The idea behind hassle-free car care is rather simple but important. By allowing someone else to care for your vehicle, you ensure a safe and clean driving experience without any of the headache associated with regular maintenance, preserving the value of your vehicle.
Buying and owning a car is one of the most expensive purchases you’ll make in your life. After the new car smell wears off, you begin to let dirt and muck collect on your car’s bumper and sand from the beach stick on the backseat floor. It’s really crazy that we let $400/mo get so little attention but the fact is many of us are too busy to spend a Saturday at car wash wiping off dead bugs or the mechanic waiting to get ripped off and upsold on unnecessary changes that go against the manufacturer maintenance schedule. This is where hassle-free car care benefits you and thousands of other vehicle owners.
The company providing hassle-free car care will set a regular maintenance schedule for your vehicle, following the manufacturer maintenance schedule, and perform these tasks for you. For example, most modern cars need an oil change every 5,000 to 7,500 miles driven. We can figure out based on your average driving amount and schedule when your car needs the important oil change. We then send a representative out to pick up your car, service it and return it. The car also gets a cleaned on a regular basis, depending on the plan purchased, and a safety inspection every time the car is handled.
Not knowing if you need new tires or if your brakes need replacing is a scary situation. With hassle-free car care, the recurring safety inspection provides peace of mind for families before a long road trips and busy professionals can now worry about business deals than if their car is shiny before picking up potential clients.
Having an ally and someone you can trust with your car is important. Hassle-free car care provides that relationship and includes the cost of regular maintenance (oil change, emissions check, car cleaning) with its low monthly price.
For more information about the product I’m developing, see Miyagi: http://www.nikfuller.com/car/