Cars aren't always serious business-have some fun on the lighter side
Cars never break down at convenient times. For Jacquie K., it was especially difficult timing. She lives in San Tan Valley, Arizona and she was in a military funeral procession on the way to the cemetery in her Jeep Cherokee when, as she puts it, “the radiator literally blew up”.
We've all been on the road in bad weather and know the tension driving in the rain can bring. The rhythmic thump-thud of the wipers and the feeling of the wet road under your tires. The sensation that, if you're not careful, you might lose the control you're so used to having over your machine.
RepairPal wants to help you get where you need to be this season. We're hosting a giveaway for five lucky winners to get "Home for the Holidays" this year! Five people across the country will be chosen at random to each receive a $100 gift certificate to a RepairPal Certified shop near them – a great way to start out 2017.
Give the gift of car love this holiday season. We’ve compiled some of our favorite automotive gadgets and gizmos for the driver in your life.
You may decide to stay in bed at home, or maybe participate in Cyber Monday from your computer, but if you do venture out on Black Friday, it’s important to stay safe, especially when you’re driving in the early morning hours of Friday or late on Thursday.
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.
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.
While auto repairs are an unavoidable part of car ownership, there are certain car models that could cost you surprisingly more than you expected.
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.