RepairSmith's at-home car repair and maintenance service is now available in major Texas markets including Dallas and Houston. Austin residents will have access to service later in May 2021. With the expansion to Texas, RepairSmith is now available in more than 650 cities, with plans for continued growth through 2021.
With an increase in the population of Texas over the past year during the COVID-19 pandemic, there is an estimated rise in demand for car repair and maintenance service as people relocate to suburban locations that require more driving. Residents of Texas rely heavily on their vehicles and drive almost 50% more miles per year than residents in more urban locations.
Texas car owners now have access to RepairSmith's complete, convenient repair and maintenance service that offers upfront price quotes, online appointment scheduling available seven days a week and premium quality service all at an affordable price. The company is also offering its on-site repair and maintenance service for business fleets.
RepairSmith's certified technicians are employees of the company and drive custom-outfitted vehicles. Equipped with quality tools and top-of-the-line equipment, technicians perform on-site repairs for car owners at their home or workplace and on-site to fleets, employers and property managers.
"We are excited to announce this expansion as part of our mission to deliver convenient auto repair everywhere," said Joel Milne, RepairSmith CEO. "As RepairSmith continues to grow, we are seeking skilled technicians to join our team to deliver the best car repair service to Texans."
RepairSmith is also available to support the Texas community with access to free repair and maintenance services through the company's Jump Start program. Jump Start supports nonprofit organizations that are dedicated to advancing socioeconomic, racial, and ethnic equality in their communities by providing access to food or personal care products, health and wellness resources, education, job training, family services, housing assistance, rehabilitation programs, or related assistance to at-risk populations.
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