What are the financial requirements for potential ACCI franchisees?
Opening costs vary widely and depend on a variety of factors. Unlike many other Automotive opportunities that require investments in specialized equipment and highly trained technicians, the primary investment in an ACCI franchise is in workforce development.
A franchise sales manager will discuss initial workforce development costs with franchise candidates on an individual basis.
Additional Startup costs not related to workforce development are estimated between $25,000 and $50,000 dependent upon location and cover assets like furniture, computers, signs, advertising and working capital.
Other start up costs:
One Time Initial Franchise fees range from: $25,000 – $100,000 depending on location, existing and expected automotive industry expansion and other competitive factors including current market saturation.
Initial fees include: Use of our established ISO Systems and Documentation, Proprietary Online Data, Invoicing and Scheduling capabilities, and Shared Electronic Data Interchange Services as well as training.