Selling and installing tires is very complex. A novice definitely needs the training to get their career started and build good habits before bad ones are learned. Experienced salespeople and installers will benefit by solidifying their knowledge and being recognized with an ASE-type certification.
Lowering your risk for starters. Wheel offs are the biggest claim in the tire industry. Processes and procedures outlined in the curriculum can help reduce that risk, thus lowering your expenses and bad reviews.
Increasing sales by knowing what questions to ask and being able to quickly guide a customer through the sales process will lead to more sales.
Better reviews and customer experience, especially when their vehicle rides better than it did before will build trust and long-term relationships, not just a one-time customer.
25476 Friendship Rd., Suite C, Daphne, AL 36526.
MOB—Mobile, AL Regional
BFM—Mobile, AL Downtown (May not be available all the time)
Not necessarily for Technician Certification, but you must have a mechanical aptitude and good understanding of automotive systems and their functions to be able to understand the material.
You definitely need experience and a strong background in vehicle systems to be a Trainer.
No. Every tool and equipment needed is provided.
No. Lunch will be provided as part of your fee.
We have a number of hotels in Daphne and Spanish Fort right next to I-10. There are numerous restaurants of every kind in the area. You may want to check out an AirBnB as well.
You have 2 1/2 hours to complete the test. It is open book, but not an easy test at all.
It typically takes 3-4 weeks to get the response from TIA.
Yes. Upon passing the test, you will receive a certification letter and shoulder patches for your uniforms.