Inventory of Auto Dealer Supplies Should Include Oil Change Stickers

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Warmer weather means more car repairs and tune-ups, and that means auto shops need to make sure they have enough supplies on hand.

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It's easy for an auto dealer to run out of critical supplies.

Oil change stickers should be at the top of the shopping list for any auto dealer looking to replenish supplies for its repair shop.

“Especially with the weather warming up so quickly, a lot of people are already taking their vehicles in for oil changes and tune-ups. It’s easy for an auto dealer to run out of critical supplies,” said Paul Brown, president of AutoShop Express.

Ordering rolls of 500 or 1,000 labels in multiples of five is often a great way for an auto dealer to save money on oil change reminder stickers and keep inventory at sufficient level, he said.

Another good tactic to save money on auto dealer supplies is to look for a vendor that offers no-cost shipping for orders over a certain dollar amount, as well as free personalization for oil change stickers with no set-up fees.

Personalization, in fact, is the key reason for using oil change stickers in the first place, Brown said. “Customized oil change reminder stickers give customers an easy, convenient way to contact the auto dealer when they need their next oil changes. It’s a cost-efficient, simple method of customer retention.”

Besides personalization, other important attributes of a good oil change sticker include:

  •     Easy-to-read type
  •     Dimensions that make the sticker noticeable – 1-1/2" x 2-1/2" is considered optimal
  •     Static vinyl material with very low tack backing to allow sticker to easily cling to glass

As a long-time distributor of auto dealer supplies, Ohio-based AutoShop Express is well-versed in developing oil change stickers that help improve repair shops’ customer retention rate.

The company offers a comprehensive range of auto dealer supplies, including Versa-Tag key tags and service dispatch control tags. Visit to learn more.

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