It's nearing the end of the financial year, and the perennial question is raising its head: Could the tax man buy your new wheel aligner?
Now, here at Absolute Alignment we can't pretend to answer that question as we're not financial advisers, but it's a fact that many organisations make capital purchases with their "profits" at about this time of year. Have you considered wheel alignment for your workshop?
Wheel alignment is a growing market. A major tyre manufacturer discovered that 8 out of 10 cars in one supermarket car park needed wheel alignment, so there is a great need to help motorists Stay Safe, Stay Legal, Save Money.
Supposing a workshop can invest just £6850 (+ VAT) in an Absolute Alignment Bluetooth Pro aligner to meet this demand. Assume that workshop does just one front wheel alignment (usual price £30) per day, five days per week. At this rate of earnings the machine would be paid off in less than twelve months.
But it doesn’t stop there. Our model shows just the basic example of how your Bluetooth Pro will reach payback. Moving on from simple front wheel alignment, four-wheel alignment can often be charged at £45+ per car, and with 40% of cars on the road carrying some sort of suspension damage (Source: AA Report) there is the likelihood of further profitable work to be carried out thereby boosting profits further.
These are dreadful times, and even when the full lockdown ends life will never be normal again. But we’re all in business, we can’t just sit on our hands and wait otherwise we will be left behind. Now is the time to invest, and Absolute Alignment can be alongside you every step of the way. Check out our virtual showroom at www.absolutealignment.co.uk, and give us a call. We’re ready to help in line within government guidelines. Think about how adding wheel alignment to your workshop will help you, then call the Technical Team on 01252 549340 or CONTACT US online. Don't leave it too late - we have stocks but they're moving fast and your order will need to be completed by the beginning of April.
Please do speak to your accountant before investing!