Boston, MA (PRWEB) September 27, 2006
http://www.MechanicAdvisor.com is excited to announce the release of their Auto Repair Finder. The Auto Repair Finder is built from a large database of auto repair facilities in the United States. Each auto repair shop is carefully selected and categorized into its service specialties. Giving consumers the ability to quickly search through the database for a qualified repair facility for their auto needs.
http://www.MechanicAdvisor.com allows its visitors to search their auto repair shop database through an array of different variables; including zip code, service needs, and auto type. For Auto Professionals and visitors that already have an auto repair shop in mind, the site offers a "add your repair shop" section which includes a comments section, allocated for auto shop reviews. In addition, MechanicAdvisor.com offers a detailed form for auto shop owners looking to publish their auto shop on the site, which includes different advertising packages (currently a general repair shop posting is free of charge).
MechanicAdvisor.com also offers a "tips for searching for a repair shop" section for visitors that need some tips on finding the right auto repair shop for their needs.
How do you go about choosing an auto mechanic, especially if you are new to an area? Have you been burnt by an auto shop in past like so many have. If you do not research, your decision can prove costly when the repair is finished.
Our site offers a localized database of mechanics in your area and allows you to research their auto shop, services, bios, and read reviews. It is the most informative way to make your crucial decision of where to bring your vehicle. We display all relative information, especially if the auto mechanic is ASE certified.
ASE certified auto mechanics have undergone extensive training & tests. ASE stands for Automotive Service Excellence and was founded in 1972 by the National Institute for Automotive Excellence and have since certified more than 400,000 automotive professionals.
Use our database to search for mechanics that meet your auto needs and are ASE certified."http://www.mechanicadvisor.com
MechanicAdvisor.com has built their site as not only a resource for consumers searching for a local auto repair shop but also to give the repair an online presence.
"Our objective is to have customers’ review and post recommendations on the site. In addition, we seek to provide auto repair specialists with an online presence that will generate their business as the World Wide Web becomes an increasing avenue of auto repair research. In July of 2006, there were over 700,000 internet searches for 'Auto repair' research (Network Solutions). However, MechanicAdvisor.com will be the first site directly related to those searches and the only one displaying customer reviews." Robert Gendron (MechanicAdvisor.com CIO)
MechanicAdvisor.com is based in Boston, MA and serves auto professionals nationwide. They encourage you to visit their site and post recommendations of your local mechanic as well as any comments you may have. http://whttp://www.mechanicadvisor.com