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post #1 of 50 (permalink) Old 11-30-2011, 10:17 PM Thread Starter
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Mobile Motorcycle Business....Feedback Requested

I want to hear your feedback on this.

Would you be more inclined to support a mobile motorcycle business that came to your house and worked on your bike?

No more finding somebody to follow you to a shop to drop it off and then finding another ride to go pick it up. Simply place a phone call or email and a good mechanic shows up and works on your baby while you are at work. Purchase products from us and we do the install as well.

Most service work would be done on-site within reason.....tire changes, oil changes, install bodywork, chain kits, brake lines/pads/rotors, master cylinders. Major engine work would be excluded...

Reason I ask...we are doing mobile service work on cars now and people love the service. Everyone has a vehicle so everyone's a potential customer. We added brake jobs and are getting ready to add tire installation as well. How cool is that you can have your oil changed, brakes done, and tires installed on your car while you are at work or at home watching football! As an added bonus we will automatically rotate your tires for FREE after you purchase them from us every other oil change so you don't have to worry about it.

I'm looking at adding the motorcycle aspect in the spring and the next market we expand into will be Chicago.

Checkout our website now for an idea.... www.CarTLC.com

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Suspension work would also be available at your door.....

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Hey Kevin... I think it's an idea thats been a long time coming. Thumbs up for Quality work right at the person's own home.

Given that we're not always afforded the time to get to the shop because of work, etc., I'd welcome mobile service

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You know me Kevin and you know a service like this is something that appeals to me in terms of my motorcycle. Depending on the service cost, things like ss brake line install, shock install, tire mounting, etc I'd be willing to pay for if I never had to leave my house


For me it's more a time issue than anything. I could do some of the basic work or learn to do others, but between work, school, house, and 3 kids I can't be in the garage all day. Heck I barely can spend an hour in there on the weekend. With that said when you coming to install an Accossato and lines again!!

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Well...
If you use an enlcosed trailer...
Well it sound like club racing. At someone elses home.

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Trailers are cumbersome....Dodge Sprinter's are awesome and work perfect for this...good fuel mileage, enough room and you can stand up inside. Also you can set up a canopy outside and still have a tire machine and a work table with.

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I agree it's a great service and it's the future of car care. Just like in my industry, automotive detailing, we provide mobile detailing at clients' homes along with at our shop. Some prefer to drop it off and pick up in a few days, others won't budge from their house, whether it's a 2 hour wax detail or 2 day paint correction.

I'm definitely a potential client of this business and can see it appealing to many others. At the same time though, it might not be as big for motorcycles as most guys with motorcycles are DIY guys and don't "need" their motorcycles up to snuff asap, as they do their cars. Best of luck either way, I'm sure it'll do great in both categories.

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do you own the business?

Just wondering why it costs so much to change a serpentine belt?


I do know there are several guys on here that do it privately. Not sure how high of a demand it would be unless they venture into doing both automotive and bikes.
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Great idea. Getting rides to shops can be a real pain, especially for minor work.
What kind of extra cost would there be? Would it be structured per service work needed, distance or just a flat travel fee tacked on to the labor? Just curious. Next season may involve a new shock for the track bike.

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Kevin,

I'm a mobile mechanic for a heavy equipment company - here are a few things to keep in mind.

1. Maintenance/PM services on a service vehicle add up quickly - this adds to overhead.
2. You won't be able to do everything out in the field
3. Not working in a controlled environment (i.e. the shop) adds an element of surprise to every repair. Repairs on-site will take longer, and most on-site technicians will not work for book-time rates.
4. Some customers that have townhomes/condos aren't allowed to work on their cars in their driveways, etc.
5. Working out in the heat can be uncomfortable, but working in the cold simply FUCKING SUCKS.
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It all comes down to cost. I don't have a problem bringing my bike in for service, so if it's a lot more, I'd take it in myself. Being that I know you, I would be more interested in having you do the work, the convienience at my house would only be a bonus.

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As already stated above, cost would be the determining factor, but I would pay a reasonable premium for not wasting my time and someone elses time to drop off and pick up the bike to/from a shop.

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i think it's a great idea.
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Our serpentine belt pricing is the same as everybody else down here at your cheaper shops.

Yeah, I know about the heat...I worked outside all summer long and it was over 90 everyday and WAY humid....great weight loss program. Winters are mild down here. In chicago I wouldn't do motorcycle stuff in the dead of winter if I had to be outside....I can work from inside a heated sprinter with a bike on a lift.

Yeah that's why I want to keep it simple in the field on stuff....things that run into potential problems create headaches...that's why we only do the stuff you see on vehicles...getting ready to add tire installation. It's all consumable stuff that people need and is easy to do. I did some more involved service on friend stuff down here and it turned into a nightmare....wasted time getting parts, other stuff broken, etc.

That bike stuff I listed is a piece of cake for me to do. DIY guys will always DIY. However, you would be amazed at how many guys don't know how to change oil in there bikes or a lot of them simply don't have the time.

There would no additional cost for mobile...just our shop hourly rate.

We've had no problems with HOA rules....people don't say anything when it's a commercial business rolling up...just like the mobile autoglass repair guys.

My biggest expense is fuel...that's why you need something that gets good gas mileage. Lack of shop overhead helps make up for cost of vehicle/easy to expand.

The biggest dilemma with Chicago is just traffic...you can't run all over the city...you have to service certain areas of town on certain days.

Yes flat rates would not apply...however I've never paid flat rates...guys just tend to hammer stuff together with an impact gun to make more money. I don't run my business this way.

I helped a buddy launch the company...he's the one with the money. Plan is to go nationwide. I like his philosphy..."I'm certainly not investing in the stock markets right now because it's worse than going to vegas...I'd rather invest in people...better chance of a good return."

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Thanks for the input guys...keep it coming.

Yes cold weather does suck! Amazing how much warmer it is 300 miles south of Chicago.

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Dude, throw in a chick to give a massage while some dude works on my bike and THEN THE CHICK gives me the happy ending post rub down, HELL YEAH - BRING DAT SHT TO ME MENG

But seriously, love the idea

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I think it's a great idea.

In my opinion, QUALITY SERVICE is what often sets one business apart from another... and a service offering such as "we come to you" is a solid idea. And even better, you really have no one doing the same thing either!
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Ok Ed, I'm going to go ahead and beat TNat to the punch and point out that you just typed:

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Just saying, you may want to proofread a little more.

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Ok Ed, I'm going to go ahead and beat TNat to the punch and point out that you just typed:



Just saying, you may want to proofread a little more.
HAHAHAHHAHA - Did not even see that

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Honestly, I'm not crazy about the idea. not sure if I'd want some truck parked in my driveway all day. although I did enjoy the pickup and delivery service that Corse Ducati used to offer me. My bikes were transported via sprinter back and forth from the shop, whenever I needed service.

is there a significant cost advantage to doing the work "on the road" Kevin? I would assume you would still need some kind of shop as a home base. plus your going to have owners watching over your shoulder driving you nuts with a 1000 questions. and not to mention as we all know sportbikers are CHEAP, if they see something looks a little too easy while watching you, they are gonna bitch all day about over paying.




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I think its a great idea as long as it is just an option. Some may like going to the actual store or may be iffy about having someone go to their house. I would think this would get more use on a weekend or benefit those w/out a trailer or that have trouble getting a ride.

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I would make it available 6 days a week but during the week people are at work...nobody to look over your shoulder.

Yes sportbike guys are cheap...but they are only part of the segment. I'm also talking cruiser and Harley guys....yes we would add the darkside into the equation

Harley guys have money and a lot more of them work/own their own businesses....they don't have the knowledge or the time to work on their own stuff.

You really don't need a shop. Go rent a centrally located storage unit to store parts/chemicals/tires. Most parts from your distributors are next day...setup a UPS store mailbox and somebody is there to receive your packages in the morning...swing by and pick up parts on the way to the job.

Tony....the cost advantage is not having a big shop to cover the overhead on and also....you open up a larger demographic that you can reach and provide a service/convenience that no one else is doing. People who live up north aren't going to drive to the southside to get work done unless it's big. Being mobile...if you work up north on Tuesday's you just schedule it in for that day.

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I'm just trying to be ahead of the curve as brick and mortars are getting pummeled because everybody is going to the internet anyway with a lot of their business and removing shops except for service work...or if they can match/come close to dealer pricing.

You can't keep the doors open making 10-15% on parts.

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Honestly, I'm not crazy about the idea. not sure if I'd want some truck parked in my driveway all day. although I did enjoy the pickup and delivery service that Corse Ducati used to offer me. My bikes were transported via sprinter back and forth from the shop, whenever I needed service.

is there a significant cost advantage to doing the work "on the road" Kevin? I would assume you would still need some kind of shop as a home base. plus your going to have owners watching over your shoulder driving you nuts with a 1000 questions. and not to mention as we all know sportbikers are CHEAP, if they see something looks a little too easy while watching you, they are gonna bitch all day about over paying.
+1 not too keen on the idea. It's a great idea, but in practice I see it not being profitable. Basically what you are proposing is to gain more business from the people unwilling to drop their bikes off at your place on their own, and to save money by not having a shop. I think the trade off is not worth it in the long run.

You should keep a CHEAP space to work out of and offer free pickups or discounted pickups for certain jobs. A tire change or oil change is one thing, but a clutch job that needs a new pressure plate or inner hub after the thing is apart is a pain, for everybody. And then good luck getting paid for the half job you did while waiting for parts. Once the customer sees how "easy" it is to put back together what you took apart, the job goes south.

Right now nobody wants to pay any extra for ANYTHING, no matter how skilled or convenient or unique your service is. Your emphasis on cruisers or Harleys makes more sense though instead of sportbikes. The cheapness of a sportbiker knows no bounds. I have seen people bring bikes to my shop on their sides with a rented Uhaul trailer because they didn't want to pay an extra $50 for enclosed insured damage free professional towing. It's retarded.

Whatever you decide, good luck Kevin.
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This is just me personally, the only time I would think about utilizing this service is when the car breaks down along the side of the road. They do this for Big rigs. But that is not what you are focusing on.

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