Auto Equipment Dealer Franchise Law Attorney Mario L. Herman has counseled prospective and current franchisees on auto equipment dealer franchise agreements. When selecting a franchise attorney, it is critical that you choose one that has had experience and gained knowledge in economic booms and busts which are inevitable. Having practiced franchise law for over 30 years, Mario Herman has seen every type of economic environment, from recessions to prosperity, while offering legal counseling auto equipment dealer clients. Franchise attorney Mario Herman offers a complete line of services to prospective franchisees from advising franchisees of the steps to take before buying a business, to the legal ramifications of selling one. Mario Herman also represents franchise clients in arbitration disputes with their franchisor should a dispute arise.
Auto equipment dealer franchises offer a broad range of products and services, such as specialty tools to computer diagnostic service equipment. As automobiles become more computerized and complex, the need for auto equipment dealers that can keep pace with advanced auto diagnostic technology is sure to increase. If you are currently in the market for an automobile equipment dealer franchise there are many popular, well-established franchises to select from.
Examples of Auto Equipment Dealer Franchises
Matco Tools manufactures, distributes, and services automotive equipment, tools, toolboxes and more. The company was founded in 1979 and now offers over 13,000 different products in 1500 franchise locations in all 50 states, Canada, and Puerto Rico.
Snap-On Tools offers over 22,000 automotive power tools, diagnostic equipment, tool storage devices and more. The company differentiates itself from other automotive equipment dealers in that the company franchises “mobile stores” where the franchisee sells directly to automotive mechanic shops, and dealerships.
Midas International Corp was once known for its muffler business but now offers franchise opportunities, such as repair and maintenance of shock absorbers, brakes, tires, and all other automotive equipment products.
If you are considering investing in an auto equipment dealer franchise, the franchisor is required to give you a franchise disclosure document that outlines the information that you will need to make an informed investment decision. FTC law mandates that you receive this document at least 14 days before you sign or pay anything. Call auto equipment franchise lawyer Mario Herman today to discuss your franchise needs.