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Old 10-25-2019, 01:42 PM
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I was looking around on the net for the same tools their offering in their packages and have found the same lockout set for about $43 to $44.00 less than what they're selling their lockout package for that includes the same training DVD and manual along with the 12 providers you need to sign up with. Their package for that is $209.95

The best price I have found that lockout set for to include tax with free shipping is $66.75 plus their $100.00 for the list of there providers that comes to a total of $166.75 versus spending at their cost of $209.95 thats a savings of $43.20

Go to ebay and type this in the search bar, OHJS4 and you will see the very same lockout set there for less than what their wanting for it. Ebay is not the only place it can found, there are other websites that list that set as well. If someone was going to actually purchase this package from them directly with the non communication people are and have been experiencing from them not to mention the issues that one poster has been experiencing in not receiving their tools. At least with ebay you have a tracking link on your items you've purchased so you can see the progress of it being shipped and transit status not to mention the savings you gain from it.

In total all an individual would need from this company would be their 12 list of providers and that's instant as it comes right to your email address, no waiting on shipping. Concerning jump boxes, again like the lockout set that also can purchased from other sources as well and probably for far less than the prices they have them listed for. That equates to another added savings.

I'm going to assume depending on a persons residing location and the volume of calls compounded by the time of the call would determine how much you would make per call X daily X weekly. That's not including mainteance X gas compounded by wear and tear on your automobile that your using. Yes, there is that, overhead costs like with most things. Have I personally made any moves in getting involved with them, no I have not, only looking at some variables.
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Just in case people are wondering, I LONG ago decided to not try this. This was months and months ago. I've found a few jobs since then, and I'm starting yet again, tomorrow, at something that will at least be a very stable, long term thing, albeit for less money and not what I want to do.
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Since it’s been a month I figured I’d see if anyone has had any success with the company yet?
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If you really want to do this, do it for yourself. Especially if you have the skills and tools already. Lockout are easy for 85% of all vehicles these days. You just need the right tools and watch a few vids on how to use them.

https://www.amazon.com/Rhino-Strong-...SIN=B07751F8Y3

Buy the bags, the reach tool and the wedge. The wedge is semi optional, but it does help. Get a decent jump box with an airpump and a gas can. If you do tire changes, get an aluminum speed jack and a cordless impact with at least 2 batteries. Then sign up with the providers. AAA(pays the least and hardest to qualify for) and the various insurance companies. It isn't hard to sign up. Some of them will start you on calls very quickly. The larger area you agree to service, the more calls you will get.

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