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    Taking Charge of Your Operation

    July 1, 2023
    July reminds us to be the difference and take action to better your business.
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    Customer Service Accelerated

    July 1, 2023
    When customers drive hard, make sure you're there to keep up with the maintenance
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    The Extra Step

    July 1, 2023
    How can you reduce warranties on new designs?
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    How Will AVs Impact Traffic Fines and Fees?

    July 1, 2023
    Autonomous vehicles may affect DMVs and state budgets.
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    Shop Look

    Shop Look: Mountain Lakes Auto Wash and Express Lube of Hewitt, New Jersey

    July 1, 2023
    This thoughtfully designed shop emulates a cabin vibe in a quick lube setting.

    More content from July 2023

    Ben Keeling
    The team at Pit Lane Oil Change focuses on conversation and connection at their small town shop.
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    Committed to Customers

    July 1, 2023
    Running a successful shop starts by understanding the customer base.
    Hanna Bubser
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    iFLEX 2023: The Quick Lube Perspective

    July 1, 2023
    The annual expo shed light on topics that impact this industry.
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    The 100-Point Inspection

    July 1, 2023
    Can a courtesy inspection go too far?
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    Are You Too Hands-On?

    July 1, 2023
    Learn when to micromanage, and when to hand off tasks and responsibilities to your staff to create better workflow.
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    Carolina Quick Lube owner Joe Benza has this industry in his blood, having grown up with a shop owner as his father.

    Too Good to Leave Behind

    July 1, 2023
    Joe Benza couldn’t resist an opportunity to return to the industry.
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    Changing the Building 

    June 30, 2023
    Expansion requires flexibility.