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Auto Dealership Guide

Auto dealers sell a variety of new and used vehicles - usually showcased on a sales lot. New car dealerships are often franchised businesses that focus on a particular manufacturer (Toyota, GM, Hyundai). Primarily used car dealers, however, generally keep an inventory of desirable cars and trucks, or may specialize in a particular make/model. 

Automobile Detailing & Car Wash Guide

The Automobile Detailing and Car Wash Industry is concerned with the specialized cleaning of vehicles. The car wash industry can be broadly divided into three types of cleaning: self serve, automatic bay (where the car remains stationery) and automatic conveyor/belt (where the car is pulled through the car wash). Detailing is a more comprehensive service which can include polishing, interior shampooing or even engine cleaning. The goal of detailing is to restore the appearance of the car as close as possible to brand new.

Automotive Repair Guide

Automotive repair is part of the wider automotive industry and includes regular maintenance as well as collision repair. The work can take place at automotive repair shops, body repair shops, within car dealerships and on a mobile basis.

Courier Guide

Couriers and messengers pick up and deliver messages, parcels, packages, mail, and other items between business establishments.

Import and Export Guide

An import business is defined as a business enterprise that brings commercial goods into Canada, whereas and export business ships commercial good to an international destination. International trade is a vast industry, and there are many types of import/export businesses. For example, an import/export merchant purchases goods directly from a domestic or foreign manufacturer, and then ships and resells the items.

Trucking Guide

Truck Driving business are establishments that provide local or long-distance transportation and logistics services. While many truck drivers work for large or medium sized transport companies, a growing number of drivers are choosing to own and operate their own independent trucking businesses. These small independent trucking companies often grow into larger companies after hiring additional drivers or purchasing new trucks.