Diesel Truck FleetService ™

Opportunity Cost

  • Liquid Capital Required: $150,000
  • Net Worth Required: $250,000
  • Total Investment: $200,000

Diesel Truck FleetService Franchise Information:

We have just launched our unique franchise opportunity
throughout the USA in the semi truck repair business. There
are over 1.5 million semi trucks on the highways and all require regular inspections and maintenance. Our franchisees will be individuals with strong management and marketing skills. We
provide complete training. No experience necessary in the trucking industry. We are offering both single facility franchises and Area Development opportunities.

Q. How much money can I make?
A. We knew you would be concerned! Diesel Truck FleetService has gone through the process of Federal and State legal requirements. We at Diesel Truck FleetService are excited and extremely proud of the profitability and dollar volume our franchisees can earn. THE POTENTIAL FOR PROFIT IS AS LARGE AS YOUR AMBITION.

Q. Why should I invest in a Diesel Truck FleetService instead of my own diesel repair center?
A. In today's service industry, a franchise has a better than 95% chance to be successful compared to less than 20% for a non-established venture.

Q. Do I need mechanic experience?
A. It's helpful, but not necessary. Our Diesel Truck FleetService owner/operators come from every walk of life. The most important quality you can have is desire. Desire to be your own boss. Desire to create a business of your own. Desire to make your own hard work pay off.

Q. What happens when I decide I want to own a Diesel Truck FleetService?
A. Once you have been accepted and have signed the franchise agreement and paid your franchise fee, our representative will assist you in locating a suitable site, if needed. We will also assist in lease negotiations. You will then be scheduled for training in all aspects of owning and operating a Diesel Truck FleetService.

Q. What do I receive for my franchise fee?
A. You receive the knowledge, expertise, and training of our staff. In addition, you will receive complete training, grand opening formats, proprietary operations and training manuals, pre-opening assistance, (lease site, and construction assistance), a variety of plans and drawings and long term corporate support. Remember, your success is our success.

Q. What about advertising?
A. Diesel Truck FleetService has a 1% National Advertising Royalty that is used to promote the Brand and Marks of Diesel Truck FleetService. The Advertising benefits ALL franchisees. Each Franchisee is required to advertise their individual business using 3% of their gross revenue on local media.

Q. Is it necessary that a Franchisee be an owner/operator?
A. At least one principal or qualified designated manager must be actively involved on a full-time basis and be responsible for daily operations.

Q. How do I know if I qualify financially?
A. Upon receipt of your completed confidential franchise application form, it will be reviewed by our franchise review committee. They will advise you as how your financial capability fits within the guidelines.

Q. What is the term of a Diesel Truck FleetService franchise?
A. 10 years with an automatic additional 10 years; however, a renewal fee is required. The agreement is renewed for additional 5-year periods by mutual agreement with no renewal fees.

Q. How much is the initial franchise fee for a Diesel Truck FleetService franchise?
A. $30,000 for a single facility.

Q. What is the total investment required?
A. A minimum of $150,000 will be needed to start with costs varying to a maximum of $200,000. We are more than willing to help you evaluate your situation to help you to determine the approximate investment that will be needed.

Q. Can I franchise more than one location?
A. Yes, but the number will be determined in advance in an Area Development Agreement. A separate franchise agreement will then be signed as each individual site is completed and approved according to the terms of the development agreement. We will also, in some cases, consider a developer's agreement for specific geographical area.

Q. What does the franchise fee cover?
A. It secures the right to own and operate a Diesel Truck FleetService facility, and the use of our trade name, trademark, and manner of doing business. It also includes the following: 1) Layout drawings and details of signs, fixtures, and equipment, all of which create the Diesel Truck FleetService facility; 2) If requested, an evaluation of site selection will be rendered to the franchisee; 3) Training Program; 4) Grand Opening assistance; 5) Advertising support; 6) On-going field support; 7) Special Promotions; 8) Access to a complete distribution system.

Q. Where do I get the equipment?
A. Diesel Truck FleetService has established relationships with equipment manufacturers which enables us to save money for the franchisee on equipment purchases. You may, of course, purchase the equipment independently, as long as it meets Diesel Truck FleetService specifications.

Q. May I sell my franchise rights?
A. Yes, subject to the Franchisor's approval of the purchaser.

Q. What kind of person makes a good franchisee?
A. We are looking for the following qualifications:

  • Outgoing type individuals who can deal effectively with people
  • Sales oriented
  • Business minded
  • Possess enthusiasm and desire to succeed
  • Adequate financing

Q. How much is the royalty fee?
A. The Franchisor requires a royalty-fee of ten percent (10%) of all monthly gross sales.

Please note this franchise is currently not accepting inquiries from HI, CA, WA, ND, SD, MN, WI, IL, IN, VA, RI, NY, MD or from outside the United States. Interested parties should have at least $150,000 to invest.

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Diesel Truck FleetService ™ is currently accepting inquiries from the following states: Wyoming, West Virginia, Vermont, Utah, Texas, Tennessee, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Oregon, Oklahoma, Ohio, Nevada, New Mexico, New Jersey, New Hampshire, Nebraska, North Carolina, Montana, Mississippi, Missouri, Michigan, Maine, Massachusetts, Louisiana, Kentucky, Kansas, Idaho, Iowa, Georgia, Florida, Delaware, Washington, D.C., Connecticut, Colorado, Arizona, Arkansas, Alabama, Alaska.

Interested parties should have at least $150,000 in liquid capital to invest.

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