etyres Franchise Review

etyres is a company that specialises in providing mobile tyre replacement services. As a franchisee you will be the face of etyres in your own patch.

About The Company

etyres are a business that provide tyre changing at the roadside or a location that is convenient to customers. As a etyres franchisee you will act as an agent for etyres and providing the physical side of the service. Because of the business structure that etyres uses, they are able to offer lower costs than traditional garage and service settings. This is good news for you as a franchisee as it allows you to keep your overheads down and to work on your own schedule. etyres is a full member of the British Franchise Association.

How to Apply and Training

Application to become an etyres franchisee is a simple enough process involving application, raising finances, signing the franchise agreement, training and then you are on the road and carrying out your business. The training is relatively brief and comprises a one week period working hands on with another franchisee and a week in training on business management. etyres actually handle all bookings for your new franchise via their call centre and online bookings.

What is the Initial Investment?

A etyres is a relatively cheap option and will cost you £20,000 if you register your interest before the end of July. After this the franchise costs will go up to the usual cost of £30,000. This franchise fee covers sourcing a vehicle but not the costs of it so you will have this cost to consider too.

How Much Can This Earn?

This isn’t discussed by etyres but due to the low costs, both start-up and the running costs of the business, there should be profit in here somewhere.

Conclusion

etyres is an interesting proposition as it isn’t quite your own business in the same way that some franchises are. That having been said it does have low set up costs and a is something that with a little application anybody can do. This leads me to believe that this is a franchise that would suit somebody young who wishes to start operating their own business with a reasonably well known brand.

 

 

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  1. tony says:

    Why can this lot be left trading

    The nd and owner was a bankrupt and never told any one

    Lots of franchisees have failed owing money yet they continue to sell franchises that don’t work

    Does anyone check what bowman and his mob say is true.

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