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A first for New Zealand

We are a brand new car platform based in New Zealand specialising in getting your car fixed and keeping it safe with over 3000 repair shops appearing on our site. We are the first platform of its kind in New Zealand and as far as we know, the rest of the world.

What is the main purpose of owning a car? Freedom. From the time a young person gets his or her first car to the time a retired person still holds it. We are all deeply aware of the freedom and dignity cars bring to us.

But the experience has not always been smooth. Our car will always need to be serviced, WOF’d, tires will get punctured, wipers will fall out, the radiator will leak, the engine will die, oil will leak... These things happen in our lives, maybe on your way to work, maybe on your way to pick up the kids from school, maybe on your way to a date, or maybe you're on your way to an important meeting. We have all experienced feelings of helplessness, anxiety, confusion and even anger with our cars failing.

Our life tightly relates to the automotive industry, also like us most people at times feel far from it when things go wrong that they don’t understand. Most of us, especially women, know very little about these things. But women are also the ones who own and use their cars the most, picking up their children from school, going to the supermarket, taking their families to the doctor, all of which can't be done without a car.

Our platform has introduced nearly 3,000 qualified professional car repair shops in New Zealand to the site. Here, you can upload any requirements of your car (including photos and documents). Soon, you will receive many car repair shop estimates, so that you can make an accurate judgment of where to get your car fixed and at the best price. As a car owner, you can choose the most suitable place, the most reasonable price, the shortest time, the most favorite repair shop to solve your problem.

This part of our platform is free for the car repair shop and the owner.

We hope that this platform will become the GPS of car owners, so that you will no longer be confused and anxious after car problems occur. We believe owning a car should always be a beautiful thing. Although we are a new platform, our team has more than 15 years experience in the automotive industry and IT. We are a group of passionate people with large dreams and high energy. launched two weeks ago with a very good response and a lot of people around the country listing their cars for fixing.

If you are interested in our platform or would like to know more, please contact us.


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