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Hello all,

 

Do you provide "Price sheets/menus" for customers? We are constantly providing pricing to customers, writing them down on tickets/business cards. We thought it would be a good idea to create some sort of price sheet with our most popular services- oil changes, fluid flushes, tire services, etc just as a reference for customers instead of taking the time to write out one by one. This would not include actual repairs such as tune ups, brakes, etc.

 

 

Any thoughts or additional ideas? We understand that pricing varies from vehicle to vehicle as well as fluid capacity and type, though we would make some kind of notation **.

 

 

Thanks in advance for your thoughts and opinions!

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