EZ Spare Wheel - Franchise
Quick Franchise Summary
EZ Spare wheels are a tool resource that a progressive wheel remanufacturer, mobile wheel repair company or recon bundler can use to gain a competitive advantage. Your business can become more efficient, as well as deliver services, using these innovative products that provide customers greater flexibility and convenience. Learn more now!
EZ Spare Wheel
Franchise Cost, Fees & Facts for 2021
- Canada, India, United Kingdom and other countries
EZ Spare Wheel - Franchise Information
EZ Spare Wheel is a co-manufacturer and patent holder for a unique line of alloy wheels used as a space saver or full-size spare. The products are sold via e- commerce or by select automotive retailers. Our patented Easy Fit system technology transforms our alloy wheels into a universal wheel that can fit most makes and models of vehicles. Our system is ideal to use as a specific spare for a specific vehicle or use in the roadside assistance industry as an alternative to being towed when a consumer has a flat. Millions of consumers have been impacted as a result of this change worldwide.
EZ Spare also co-manufactures a revolutionary, lightweight techno polymer(hi-strength) wheel that provides solutions for collision shops and other automotive facilities when a car is awaiting tires or wheels replacements or repairs and is placed on a lift or jack stands and cannot move. Our wheel provides mobility and renders the car safe to drive in a shop or parking lot and enables the facility to continue to cycle the car through the various stages of repair.
We are seeking to establish country distribution agents/ entrepreneurial partners that love cars, the car industry and enjoys direct sales, e-commerce and managing accounts. It is possible to build a multimillion-dollar business within an exclusive territory and make a substantial income while fulfilling a consumer and commercial need in the market.
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Central America, South America, Spain, Italy, Germany, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Africa, Middle East (GCC countries), India, Asia, Japan, Australia, New Zealand