a. Mechanic - open minded - out of the box thinker, can absorb new
ideas, TESDA cert. not necessary but a plus.
b. Assistant - Mechanic apprentices, Helpers
c. Secretary - In charge of receiving clients, logging, recording
data, in charge of issuing O.R., Sales Invoices, etc.
a. Accessible - easy to locate for the public;
b. Area - at least 100 sq.m. for a start... GTP is easy and quick
and therefore will require not so big a space;
c. A customer lounge would be a plus but not necessary, at least
some chairs to keep them comfortable and some coffee while they wait;
d. A high place not prone to flooding is a plus.
a. Scan Gauge Tool (for servicing OBD 1 and OBD 2 cars)
b. A PC or Laptop for data storing;
c. Welding Equipment
d. Drill Press
e. Sheet metal snips;
f. Grinder/ Bench Grinder
g. Electric Drill
h. Basic Shop Tools -
i. Basic ramp/ Jack/ Jack stands
4. PERMITS AND LICENSES:
a. TESDA Certification for Automotive Shop (get hold of requirements);
b. Mayors Permit for Business Operations as Automotive repair shop;
c. Business Name from DTI (make your own business name, Ex.
OTG-Billy Green Tech Tuner Garage);
d. License to operate (from the Business Bureau);
e. O.R./ S.I. (Service / Sales Invoice)
f. Company Bank Account
5. SIGNAGES/ PROMOTIONAL MATERIALS:
a. Shop stickers - helps promotes your shop;
b. Flyers/ Brochures - get ideas from OTG-Karis website and
customize to fit your requirements;
c. Tarpaulin Signage - Make your own design;
d. Directional Signages - to be posted on electric posts,
directional arrows and signs to help your clients locate your shop.
These are just the basic requirements for putting up your own OTG Shop.