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Buyers Guide 2016-2017

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www.noln.net 35 " Contact: Loretto Thompson Phone: 800-530-6935 1205 Balmer Road www.k-100.com Youngstown, NY 14174 • Fuel Treatment • Fuel System Cleaner/Fuel Injection • Fuel Handling & Storage • Additives • Chemicals • Lubricants - Other • Tune-Up Supplies K100 Fuel Treatment was developed in 1965 to remove water from fuel. Today's ethanol fuels attract water. K100 Fuel Treatments find water in fuel and encapsulate it, changing it into a combustible compound that burns clean through the fuel system. K100 Fuel Treatments are designed to enhance the performance and efficiency of all gasoline and diesel vehicles. For oil change-plus operators, K100 Fuel Treatments provide facilities with an all-in-one fuel system treatment that eliminates water, adds lubricity, boosts octane in gasoline and cetane in diesel, stabilizes fuel, cleans fuel injector tips and prevents/reverses phase separation in ethanol blended fuels. 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Monthly MagazinE Monthly issues to your mailbox Buyer's Guide industry studies back issues industry posters exclusive online articles digital access Our 30th Year of Serving the Fast Oil Change & Service Industry www.noln.net February 2016 2016 AFTERMARKET OUTLOOK by Lauren Henderson EMPLOYEE RECOGNITION by David Burbach SADDLE UP FOR IFLEX by Amanda Bowman TECHNICIAN OF THE YEAR Bobby Whiteside 2016 Follow us on: Cover Concepts.indd 2 1/20/16 5:14 PM BUYERS GUIDE All of our trusted suppliers in one convenient book 2016/2017 Cover1.indd 1 5/17/16 4:48 PM ® ® The brands, products and solutions to meet your automotive installed needs. 2015 O I L C H A N G E - P LU S The National Oil & Lube News SURVEY RESULTS GENERAL The Oil Change-Plus Survey focuses on the study of the oil change-plus industry. These facilities are those that provide oil changes, but they are not the primary business. Examples of such locations include full-service auto care centers, lube and tire stores, tune-up shops, repair shops, muffler shops, etc. The study is similar to the Fast Lube Operator Survey, conducted each September by NOLN, which is used to evaluate the success of fast lube operations. Survey data is presented below and compared to the 2015 Fast Lube Operator Survey data and 2014 Oil Change-Plus Survey data for reference points. Survey data was gathered from questionnaires, via phone interviews and mailed directly to operators. The responses for the 2015 Oil Change-Plus Survey account for 2,864 facilities and include facilities operating in all 50 states. 2015 2014 2015 (Fast Lube) (Oil Change-Plus) (Oil Change-Plus) Independently owned facilities ...................................................................................................... 30% ........................................................ 67% ...............................51% Franchised facilities ........................................................................................................................ 70% ........................................................ 33% ...............................49% Number of bays per facility .............................................................................................................. 2.9 .......................................................... 6.7 ................................. 8.2 Facilities that also have a carwash.................................................................................................. 62% .......................................................... n/a ...............................34% Cost of goods for standard, full-service LOF ................................................................................ $12.91 .....................................................$13.21 ........................... $15.42 Average ticket total .................................................................................................................... $69.01 .....................................................$90.36 ......................... $117.18 Average number of oil changes per day ......................................................................................... 29.6 ........................................................ 15.0 ............................... 14.8 State inspections per day (by facilities that offer) .......................................................................... 10.8 .......................................................... 8.3 ................................. 9.8 Total number of cars serviced per day (including inspections, repair work, etc.) ............................ 30.6 ........................................................ 40.6 ............................... 33.7 Break-even car count ..................................................................................................................... 19.1 ........................................................ 19.6 ............................... 19.7 Average bay time .................................................................................................................... 18.4 min ................................................. 52.5 min ........................ 49.0 min Days open per week ......................................................................................................................... 6.1 .......................................................... 6.9 ................................. 6.8 Hours open per day ........................................................................................................................ 11.3 .......................................................... n/a ............................... 11.1 Operators who own their building/land ......................................................................................... 45% ........................................................ 43% ...............................57% Operators who lease their building/land ........................................................................................ 55% ........................................................ 57% ...............................43% Average length of ownership/operation .................................................................................. 25 years .......................................................... n/a ......................... 26 years Building/land costs for most recent fast lube (if owned) ........................................................ $847,863 .......................................................... n/a .................... $1,323,038 Cost for leasing building/land (per month) ................................................................................ $5,644 .......................................................... n/a ........................... $7,190 Equipment costs for shop ......................................................................................................... $81,493 .......................................................... n/a ....................... $143,479 Facilities offering free Wi-Fi for customers ...................................................................................... 64% .......................................................... n/a ...............................87% Facilities using closed-circuit television .......................................................................................... 51% .......................................................... n/a ...............................60% OPERATIONS 2015 OCP survey.indd 1 10/20/15 4:04 PM CALL 800.796.2577 OR VISIT NOLN.NET/SUBSCRIBE TODAY Monthly issues to your mailbox Buy 1 Year premium subscription get 6 months FREE This and more NOLN Subscription Third Page Horizontal.indd 1 5/17/16 4:52 PM

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