1. How much does it cost to become an Amsoil dealer?
The initial cost to become an Amsoil dealer is only $25 for the registration fee. There are no expensive startup kits required like with many direct sales opportunities.
2. Do Amsoil dealers make money?
Yes, Amsoil dealers can earn a generous 25-35% commission on all product sales. Top dealers generate six-figure annual incomes by building a successful business. With hard work and dedication, it’s very possible to profit from an Amsoil dealership.
3. Can I run my Amsoil dealership part-time?
Absolutely. One of the great benefits of an Amsoil dealership is the flexibility to operate it as a part-time side business around your existing schedule and commitments. Many dealers successfully grow their business starting with just a few hours per week.
4. Do I need automotive experience to be an Amsoil dealer?
No previous mechanical or technical experience is required. Amsoil provides comprehensive training programs to help all dealers gain product knowledge. What’s most important is a strong work ethic and customer service skills. Dealers of all backgrounds can succeed.
5. How do I get customers as a new Amsoil dealer?
Amsoil provides dealers with marketing materials and training on effective promotion strategies. Popular options include utilizing social media, email marketing, local networking, online advertising, and partnering with automotive shops. Consistent effort is key – be sure to try various tactics to see what works best for your business.
6. Can I sponsor other dealers under my network?
Yes, one of the benefits of being an official Amsoil dealer is the ability to sponsor other dealers and customers under your organization. As they grow their businesses, they earn generous commissions – this is a primary way top dealers achieve high annual incomes. Recruiting and supporting others is an important part of maximizing your dealership’s potential.
7. What products do Amsoil dealers sell?
Amsoil dealers have access to the full line of premium synthetic lubricants, filters, additives, and other automotive performance products. Popular items include synthetic motor oils, transmission fluids, gear lubes, fuel additives, and air filters. Dealers can choose to specialize in certain vehicle types or industries like diesel, powersports, racing, etc. Inventory options are vast.