Mobile mechanics are what they sounds like. They come to your place to perform mobile repairs of your vehicle on-location. Sounds great right? Well it is. But what if you do not have your own vehicle and/or truck to give them service work?
Well there is still hope for you and your automotive needs. Mobile/motorized mechanic’s can still come to your dealership to perform car repairs or other services. Most dealerships have their own garages attached to their dealership. That means all you have to do is tell the mechanic what type of vehicle you have and they can come to your dealership.
Some of these mobile mechanics have the benefit of coming on a schedule that is convenient for you. For example if your vehicle needs batteries replaced, instead of having to go out on a date to have your battery checked, he can come to your auto at his convenience. This makes the whole process highly convenient for you.
Other types of vehicles may need repairs that he cannot perform at his dealership because of insurance regulations. Some of these mechanics may be familiar with your type of vehicle but not your make or model. In this case he would need to call the insurance company to see what type of coverage they require.
Another benefit of having mobile mechanics at your auto repair shop is the great service. They know your vehicles better than any other vehicle owner and can really diagnose what is wrong with your vehicle. And if your vehicle requires a brand new battery or wiring system, they can probably come and do a quick job to make sure your battery is in good shape before your next service appointment.
So whether your dealership mechanics provide convenience, reliability, or a fully-equipped, fully staffed and friendly service room, hiring a mobile mechanic can be beneficial to both you and your car. You save money on repairs, you save time by not having to drive to the auto body shop, and you also save time by having a mechanic right at your fingertips. When you’re ready for a repair, you don’t have to worry about where to go or who you will go to. You can trust them to fix your car quickly and efficiently.
But mobile mechanics aren’t all about convenience. Many offer all of the services an on-site shop offers but at a more economical price. They often offer all of the same warranties, parts and services that your dealership offers, but may charge less because they aren’t located near an auto body shop and don’t have to pay the high start-up fees and other fees to get started. It really just makes good sense.
Some people prefer to take care of their cars on their own, saving money in the process. That’s why many owners turn to independent mechanics instead of going through a dealership. However, many dealerships offer auto repairs as well and don’t discount the services offered by independent contractors. If the price difference between an independent mechanic working for a dealership and one working for a non-dealership is two hours of labor, then it seems the dealership is offering more convenience and value to car owners. Either way, the choice is up to the car owner.