You will find that a Snap-on franchise has a relatively low initial license fee, a low monthly fee, no advertising fee and no initial training fee. And, since you have a mobile store, you don't have all the expenses most fixed-site franchises have, and you won't even have employee expenses unless you choose to expand your operation. This lower overhead makes it easier for you to invest in your business and build your equity and net worth. In addition, Snap-on’s financing affiliate Snap-on Credit offers a variety of financing programs to finance the majority of the investment with down payments as a low as $17,500 for qualified applicants.
Depending on how you pay for various parts of the business and including whether you buy or lease your mobile store, your investment can vary.
Out-of-pocket start up expenses for a standard franchise:
Range from $30,346 to $47,801 when using Snap-on franchise financing
Includes $9,585 to $15,084 working capital
Estimated total initial investment range:
Overall low-end: $159,742
Overall high-end: $316,254
Snap-on Credit has financing programs available that may meet your initial investment needs. A complete listing of start-up expenses can be found in item 7 of the franchise disclosure document (FDD).