How to Repaid Your Car? Part 1

Here at we aim to deliver two things. Firstly if you are an amateur mechanic and would like help and direction to fix and maintain your car you are in the right place. Secondly if you feel that the job is a little too big and you need a professional then we will help you find a qualified, trusted mechanic in your local area.

There is an awful lot of information on the internet that will aid you in repairing your car but when we started out we found that almost all of the sites appearing on the first few pages of the main search engines were not relevant or up to date enough to give us quick and relevant results. After lots and lots and of exhausting online searches and then real life testing we sifted through the bad, and there was a lot, to find the best and most up to date stuff. This took us months and months but we have finally reduced our list to what we believe are the best of the best. is a small site but it packs a big punch, our links will get you to what you need quickly and save you lots of time and money when you get there!!

Finding a good local Car Mechanic

If you decide that you need to use a local professional mechanic to repair a car then there a few things to consider before we start. Across the web there are a number of websites that offer searches to find a local mechanic but the problem here is that they don’t tell you anything about their service or cost. How do you know the mechanic is trustworthy and also whether they will do a good job?

Secondly there are a lot of websites that allow you to post the work you require online to repair a car and then you wait for quotes to come in. If you know exactly what work needs to be done on your car than these can be useful sites but we often find that once the work begins other problems are discovered. The issue again comes back to the quality and trustworthiness of the mechanic.


Author: Novus