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Oct. 15, 2020—A new car repair marketplace has made its grand debut.

According to a press release, The Car Savior is an online marketplace for drivers and mechanics and is powered by AI diagnostics.

With the new marketplace, if a consumer has a broken-down vehicle, for example, they can get on the website, answer two minutes of questions, find out what is wrong, and they can get precise bids from local, vetted, independent shops  and mechanics. No connection to the car is required and the results are based on a combination  the user’s description of the car’s behavior, data analysis of historical issues with each model, and trained expertise.

The Car Savior has diagnosed more than 8,000 cars with over 80 percent accuracy. According to the press release, users can get repairs completed in hours with prices up to 30 percent less than those from big chains.

The Car Savior has mechanics in Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, Austin, Texas, and Lake Charles, La., offering garage and mobile repairs. The company plans to continue their expansion for the next two years nationwide.

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