Let's say you live in Dallas, TX. And you are wanting to find a place for Dallas auto repair. When you do a search, you will find:
- top rated repair shops in Dallas
- customer reviews of those shops
- maps, addresses, and phone numbers
- what the repair shops specialize in
- ratings and reviews
- common problems, questions, and answers
- recall information & TSB's (technical service bulletins)
What if you are needing information for a specific repair, like a brake job? You can read about where the specific brake problem is located, recommended repair, how to do it, and why it even happens in the first place. Then you can take it one step farther and find shops in your area for the brake job and get estimates. And, you can even ask a question and have it answered. Awesome!
You can also register on Repair Pal and have all your car records in one place. How is that for organization?
Additionally, Repair Pal can give you generalized information in their auto repair encyclopedia. Things like common problems with cars, answers to common questions, and what your car repair should really cost. They even tell you how to save money on your auto insurance. Who doesn't want an unbiased opinion?
Check out Repair Pal. They just might have all the information you need!