Local garage and mechanic comparison service whocanfixmycar.com has named the Audi A1 as the UK’s most reliable car, following analysis of its data.
WhoCanFixMyCar.com has appointed Andrew Harrison, a former chief executive and chairman of Carphone Warehouse, as its new chairman.
Nearly half (47%) of UK motorists would go into debt to fund repairs for their car, according to the results of a survey conducted by WhoCanFixMyCar.com.
Volkswagen’s Polo emerged as the cheapest hatchback to maintain when WhoCanFixMyCar analysed more than 300,000 data points to discover the facts behind cost-effective car ownership.
WhoCanFixMyCar.com has secured £4 million from investors including Shell Ventures, Sir Trevor Chinn, Active Partners and Venrex Investment Management.
WhoCanFixMyCar.com has appointed ScS and House of Fraser's Lacey Hewison as its new strategic network operations director.
Franchised car dealers have been alerted to an impending heatwave which will see UK drivers spend over £45 million on air conditioning services, and garages “inundated” with re-gas services, according to WhoCanFixMyCar.com.
Female mechanics now account for 10% of the workforce, with the number working in the UK rising by 125% since 2011.
Audis are more expensive than BMW and Mercedes cars to service.
WhoCanFixMyCar.com has received the ‘automotive garage of tomorrow’ award at the Viva Tech conference in Paris.
Ex-Google boss for the Nordic regions Jonas Vang Gregersen has joined WhoCanFixMyCar.com as chief product officer.
WhoCanFixMyCar.com has appointed Fred Parkes into the newly created role of chief financial officer as it prepares for growth.
Proposals to reduce MoTs on new vehicles could result in a significant increase in the number of unroadworthy cars and a jump in failed tests.
Brand equity fuels more expensive maintenance costs in the latest in a series of articles looking at competitor brands from WhoCanFixMyCar.com
How do the repairs bills for the luxury German brands BMW, Audi and Mercedes compare?
‘Outstanding’ customer service from global automotive brands and owner-operated mobile technicians have been acknowledged in WhoCanFixMyCar.com’s first awards.
Shell Lubricants has agreed a digital collaboration with WhoCanFixMyCar.com, the online marketplace for car servicing and repairs.
The difference in repair costs between estate cars and SUVs on which they are based can be hugely different, research has revealed.
WhoCanFixMyCar.com has teamed up with Confused.com to launch a fully integrated new service which aims to satisfy more motorists’ servicing and repair requirements.
The maintenance costs of the three most popular car brands in the UK - Ford, Volkswagen and Vauxhall - is considered by car servicing and repairs website WhoCanFixMyCar.com.
Automotive Management Live: Where franchised and independent dealers will find everything they need to know about operating a modern showroom and service and repair facility fit for the digital age.
When: November 12 2020
Where: Birmingham NEC
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