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Car counts and ARO during Thanksgiving holiday week

Thanksgiving Day sees highest ARO of week while having lowest car count; 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 57, with a high of more than 65 with a low at nearly 30 on the West Coast, though it experienced the highest AROs (see below).

Middle U.S. experienced the lowest AROs last week at $391 while having the highest car counts according to the preceding graphic.

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