MyCarNeedsA.com, a price comparison site, where service providers quote for MOT, servicing and repair has joined business leaders and owners in a series of videos, as part of a Masterclass series, created by The Telegraph Business Club.
The selection of videos describe the work of companies, together with clips from business leaders and owners talking about setting up and running your own business.
Entitled ‘The Dot Com Car Business’, the video on MyCarNeedsA.com, features founder, Scott Hamilton together with Halfords, AutoRestore and Gary Hutchinson Car Sales.
MyCarNeedsA.com has grown significantly over the last two years and now works with 4,000 garage and workshop partners nationwide.
Over three quarter of a million car owners who visited the site have booked £1.5 million worth of MOT, servicing and repair jobs across England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Scott Hamilton, managing director of MyCarNeedsA.com said: “My vision for the business was to help car owners find trustworthy garages to carry out MOT, servicing and repairs at a price and location that suits them.
“I also wanted to demonstrate that franchised dealers weren’t as expensive as car buyers believed and also give independent garages a level playing field to compete on.
“Over the last two years, we have turned down 1,600 garages that do not meet our standards.
“This has been a brave move, but it was the right one.
“Thanks to our stringent moderation process, we can provide car owners with a quality service.
“Our research shows that 39 per cent of car owners don’t choose a garage based on price and that the work we pass on is split 50:50 between franchised dealers and independents.”
Chris Eldridge, managing director of AutoRestore, said: “MyCarNeedsA.com differentiates itself as a comparison site through its focus on quality and customer service.
“This has resulted in many customers choosing a service provider based on factors they value more than just the lowest price, such as convenience and overall service levels.”
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