Thursday, October 1, 2009

Finally, All Your Car Questions Answered


It's not uncommon to have a question about your car. But who do you ask? And can you rely on that person to give you a honest answer?

RepairPal.com has decided to put an end to all that wasted time. By providing a website filled with relevant information; car owners now have a place to go to find unbiased advice on everything from price estimates, to ratings, to answers to common problems all given by certified mechanics.

Let's say you're interested in finding a repair shop in your town. Take for instance you need to find Dallas auto repair. RepairPal.com will provide you with the top rated mechanics in the area. You'll be able to quickly find these shops on the map. The addresses and phone numbers are also listed to help save you time.

Maybe you're the proud owner of a Chevrolet Silverado, and your in need of some information about your car. RepairPal.com gives you the latest details regarding common problems, repairs, reviews and popular questions and answers.

Let's say your mechanic advices you that your car needs a brake job, but your unsure exactly what that entails. RepairPal.com has a useful encyclopedia section that allows the user to enter just about any term concerning your car. The explanation of the repair is then broken down into an easy to understand definition. It is followed by recommendations and an explanation of why the repair may be needed in the first place.

RepairPal.com is a user friendly site. It saves time and aggravation, and it gives the car owner a sense of knowledge and comfort that he or she may not have had before.

7 comments:

Kathy B! said...

What a great site!! This will come in handy for my aging minivan :)

bluecottonmemory said...

Finding a good mechanic that you trust is like finding a needle in a haystack. Thanks for the wonderful site recommendation! We're in a new place, so we need to find new reliable everybody!

SmartPumpkin'sMom said...

Thanks for the inside scoop! ;) Awwww...those cars...
Thank you so much for stopping by! It is always a pleasure to have you over. :D

Jennifer said...

Okay, good. I'm glad you posted this. I hate having to do anything with my car because my automatic reaction is that I will get swindled! LOL!

FranticMommy said...

this is great! I had no idea!

ethelmaepotter! said...

Great tip! Thank you; this site should prove valuable to me and my '96 Altima; she's working on 399,000 miles this week!

Crystalin Dunn said...

Over from SITS...Oh, you're awesome! Car problems are one of the biggest headaches, especially when you have no idea if you're being taken for a ride that you are personally financing from the getgo. Way to empower!