March 29, 2016
5 min read
Sometimes I get calls with questions as to what is it that's printed on the back of automotive repair order, therefore I decided to write this article to share this information. Keep in mind that some forms may have specific information printed because they are customized, but generally speaking the back will contact the information laid out below.
This auto repair invoice has the last copy that is made from a sturdy or firm manila-like paper stock. It is at the back of this copy to which we make reference.
At the absolute top section, it states: "Before writing on this side, detach this sheet from the set - Record time by starting at bottom of "TIME" column in space marked "ON". Below that is a table that is separated into two major sections, "ADDITIONAL PARTS LISTINGS" & "LABOR".
The Additional parts listing section is made up of three major columns, "QUANTITY", "PART NO. AND DESCRIPTION", and "PRICE". The labor section is made up of five columns, "EMPLOYMENT NUMBER", OPERATION NO", "COST", 'TIME ELAPSED" AND "TIME".
The bottom section gives a summary for labor, parts, accessories, gas, oil and grease, outside repairs, etc. You can then subtract your total cost from the sales amount to get your gross profit.
This back section could be seen as a ledger.
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