Andrew Page and WhoCanFixMyCar partner

Factor to supply parts for registered garages

Published:  08 September, 2014

Motor factor Andrew Page has announced it is to set up a partnership with WhocanFixMyCar.com to help garages and consumers get value for money.

The website helps motorists find a reputable local garage or technician and the partnership will offer a further benefit to these garages, providing them with a range of products suitable for each repair and the option to purchase them all online. Each part will come with a warranty providing peace of mind for all.

WhoCanFixMyCar has seen 43,000 vehicle owners use the website for services ranging from MOT to accident repair. The new partnership with Andrew Page will provide garages with the support of the nationwide automotive distributor and re-assure motorists as to the quality of the repair work. To date, almost 5000 garages, repair workshops, technicians and franchised dealers have signed up to WhoCanFixMyCar.com, The partnership with Andrew Page will provide support to the automotive aftermarket by offering a range of parts to tackle the repairs as requested by the motorist. A dedicated Andrew Page account manager will be on hand to provide assistance to the garages and technicians in providing a speedy and accurate quote.

"This new partnership with WhoCanFixMyCar.com is a perfect fit with Andrew Page's ethos," explains Simon Mullin, Sales and Marketing Director, Andrew Page. "Our aim has always been to provide the garage with an excellent range of matching quality components to suit all budget requirements, and WhoCanFixMyCar.com lets owners find the local businesses who provide the highest levels of customer service. Going forward, motorists will also know that the parts used are of the right quality, and are covered by a comprehensive warranty."

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