Designed to be user friendly and easy to navigate, car owners can get a free instant Service Cost Guide, find their local mechanic, compare life time car servicing costs, get a digital service schedule, find tyre sizes and more. It has the easiest to use online mechanic directory in Australia.
Mark Boyce, founder of Service My Car said this in his interview with Eleven Media, “The directory has a large database of independent service centres and franchisees across Australia. Simply enter your postcode to find a local mechanic, with the ability to expand to see nearby mechanics. Service My Car understand the importance of time and convenience, and so the directory gives visitors the options to either call, send a direct message via the website or visit the workshop in person. Service My Car supports the Australian Automotive Industry as well as car owners, and that’s why unlike other websites, they do not charge mechanics any commissions on their directory.”
Service My Car are well known for their Service Cost Guides – a free cost calculator that will instantly work out the average prices charged by mechanics across Australia for the selected service interval. Whether working out your household budget or looking at buying a used car, the Service Cost Guide is a useful personal research and reference tool.
They also have two other guides. Their Cost Comparison Guide is an exclusive tool to the Service My Car website and is currently on sale for only $7.95 (recommended retail price of $25. This handy guide allows you to compare either lifetime service costs or any selected service interval range across multiple cars. The Logbook Service Guide is a digital complete service schedule (with a recommended retail price of $19) is also available and includes task breakdowns for all the service intervals for your car. You can learn more about these packages here: https://servicemycar.com.au/package
The website offers visitors access to several free things. These include:
+ FREE instant Service Cost Guides for any car.
+ For car repair and logbook servicing Find My Mechanic on Service My Car’s directory. Free instant messaging from the website.
+ FREE Find My Tyres Sizes Guide – Get the right tyre size before contacting a mechanic or tyre supplier to purchase new tyres.
+ Car recalls and news in one handy place. A newsfeed appears on the homepage for a quick and easy way to check if your car is recalled. This information is sourced and referenced from official sites.
+ For the car enthusiasts, Service My Car’s Technical Gallery has FREE diagrams and photos of common car parts such as tyre wear, brakes, engine, wheel alignment etc.
Eleven Media in their research prior to the interview found many car owners wanted to know how much it will cost to service their car. They found these on the Service My Car website:
– Free instant Service Cost Guide. Choose any car and any interval.
– Large database of makes and models with car index constantly expanding.
– Average prices charged across a large network of independent and franchisee service centres across Australia.
– Prices are live and updated as industry prices change.
To Learn more about Service My Car and their range of services, visit the website here: https://servicemycar.com.au
About Service My Car
Service My Car is a dedicated one stop website to meet all the needs of a car owner. Designed to be user friendly and easy to navigate, with many features for car owners. Whether you are buying, selling or maintaining your car, now you can access a range of practical resources including free Service Cost Guides, free online messaging directly to mechanics, life time car servicing cost comparisons, digital service schedules, free Tyre Sizes Guide and more.
Service My Car does not charge mechanics on their directory any commission and there are no booking fees for service or repair work. Their large network of mechanics and instant online messaging option makes it undeniably the easiest place to find your local mechanic and get your car repair and servicing done.
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