Check to see if the name has been taken in CT...Arras Tire Shop LLC d/b/a Arras Snow Tire Rental!That's an interesting concept. I wonder why snow tire rentals aren't offered in the U.S.?
Don't forget the storage costs as well . . .Check to see if the name has been taken in CT...Arras Tire Shop LLC d/b/a Arras Snow Tire Rental!
The problem is that you may have to charge a lot. If you charge $750 per winter, then if tires last 3 seasons, you could earn $2250. However, the tires might cost $1000 and the cost of mount and dismount may cost $300, earning you about $900. If the tires last 2 season, you might earn $300. If the tires last one season, then you lose money.
Not a very stable business, I think. Short term rentals at a high price, like in Munich, seems profitable
...and labor, equipment costs, insurance costs, rent, business taxes. Doesn't seem like a good business unless there is a steady market. For European delivery, the costs of tire rental is fairly high and the tires get possibly used by a few customers every winter. ***8364;250 is the cost for a 3 series for 2 days and ***8364;29 for each additional day. With that usage, 3 customers renting for a week could yield ***8364;1200 but for the U.S. market where a business model might be to rent to one customer for an entire season.Don't forget the storage costs as well . . .