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Northeast Repair Shops Still Busy, But Cautious About Future


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From what I am hearing from my fellow shop owner friends, the shops in my area, Northeast (New York), auto repair shops are busy and steady. However, there is a feeling from many shop owners to be cautious about the future. 

Things that give shop owners concern: Inflation, the cost of living affecting the consumer's ability to afford auto repairs, dissatisfaction with the current administration,  and possible recession. 

Your thoughts? 

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5 hours ago, xrac said:

Business has slowed but his still strong. I think business will be string until people are able to buy new and used cars again at a decent price and adequate selection. Then things may fall off the cliff. 

Frank, that's what happened in my market area after the 2008/09 recession. People held back from buying new cars, but then a flood of people purchased new cars, and we saw the dip in business. Build now while business is still good, in order to ride the slower times. We have been through this before, we are no strangers to the economic roller coaster. 

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