Jiffy Lube Approves Nitrogen

Learned recently that Jiffy Lube is approving nitrogen tire inflation as part of its core service offerings. This means that, starting in December, Jiffy Lube franchisees will be free to add nitrogen tire inflation to their service menu.

In the last two years, Jiffy Lube has approved many “non-traditional” services, including:
• Power steering fluid exchange
• Transfer case fluid additives
• Floot mat cleaning
• Power steering fluid additives
• Diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) service
• Air conditioning additives (though not refrigerant top off, or “quick shot” or “booster” products
• Cabin air sanitizing service
• Gas cap replacement
• Antifreeze/coolant additives
• Radiator hose replacement
• Transmission fluid additives (though not transmission flush chemicals)
• Support strut (hood, hatchback) replacement
• Differential fluid additives
• High intensity discharge (HID) bulb replacement

Much like the rest of the industry, Jiffy Lube appears to be pushing higher sales through additional service offerings.

(This post written while listening to “Satellite” by P.O.D.)

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