Q: How do I start a Pedicab business?
Q: How do I order parts?
A: Go to www.wheelgoods.com. If what you need is not listed or you need the shipment expedited or if you have any questions, call us at 303-295-3822.
Q: How long is production time?
A: Main Street Pedicabs are custom made to your specifications. Lead times are often 1-3 weeks, though they can be longer during the spring and summer season.
Q: Are Main Street Pedicabs shipped assembled?
A: Yes, our Pedicabs are shipped fully assembled and ready to roll.
Q: Can I request customizations?
A: Yes, because you’re dealing directly with the manufacturer, customers can order a variety of custom colors and designs. We’ll also build your Pedicab with different components if you prefer something you’re more comfortable with rather than our standard components.
Q: Should I hire a Pedicab Consultant?
A: People often ask us if they should spend the money to hire a Pedicab consultant. One of the great things about starting and operating a Pedicab business is how easy it is to do. We at Main Street have a wealth of resources and have walked dozens of people through the process of getting a Pedicab business off the ground. With these things in mind, we feel it’s an unnecessary expenditure to hire a Pedicab consultant.
Q: What sort of maintenance is required on a Main Street Pedicab?
A: Maintenance for a Main Street Pedicab shouldn’t be an overwhelming, time-consuming task, but should be practiced regularly for a well running Pedicab. By following a systematic maintenance schedule, the Pedicabs will not only run better, but will also be more enjoyable for both the driver and the passengers. For more on how to properly maintain a Main Street, check out our New Pedicab Rider Instructions and our Main Street Pedicab Manual.Tags: Cabs, contact us, custom, customers, different components, driver, inquire, Main Street, Main Street Pedicabs, Maintenance, maintenance schedule, manufacturer, operator, Operators, passenger, Pedicab, pedicab business, pedicabs, process, Product, season, spring and summer, street pedicabs, systematic maintenance, Uncategorized, unnecessary expenditure