Ranney said he has seen significant improvement in his sales per car since his customers started using their Bosch Service credit card. “They are more open to getting suggested repairs done,” he said. His seven-bay shop employs five technicians who work on high-end European cars such as BMW, Mini, Mercedes Benz, Porsche, Audi and VW.
The Bosch Service network is a collection of top independent repair centers, servicing gasoline, diesel and hybrid-powered vehicles. Bosch Service centers receive quality parts, diagnostic and wheel service equipment and training from Bosch, the largest automotive original equipment and aftermarket parts manufacturer in the world.
“We encourage independent repair shops to consider joining the Bosch Service network,” said Lippman. “Partnering with the world’s largest supplier of automotive parts and systems to vehicle manufacturers and the aftermarket provides shops with access to the most current technical service information, highest quality parts and a wide variety of merchandising tools,” he said. Interested service centers can request more information on the www.boschcarservice.us website.
Bosch is a supporter of the Automotive Aftermarket Suppliers Association’s Know Your Parts® education and awareness campaign. This initiative promotes the importance of quality brand name aftermarket parts backed by full service suppliers, and its impact on delivering reliable products to today’s motorists. For more information visit: www.AASAKnowYourParts.org.
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