All plans will receive benefits if booked into a Cazoo service centre, such as free valets, free seasonal health checks, free puncture repairs and a 10% discount on mechanical repairs, labour and tyre replacements as a result of any issues found as part of the service or MoT, it said.
Typically, two services and two MoTs at a Cazoo Service Centre would cost £316, however, customers could save more than 20% with an equivalent Cazoo Care two-year plan at £249.
Emma Bush, UK commercial director at Cazoo, said: “We are delighted to offer our customers cost effective service plans and the convenience of having their vehicle serviced at any Cazoo Service Centre across the UK or a location of their choice.
“This is an important partnership for us and we’re looking forward to working with WhoCanFixMyCar.”
Email reminders ahead of upcoming services and MoTs as well as a portal to book in work, will also be provided by the online car retailer.
Cazoo has vowed to grow its car inventory in Europe after officially launching its online car retail offering in France and Germany on December 1, 2021.
The New York Stock Exchange-listed retailer has grown its workforce to over 3,800 across the UK, France, Germany, Spain and Portugal after bolstering its subscription offerings through the acquisition of Cluno (Germany) and Swipcar (Spain) and has realised its aim of launching its online retail offering on the continent.
Al Preston, founder of WhoCanFixMyCar, said: “Cazoo is driving transparency and convenience into the used car buying process and it makes sense to couple this with an easy-to-use, online Servicing and MoT product.
“Drivers opting for a CazooCare plan can drop into one of their 21 Customer Centres up and down the country or choose to have their vehicle conveniently serviced at home.
“Given WhoCanFixMyCar’s strengths lie in network management and aftersales technology, we were well-placed to advise and build this solution with Cazoo.”