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Tire Dealers & Service Work: Underhood Jobs Performed Annually

Tire Review readers are increasingly adding service work to their offerings. Find out how many under-the-hood jobs dealers across the U.S. perform annually.

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How much under-the-hood work does your shop do each year?

Tire Review readers are increasingly adding additional service work to their offerings. Based on our 2018 Tire Dealer Survey information, along with additional research from Babcox Media, below are details on the estimated number of service jobs performed by independently owned tire dealership locations across the United States in 2018.

Underhood Jobs Performed Annually

5.6 million vehicle battery replacements

4.1 million belt replacements

4.4 million vehicle tune ups (including spark plug replacement)

2.4 million starter/alternator replacements

Source: Babcox Media data is based on 2018 Tire Review Sourcebook Tire Dealer Survey information. Information is based on average jobs performed per location per month, adjusted to reflect the estimated number of independently owned tire dealership locations across the United States.  

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