Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 8, 2007
MyCarPage, an automotive industry pioneer and leader in personalized customer acquisition and retention solutions, announced today several major feature enhancements to its Online Vehicle Garage, including NADA resale values, current local traffic conditions, DMV, and specialty car clubs; all of which have contributed to the overwhelming response and acceptance from consumers.
MyCarPage Online Vehicle Garage Version 3.0, which launched in June 2007, has received a record response from U.S. consumers who desire a free online garage that manages all their automotive needs in a single location. Customized for their specific vehicles, MyCarPage includes each vehicle's maintenance information, sends automatic service reminders and recall notices, tracks the vehicle's resale value, and service history in real time. Each Car Page even provides local traffic reports, gas prices, expert advice and much more.
One of the most recent enhancements, based on a joint technology arrangement with N.A.D.A. Appraisal Guides, includes displaying the most current value of each of the vehicles within the consumer's personalized vehicle webpage.
MyCarPage takes all the work out of researching the value of a vehicle for the consumer and automatically updates the value for each of their vehicles directly on the consumer's MyCarPage. Every time a consumer logs on to their personalized vehicle webpage, the present value of their vehicle is automatically displayed.
In addition to the NADA enhancement, MyCarPage now provides direct access to the consumer's state Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV), making it more convenient to renew driver's licenses and vehicle registrations.
Consumer response to the new MyCarPage Online Vehicle has been overwhelmingly positive, with new consumer signups, increase site visits and enthusiastic consumer feedback.
"I'm very pleased with the number of consumers signing up for a personalized vehicle webpage," said Michael Moskowitz, CEO and Founder of MyCarPage. "MyCarPage is what consumers want; a free online garage that manages all of their automotive needs in a single location," he added.
"With the introduction of our new version in June 2007, consumers now have everything in one location from maintenance information, automatic reminders, recall notices, vehicle resale values, gas prices, traffic, car clubs and more. This is just the beginning, we will continue to enhance our service to add more value and benefits for the consumer," Moskowitz said. "At the present rate of adoption, MyCarPage will have several million web pages managing consumer's vehicles," Moskowitz added.
MyCarPage increases customer acquisition and loyalty by improving the consumer's vehicle ownership experience. Available for any car, truck or SUV owner, MyCarPage enables consumers to automatically manage all their automotive needs in single place.
MyCarPage is a free personalized webpage that provides automatic service reminder and recall emails, vehicle resale values, traffic reports, access to your service history, gas prices, DMV information, discounts on automotive products and service and much more.
Consumers spend over $1 trillion annually on the purchase, maintenance and ownership of their vehicles. MyCarPage's "plug and play" automotive portal, enables any businesses to instantly build a meaningful relationship with any customer or prospect by "parking" their vehicle on the business's website. MyCarPage's valuable consumer benefits improve sales and customer satisfaction by providing personalized and invited communications throughout the consumer's entire vehicle ownership.
MyCarPage is the pioneer and industry leader in personalized online automotive solutions for consumers starting with the first electronic vehicle owner's manual created for General Motors Corporation and Mazda Motors of America in 1994. Today, MyCarPage manages the automotive needs for over a million of vehicle owners making their vehicle ownership more enjoyable, economical, and convenient.
For more information about MyCarPage visit: http://www.mycarpage.com.