Numbers: The Merits of OEM Certifications

Aug. 29, 2019
Though investing in OEM certifications isn’t cheap, shops that do tend to be viewed favorably by customers.

Investing in manufacturer certifications means shop owners must devote significant sums—occasionally reaching six figures—toward annual renewal fees, training, and purchasing equipment. Yet, the investments largely pay dividends, judging by information gleaned from the 2019 FenderBender Industry Survey. Here’s a closer look, above, at how OEM certifications are impacting shops.  

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