RepairLync New app for Car Owners to Better Connect with Repair Shops
FREMONT, CA: Bridging the gap between car owners and repair shops is of great concern. Aimed at this, RepairLync, a startup company has launched a mobile app with which sitting at home car owners can easily connect with the mechanics.
Leveraging third party OBD-II (onboard diagnostics) third party OBD-II reader, users can scan their vehicle’s computer for diagnostic data and sends it to local shops for repair quotes. The app also works without the OBD-II reader, where the user can manually choose needed repairs. RepairLync currently has hundreds of shops in its database and is signing up new shop partners every day.
The app is available for Android smartphones and tablets. There are no fees, so shop estimates do not include a premium. Payment for the repair is done directly to the shop, thus consumers need not have to worry about paying for the repair.
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