This is a sponsored post from RepairSmith. It does not reflect the views of Autoblog’s editorial team.
Getting your car repaired is a pain. It's an undeniable fact. And if your car won't run, you'll have to get it towed. If it does run, it could still be a hassle and potentially a dangerous task to get to the repair shop or dealership. Once there, you'll likely need to wait, and you could end up paying more than you originally planned. Sure, you could take matters into your own hands and get to wrenching, but not everyone has the skills or desire to work on their own ride. It's a tale as old as time, and it's enough to make your head spin. Enter RepairSmith.
RepairSmith notes that many auto repairs can be done wherever your car is – as long as the right equipment is available. Their mechanics come to you and can handle 85 percent of repairs right in your driveway (or wherever your vehicle happens to be). From brake jobs to oil changes, it's no problem for the RepairSmith techs. If a job is just a little too intense for a quick driveway repair, you can head to a RepairSmith garage.
The folks at RepairSmith pride themselves on having competitive prices on par with those of local shops. You can describe your problem to them and they'll give you a guaranteed quote upfront, which you can choose to receive via text. And if you don't know exactly what's wrong with your car, don't worry, they can help diagnose it for you.
RepairSmith works with expert mechanics who will get your car back on the road, make sure that you understand exactly what went wrong and answer any questions you have about the process. Every RepairSmith mechanic is also a dedicated RepairSmith employee, so in their own words, "you won’t be getting some random mobile mechanic showing up at your doorstep." Plus, the 12-month, 12,000-mile warranty should further put you at ease.
The business is based in Los Angeles. Service is only available on the West Coast for now, but be sure to keep an eye out in a market near you, because RepairSmith is planning to expand.
If you're interested in this new take on car repair, you can also use discount code AUTOBLOG to get $25 off your first delivery service when you book an appointment.
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