WhoCanFixMyCar.com and Confused.com have launched a fully integrated service to help even more drivers in the UK find their servicing and repair requirements.
Confused.com helps millions of people each year in finding the best value for key services and this partnership will allow them to extend that same innovative approach to drivers looking for car maintenance via WhoCanFixMyCar.com.
This partnership will make it easier for drivers to reach the dynamic service provided by WhoCanFixMyCar.com and help remove the stress from car servicing and repairs for good.
Finding a garage to carry out professional repair work for a fair price has traditionally been difficult as many garages are located away from the high street and have never had national advertising capabilities.
However, thanks to the hard work and efforts of WhoCanFixMyCar.com, things have begun to change.
Drivers can simply go to the website and enter their car details and what is wrong, the information is then instantly sent to the best garages in the local area. The garages are then free to send quotes or request more information.
Over 250,000 drivers have already chosen to use the online service and 8,100 garages are signed up as official members. Confused.com will bring a huge amount of experience to WhoCanFixMyCar.com and will help deliver an outstanding service to drivers and garages all over the UK.
It’s an exciting time for both companies as they look to work together in order to improve car maintenance services to the whole of the UK.
Co-Founder Al Preston said; “We’re excited about what we can bring to Confused.com and are looking forward to expanding our offering to even more drivers.”
Nick Carlton, Product Director at Confused.com says: “As a company we strive to help drivers and, by working with WhoCanFixMyCar.com, we can now offer motorists a tool to find local garages in terms of the type of servicing and repair that they need.
“By partnering with WhoCanFixMyCar.com we are helping motorists deal with the more stressful aspects of owning a car, and we are excited to see what the future holds.”