How do I find a local Snap-on truck?

Your local Snap-on dealer may be listed in the phone book. Look in the yellow pages under “tools”, or in the business white pages under “Snap-on.”

Is Snap-on owned by Harbor Freight?

There have been lawsuits between the two companies, and Harbor Freight often “compares” their tools to Snap-on’s higher-priced offerings in marketing language. Unless anyone can come form with concrete information, it’s safe to say that NO, Harbor Freight does NOT own Snap-on Tools.

How much do Snap-on tool trucks make?

Average Snap-on Owner Operator Driver yearly pay in the United States is approximately $100,000, which is 54% below the national average.

Is Snap-on owned by Milwaukee?

Snap-on also distributes lower-end tools under the brand name Blue-Point….Snap-on.

Type Public
Founded 1920 Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Founder Joseph Johnson Bill Seidemann
Headquarters Kenosha, Wisconsin, U.S.
Key people Nicholas T. Pinchuk, Chairman CEO Aldo J. Pagliari, CFO

How do I contact snap-on trucks?

Snap-on Equipment 1-800-225-5786. Contact Service: Snap-on Equipment offers easy ways to contact us for service.

How much does it cost to become a snap on dealer?

The franchise expects its new franchisees to have a net worth of at least $37,583. $169,223 is the minimum that someone opening a location should expect to invest. The high end of the total investment required to open a franchise is $382,235. $8,000 is the franchise fee new franchisees pay the franchisor.

Is Snap-On and Blue Point the same?

Snap-On is the manufacturer of Blue Point tools. It’s the lower-end spectrum when compared with Snap-On. All of the tools are still built to the same specs, but the finish is different.

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