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Transmission Repair Franchise Opportunities

Have a passion for the automotive industry? No previous industry experience is necessary to own a franchise or business opportunity in the growing automotive transmission category. Benefit from a well-known and trusted brand, a turnkey business system, plus training and support. Franchise businesses for sale in this category include AAMCO, All Tune & Lube and more. Explore the wide variety of franchises and business opportunities for sale in this category by clicking on the links below and remember to inquire to multiple opportunities to learn which business is right for you.

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Velox Insurance

Open a Velox Insurance in Your Community! Velox Insurance is one of the Southeast’s premier independent insurance agencies. We are looking for ambitious, goal-driven, and customer-focused franchisees to continue our growth in Georgia. We currently have…

Cash Required: $50,000

Category: Business Services

Farmers Insurance®

Own Your Own Insurance Agency! With Farmers ® , you have a unique opportunity to build your own insurance agency. You will not pay Farmers any money as this is not a franchise opportunity; instead, you can use the $50,000 to get your business up and…

Cash Required: $50,000

Category: Business Services

Fleet Services International

Become an Exclusive Dealer with Fleet Services International (FSI) and join the leader in the Automotive After-Market Industry. Fleet Services International is an on-site commercial fleet maintenance and repair business with a 40 year record of industry…

Cash Required: $75,000

Category: Automotive


Ziebart is the No. 1 Franchise in the Automotive Appearance Services Category! Ziebart offers superior proprietary products and services and a diverse business model. Specializing in professional automotive detailing, window tinting, paint protection films,…

Cash Required: $150,000

Category: Automotive

It’s an exciting opportunity to open a transmission repair franchise, but you can’t expect customers to start walking through your door on their own. A detailed marketing strategy will be essential, and while your chosen franchise may help you create a plan, it’s always good to have some of your own ideas. So here are some thoughts to help you get started.

Look for Fleet Work

Commercial vehicle fleets are a great way to secure a significant amount of work through just one connection or relationship. Commercial fleet jobs are coveted, of course, so you’ll need to get creative to track down leads and close deals. So, for example, it might be necessary to do the work for minimal margin at first to prove your worth and get your foot in the door. Servicing fleets in your area could lead to referrals for other fleet work, and it could help make your name known so more individuals will reach out for appointments, as well.

Promote Convenience

If there is one thing that people hate about having their vehicle worked on, it’s the inconvenience of the process. Most people don’t have a lot of spare time in their day to spend at an auto shop. So if you can come up with creative ways to make your transmission repairs the most convenient option around, promote that convenience as a major selling point.

Lean On Your First Customers

As business gets started and the first few customers start to come through, make sure they are a powerful part of your marketing program. Offer them incentives to refer their friends and family to you and ensure they get the very best service right from the start. Positive word of mouth is incredibly powerful in this industry, but it doesn’t happen accidentally.

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