cited as a best practice for your business.
Your equipment is the backbone of your shop – giving your technicians the muscle to work more efficiently and effectively. And, when those two things happen, profitability goes up. Mary DellaValle presents three tips to make good equipment buying decisions. Sponsored by Coats.
Time is money, so most people don’t drill down to the basics when they look for ways to increase profitability. Some seek a quick fix, while others look at the big picture and miss the details. Mary DellaValle presents three tips to run a more profitable shop. Sponsored by Coats.
The question of whether to invest or not gets down to whether the piece of equipment will save or make you more money than it costs. Sometimes the total cost of a capital equipment investment can be off-putting, yet often the numbers prove that the equipment ends up being less than free.
In the best-case scenario, the new equipment pays for itself, increases trust and loyalty with your customers, improves efficiency, and leaves you with no regret. But, the opposite is always a possibility: the equipment never pays for itself, it goes unused, it breaks down and makes your team inefficient, and ultimately makes you wish you’d never have written the check.
Equipment costs are unavoidable. Whether it’s the front of a shop, back office or in the bay, repair shop owners and tire dealers need a variety of tools to keep their businesses running. The debate for many business owners is if they should buy or lease this equipment. So when it comes time to make equipment acquisition decisions, it’s important for business owners to understand the pros and cons of buying and leasing.