Vehicle Tracking Solutions is the first and only company in the automatic vehicle tracking industry to offer a franchise opportunity.
To buy a franchise with Vehicle Tracking Solutions, you'll need to have at least $45,000 in liquid capital and a minimum net worth of $60,000. Franchisees can expect to make a total investment of at least $57,000. *
Ten reasons for choosing a VTS franchise:
Q. Do I need any special experience or skills to operate a VTS franchise?
A. It's important to have sales experience and the willingness to work hard.
Q. What kind of facility will I need for a VTS location?
A. You can operate from a home-based office. This means you'll have a lower initial investment and faster start-up.
Q. What is the royalty fee?
A. There is no royalty fee. You'll purchase the GPS units from us and sell the units and installation service at your retail prices. You'll also earn a 20% commission from VTS based upon the monthly airtime service fees each client pays to VTS.
Q. What about the total investment?
A. The total investment can range from $51,250 to $57,700 depending upon where your franchise is located and how quickly you obtain new clients.
Q. What about training?
A. The VTS franchise was built upon the premise that good training and support is an essential ingredient for launching a new franchise. Our training program, including on-site assistance, consists of a 2-week program.
Q. How much money can I earn?
A. Your earnings will depend upon your ability to market and sell new clients. As you add new clients your earnings will continue to increase.
To get in on the ground floor of this dynamic franchise opportunity, please complete and submit the form below to receive more information.
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Interested parties should have at least $40,000 in liquid capital to invest.