To celebrate the launch of the RepairPal Nationwide Warranty, we're holding a contest! Enter to win an Amazon Fire Tablet by recommending a great mechanic to us and users across the USA.
Is there no crank? A clicking or grinding sound? The RepairPal team is ready to help you figure out why your car won't start. We break it down so you can figure out if it's a simple fix, or something more advanced that a trusted technician should take care of.
It's the spooktacular month of October and the RepairPal office is bubbling with excitement over Trunk-or-Treat themes! Get inspired with our favorites from Instagram.
in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, RepairPal is excited to participate in Brakes for Breasts, a unique opportunity for both shops and consumers to join in the fight against breast cancer.
It can be stressful knowing that you thought you found a solution to a car issue, just to be met with even more problems than you had before. RepairPal looks into two specific problems many car owners can experience after replacing their batteries.
While auto repairs are an unavoidable part of car ownership, there are certain car models that could cost you surprisingly more than you expected.
Knowing when to change your car's oil can be tricky, and it's possible you could be changing it too often! Learn more about how often you should be getting oil changes with RepairPal. Your pocketbook and the planet will thank you later.
RepairPal's Certification process is our way of standing by you during every step of the auto repair experience. Certified Shops honor fair price estimates - and are bringing trust and transparency to an industry not known for it.
If you want to trust your mechanic—and believe me, there are a lot of honest ones out there—you need to find one who is worthy of that trust. Here are some things to consider when looking for a good mechanic and how to build a solid relationship with him or her once you do find that person.
Our brake systems are critically important and, unless you have Fred Flintstone feet, you’re going to need them. When your brakes start making noise, you should first determine under what conditions and from what area of the vehicle you hear it.