FleetCleanUsa-32Typical Start Up Costs

Below are the most typical costs that are involved. Actual start up costs will vary depending on the size and location of the market you wish to develop.

Costs Involved Typical
Initial Franchise Fee (ranges from $20K – $75K)  $25,000
Equipment and Truck Outfitting (per vehicle) (ranges from $29K to $125K) $75,000
Parts and Chemicals (3 month supply) (ranges from $2K – $7K) $5,000
Computer, iPhone (ranges from $1,00 to $3,000) $1,200
Misc. Startup Costs (Licenses, Permits, etc.) (ranges from $2K to $40K) $10,000
Typical Initial Investment $116,250


Financing is available through our network of preferred lenders.  Fleet Clean has secured relationships with lenders because of our proven track record of success.

Net-Worth Requirements

We require a minimum net worth of $125,000 and liquid capital of $50,000

Veteran’s and First Responder Discount

Fleet Clean is Veteran friendly and offers a $5,000 discount on the initial Franchise Fee to brave men and women who serve our country.


Earnings Claims

The Average Gross Revenue for franchised units for Fiscal Year 2015 was $450,106.87 with an average EBITDA of $123,611.36 or 27.4% 


*Figures reflect averages for five (5) franchise-owned outlets that opened before January 1, 2015 as published in Item 19 of the Fleet Clean Systems, Inc., April 2016 Franchise Disclosure Document. The financial performance representation contained in Item 19 of our April 2016 Franchise Disclosure Document also includes average sales for company-owned outlets.  The typical startup costs are based on Item 7 of the Fleet Clean Systems, Inc., April 2016 Franchise Disclosure Document.  Actual startup expenses can range from $100,625 – $346,125.  This is dependent on the location which you select to open your own Fleet Clean location.
A new franchisee’s results may differ from the represented performance. There is no assurance that you will do as well and you must accept that risk. This offering is made by prospectus only.
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