AutoAdvisor.co.uk teams up with Tech4Techs

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Technical support now available to garages via secure portal

New car repair comparison site www.AutoAdvisor.co.uk has partnered with technical data provider site Tech4Techs to provide garages with discounted technical data support.

Technical information is now available via Tech4Techs in the AutoAdvisior.co.uk Garage Portal. Every AutoAdvisor garage receives an initial 14-day free trial but also receives a £20 discount off their annual subscription.

With modern vehicles becoming more and more complex, the need for comprehensive technical information in the workshop is more important than ever.

Without the correct up-to-date technical information, not even a straightforward service can be considered straightforward.

From selecting the correct grade of oil, resetting service indicators, to comprehensive guides for replacing timing belts and chains – access to technical data is a daily necessity for just about every workshop.

Tech4Techs includes OEM based service schedules with printable service check sheets, technical diagrams, guided fault diagnosis and MOT information to name but a few benefits.

Registering is simple, and as part of an exclusive launch offer, every new garage that signs up will be given a free six-month subscription period, which will start when AutoAdvisor goes live after its trade launch. Garages will still be able to gain access to the AutoAdvisor portal to create a profile and familiarise themselves with the site before the official launch, where they will also receive a notification when a job is waiting for a response. Thereafter, cost for a premium membership is just £275 per year.

Alex Taylor of AutoAdvisor said: “We are delighted to have partnered with Tech4Techs as we see it as our responsibility to support our garages with the very best technical support to ensure that they are fully confident in servicing and repairing modern vehicles.” 

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