PHOENIX — RepairSmith Inc. has expanded its mobile car repair and maintenance service to the greater Phoenix area and is offering its "No-Contact Car Repair" service to Phoenix residents who are facing hardships because of the coronovirus.
Los Angeles-based RepairSmith launched a $100,000 "No-Contact Car Repair" initiative in mid-March and said it would inject an additional $10,000 donation to cover Phoenix residents as it initiates service there.
Eligible recipients includes government workers, service workers, delivery drivers, health care professionals, employees of grocery stores and pharmacies and volunteers.
Through the program, individuals can receive up to $500 in free repair and maintenance services to keep their cars safe and operating. All repairs will be completed on a first-come, first-served basis, following an application review, the company said.
"RepairSmith's at-home repair and maintenance service is the safest and most convenient car service available," CEO Joel Milne said.
"Our 'No-Contact Car Repair' service eliminates contact during appointments, and our mechanics are disinfecting tools and high-touch areas such as steering wheels, keys, door handles and more. Through our free repair program, we have helped medical professionals, delivery drivers and other essential workers. We are excited to extend this program to the greater Phoenix area to do our part during this unprecedented time."
RepairSmith offers on-site repair and maintenance for car owners at their home or workplace and on-location service for fleets. All mechanics are certified technicians and all work is backed by a 12-month/12,000-mile warranty.
Founded in 2018, RepairSmith is backed by Daimler A.G. and operates mobile service vehicles in Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego, San Francisco, Silicon Valley, San Jose and Sacramento, Calif.; Las Vegas; and Phoenix.