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View last week’s trends in car counts and ARO across the regions

See how shops in different regions across the U.S. are performing compared to other areas

Houston—The Tekmetric Index (TM-500) collects data from 500 auto repair shops, a sample of Tekmetric users across the United States. TM-500 monitors economical trends to show how the industry is performing as a whole. Below are last week’s trends in car counts and AROs by region.


Last week’s average car count was 51, and as high as more than 58 with a low at nearly 32.

The West Coast and Northeast experienced the highest AROs last week at $579. The ARO throughout the U.S. was $472.
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