We look at our data from tire dealers surrounding EV service and discuss how not providing training could be detrimental.
Understanding where EV hotspots in the country are can better prepare you and your customers for current EV trends.
We’re reviewing data from 2023 that tells us a lot about automotive and tire trends moving forward.
We’ve seen actual growth in terms of technicians hired in this industry – that doesn’t mean the technician shortage or demand is going away.
Lacking certain planning may lead to your hard-earned success disappearing in an instant.
When asked who their toughest competitor is, 30% of independent tire dealers pointed to national tire retail chains.
The majority of tire dealers tell us their highest profit percentage comes from online tire sales, so why do many dealers stick to brick and mortar?
Tire dealers tell us their highest gross profit margins come from retail service work.
Many tire dealers had a great 2022 and have high expectations for the rest of 2023.
While many drivers are only shopping for tires once every 60,000-70,000 miles or so, the oil changes, alignments and rotations in between keep their cars coming back to your shop year after year.
We asked our independent tire dealer audience what new hardware or software they’re considering adding to their shops.
When we asked tire dealers what the No. 1 reason was for their last shop equipment replacement, updated technology was the No. 1 answer.