NAPA Filters Launches MyGarage For Easier Vehicle Ownership

NAPA Filters Launches MyGarage For Easier Vehicle Ownership

MyGarage allows users to track maintenance and mileage online and receive notifications for when it's time to install or buy a new filter. And, when unforeseen problems arise, the diagnostic tool provides a resource to determine what the problem may be.

GASTONIA, N.C. — NAPA Filters hopes to ease the worries of vehicle owners everywhere by launching MyGarage, an interactive online platform designed to simplify vehicle ownership. Users can track aspects of vehicle maintenance and records as well as access resources to help better anticipate pending costs. MyGarage allows users to track maintenance and mileage online and receive notifications for when it’s time to install or buy a new filter. And, when unforeseen problems arise, the diagnostic tool provides a resource to determine what the problem may be.
 
“We have continued to hear from our loyal customers [about] how they track their DIY projects; this is one way to make car maintenance and record-keeping a little easier,” said Paul Kortman, NAPA Filters’ brand manager. “NAPA Filters’ MyGarage is a hub for car owners, enabling them to determine problems, forecast costs and have a more pleasant ownership experience.”
 
Let’s say a car is not running quite like it should be. With MyGarage, users are prompted with questions: Looks like? Sounds like? Smells like? Feels like? Not working? MyGarage helps owners quickly and more accurately diagnose problems so they can handle the issue on their own, NAPA Filters says. The program was designed to be accessible and is not aimed at serious automotive buffs. Rather, it’s for the average drivers and their families as a way to further protect their investment.
 
To sign up for MyGarage, visit http://napafilters.com/napa-filters-mygarage/ and enter the make, model and mileage of the vehicle.
 

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