PORTLAND, Ore. — RepairSmith Inc. is expanding its mobile car and fleet repair and maintenance service to the greater Portland area.
The company said it is kicking off its launch by partnering with two Portland nonprofits, which are providing the community with access to food and transportation: Metropolitan Family Service (MFS) and Ride Connection.
RepairSmith said it will provide them with $20,000 in free repair services to their vehicles as part of RepairSmith's Jump Start program, which is providing up to $250,000 in free vehicle repair and maintenance services for nonprofits in RepairSmith's service areas this year.
"RepairSmith is proud to partner with these organizations as we expand our service to Portland," RepairSmith CEO Joel Milne said.
"Both of these nonprofit partners share our vision to improve the lives of people and their families by bringing equal access to critical resources, education and transportation to communities. We are grateful for their incredible work."
Los Angeles-based RepairSmith, which is backed by Daimler A.G., operates mobile repair fleets in 550-plus cities in Arizona, California, Nevada and Oregon.
All RepairSmith mechanics are employees of the company and operate vans equipped with tools and parts.