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2011 United States Vehicle Owners’ Attitudes and Beliefs about Vehicle Maintenance Frost & Sullivan’s objectives for this research service include identifying attitudes and beliefs of vehicle owners in the United States regarding vehicle maintenance. This service identifies oil change and fuel purchase behaviors, determines replacement part behaviors, and identifies usage rates of roadside assistance. Since attitudes have not changed but behaviors have, it appears the economic recovery is the largest contributing factor. This research targeted 1,098 United States vehicle owners who have had general vehicle maintenance performed on their primary vehicle within the past twelve months. Table Of contents Research Objectives, Method Details, and Demographics Executive Summary Minor Maintenance Behaviors Switch from Vehicle Dealership for Minor Maintenance Other Maintenance Behaviors Switch from Vehicle Dealership for Other Maintenance Maintenance Attitudes and Beliefs Oil Change Behaviors Purchase Behaviors of Performance Chemicals Purchase Behaviors of Replacement Parts Roadside Assistance Engine and Transmission Repair Current Vehicle in Household and Switch to Alternative Transportation Service Center Brand Perceptions Maintenance Parts Brand Perceptions Appendix The Frost & Sullivan Story Buy your copy of this report @ Report Details: Published: June 2012 No. of Pages: 222 Price: US $10000

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2011 United States Vehicle Owners Attitudes and Beliefs About Vehicle Maintenance