Get All Necessary Information
Get the information on requirements to start a business in the given area, the demand of trucks as this will vary with each area. Also look into what kind of terms are the truck manufacturers offering and what are their requirements to be a seller of their products. Also know how much you will need to invest initially to get the business up and running. Once you have done your homework, you should have a reasonably smooth sailing from here onwards.
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Get the Licenses
The next thing to do is to get licenses from the local authority. This will be done after you rent the space for the dealership. Your facility should meet at least the minimum safety and security standards along with the minimum size requirement. Once have all the required clearances at hand, the local authority will issue you the license for the business.
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Setup the Dealership
Once you have the all clear, set up the dealership. You will need to set up offices, a shop and will need to hire experienced sales personnel who have worked in the automotive industry. Once everything is setup, get your inventory in and start selling the trucks.
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Do advertise at the local level to get some attention for your newly setup business. Special deals offered during the early phase can help in gaining sales and make loyal customers. Advertise on radio and if possible on the local TV channels as well. An advertisement in the local Gazette also helps a great deal.
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