ETI Marketing Research Projects
The Equipment and Tool Institute conducts Market Research projects to assist our members in bringing new and improved equipment and tools to the marketplace. ETI surveys approximately 25,000 automotive repair facilities in an effort to find out more about their familiarity with and use of tools, equipment, services and technology. ETI members use this research to provide aftermarket shops with new and improved tools, equipment and services.
The Market Research Studies are valued at $15,000 each. Complete studies including spreadsheets, PowerPoints and documents are included in these studies. They are available to Full ETI Members at no cost and to Associate members for $1,500. The Market Research Studies are not available to non-members. Companies under $10,000,000 in size can join the Institute as an associate member for $1,000 a year. Click here to learn more about ETI membership.
Flash Reprogramming and Aftermarket Service Information Research Project
ETI’s fifth Market Research Study takes an updated look at Flash Reprogramming and the separate topic of Aftermarket Service Information.
Product ID #PX00B1NUC0 2013
A/C Service - Equipment and Trends and Hybrid Service and Battery Repair
The Hybrid Service and Battery Repair portion evaluates repair facilities involvement with the service of hybrid/electric vehicles. The topics covered in this report are identifying which hybrid vehicles are currently serviced and how, why facilities are not involved in servicing hybrid vehicles, what types of tools and equipment and tools are used, and what training and support the market needs to grow hybrid service business.
To order the CD, please click here use our online payment center and specify that the payment is for the A/C and Hybrid Research Project or contact Jessie Korosec at 248-656-5080 or email@example.com.
Product ID # PX00ZK922C 2012
Collision Repair Research Project
ETI's third Market Research Study covers the collision repair market. This report will inform as to the brands collision repair shops work on the most; when and what equipment shops plan to buy; shop experiences with each brand and how available repair information is; and collision shop management and training plans.
Other topics include: Insurance Vs. Consumer job blend, Shop participation in DRP/PRO programs, What are the environmental and safety concerns, What vehicle systems are the most difficult to repair?
ETI will use this research to help its members provide aftermarket shops with better tool and equipment solutions.
You must be a Full Member of ETI to receive the Market Research Study at no cost. If you are an Associate Member of ETI, you can purchase the CD for $1,500. If you are not a member you must join ETI to get the Study. Click here to purchase.
Tire Pressure Monitor System (TPMS) and Telematics Research Project
As a follow up to ETI's first Market Research Study on Vehicle Flash Reprogramming, the Equipment and Tool Institute (ETI) continues to assist its members in bringing new and improved equipment and tools to the marketplace.
ETI's second Market Research Study covers Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems (TPMS) and specific questions on the growing trend of the OEM’s to equip vehicles with Telematics. The survey was designed to collect data in order to provide our industry with information that is valuable for the repair of vehicles on the road today.
Automotive repair facilities were surveyed in an effort to find out more about their familiarity with TPMS and Telematics. ETI will use this research to help all segments of the automotive industry provide aftermarket shops with better tool and equipment solutions. To get a flavor of what is available, we have put together two videos covering both survey presentations. The first is by Dan Brass covering TPMS and the second is by Ben Johnson covering Telematics.