Oil Change Franchise that Drives Results

$262,416*

AVERAGE EBITDAR FOR TOP 50% OF SALES AVERAGES

$1,053,386*

AVERAGE GROSS REVENUE FOR TOP 50% OF SALES AVERAGES
*Based on franchisee-owned Grease Monkey centers that were in the Top 50% of average sales for fiscal year 2020. This information appears in our 2021 FDD under Item 19.

Auto Industry, by the numbers.

279 million

Vehicles on American roads in 2020.

Source: IHS Markit
3 trillion

The number of miles traveled in a typical year.

Source: Federal Highway Administration
12.1 years

The average age of American vehicles in 2020.

Source: IHS Markit
2 million

Customers served by Grease Monkey® in 2020.

Why Customers and Franchisees love us

Grease Monkey® has been one of the best oil change franchises in the nation for four decades thanks to our ability to deliver consistently fast, excellent customer service. Our Certified Pit Crew program ensures customers are served by well-trained auto maintenance technicians. Our Business Model is designed to help you deliver this service. You don’t need a background in the auto industry.

Why Grease Monkey
Why Customers Love Us

475+
UNITS

FAST-GROWING BRAND
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Transform your oil change businesses into a Grease Monkey®

We are looking for opportunities to grow. If you own an independent oil change business considering options for the future, we want to talk. There are a few great options available:

  1. Convert your business to the Grease Monkey brand. By tapping into our support structure, systems, and branding, you can make your business easier to sell in the future.
  2. Ready to sell now? We’re buying.
Transform your Facility
Transform your oil change business

Awards and recognition

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DO I QUALIFY?

Minimum Financial Qualifications:

  • Cash Available to Invest: $150,000
  • Net worth: $450,000

Background Qualifications:

You DO NOT need an automotive background. What you do need:

  • Passion for great customer service
  • Willingness to be engaged in the business, even if using a general manager.
  • Willingness to follow the business model.