A new company backed by Daimler AG is aiming to make car repair more accessible and transparent. Based in Los Angeles, RepairSmith wants to expand beyond the Golden State in the coming months. Mobile technicians come to a customer’s home or place of business; pricing is given ahead of time. There is a sound, a vibration, a rattle; something that makes you think it’s time to get your car looked at. Between a busy work and family schedule, it’s hard to drop your vehicle off someplace for the day. Then the questions: will they be able to fix it quickly, will it be expensive; is the shop being truthful with me? Does my car really need that repair? Sound familiar? These are the types of concerns RepairSmith, a new California-based startup, is hoping to alleviate. Filling In The Gaps Like pizza or flower delivery, RepairSmith sends a certified technician directly to the customer. Technicians perform nearly all repairs on the customer’s territory, most often at their homes or places of business. Company leaders say the business model revolves around transparent pricing and flexible scheduling. “People are busier than ever, and car repairs are something that can eat up an entire… Read full this story
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