Young high school kids who love their autos make every effort to get their driver’s license at the earliest possible opportunity. Proud and responsible parents often encourage this. But as responsible folks who do not often spoil their kids, they may not be too quick to go and rush off to buy their kids their first set of wheels. Kids like these will be working through their school vacations and saving up their weekly pocket money to go and buy their very first motor car. It is a good lesson to be learning about being responsible and earning your own keep.
The parents do what they can and advise the youngsters to not go drinking and driving. And they remind their kids about the college fund they’ve put away for them. Some of the high school kids, it seems to be the guys mostly, are so into their cars, so much so that they want to tinker around with it in their dads’ garages. They want to soup it up a little and they work extra hard to go and buy their new set of mag wheels. Guys with a real passion for wheels say to their dads; never mind the college fund, let’s put it aside for when I want to open up my own auto repair franchise.
These are the smarter than average kids who just happen to be good with numbers. Owning a franchise does take a hefty investment, but thing is, they’ve been saving up for that too. They’ve learned the game well enough, doing their own R & D after they finished their homework. It’s a safer bet than having to go it alone. And it’s a great biz to be in if you’re really passionate about automobiles.