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Why -- the barbershop and went for about thirty dollars a -- the barber will come to you.
Depreciate in the good -- and not in my place knowing that I'm helping -- somebody else so I can make it to a -- That's what makes me -- Go haircut is among the growing number of business is hitting the road to service clients where they live.
While the merchants enjoy a lower overhead and greater flexibility.
You're not a fixed location.
You can look at your results.
As they come in week by week and adjust to where you get most business of the flexibility is really valuable.
There are some unique mobile businesses a drive -- bank in Seattle rolling law -- in New York but across the U Westbrook had rumors tensions.
Industries are making house calls me.
Rolling video arcades -- groups of gamers right in the driveway average price for a three hour party 450 dollars.
And mobile mechanics will fix your car at -- -- at a fixed hourly rate much lower than their brick and mortar counterparts there are limitations.
We don't do everything obviously I mean I'm gonna place in your engine in your driveway.
But you know -- basic repair and maintenance stuff can be done anyway.
Like many -- not come to you market -- -- relies on the Internet to promote its availability prices and network of certified mechanics.
Many also insist the client pay online so no money changes hands once the professionals shows up owners of mobile businesses say their biggest challenges include high gas prices road conditions.
And convincing people that these kinds of house calls are -- safe and reasonably priced way to do business.
And the convenience factor can't -- -- even so this text driven trend is still gaining traction.
But for folks on the go or those who can't.
Home he's -- solutions could be.
-- -- -- on wheels.
In San Jose Claudia Cowan Fox News.
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