The AutoDetailingGuide website was designed to include information that wasn’t available anywhere else when I was starting my own auto detailing business. We appreciate your interest in learning more about us. Now we write about excellent sources of auto detailing equipment, auto detailing supplies, important business insurance, training, and organization systems. Hopefully, this knowledge will help you improve the profitability of your detail shop or mobile detailing business.
One of the most important aspects of running any kind of business is having the right business insurance coverage. Auto Detailing Liability Insurance is no less important. With a detail shop, your insurance requirements are more specific than many other businesses. Mainly because you have care, custody, and control of customer vehicles. Which exposes you to greater liability if you damage a vehicle.
Many businesses in the detailing and tinting industry pay their workers by check and issue a 1099 at the end of the year calling them “independent contractors”. Paying anybody under the table is illegal and bad business.
So what exactly is “Auto Detailing Business Best Practices”? It’s a fairly simple concept actually. All of these “best practices” actually contribute to developing more business and building a great reputation. Our shop doubled our sales and tripled our profits after implementing this for only 2 months. Those kinds of results made it worthwhile to keep promoting and improving these ideas.
When you are in the detailing business, you need to make sure that all your bases are covered. You have issues flying at you from everywhere. Employee issues, insurance, taxes, equipment breakdowns, growing the business, marketing, sales, etc., etc. Pretty much a standard day in any entrepreneur’s life, but the difference with the detailing business is that most of the heavy lifting is done by you, the owner.