Otobots Expanding Mobile Car Repair Service In Texas

Otobots Expanding Mobile Car Repair Service In Texas

Currently available in Chicago, Houston and Dallas, the on-demand repair service is expanding to Austin and several suburbs in Houston and Dallas, the company said.

AUSTIN, Texas – Otobots said it is expanding its mobile automotive repair service in Texas.

Currently available in Chicago, Houston and Dallas, the on-demand repair service is expanding to Austin and several suburbs in Houston and Dallas, the company said.

“Austin is one of the technology-friendly cities in the nation and Otobots is excited to offer convenient auto repair service in this area,” said Kuruvilla Simon, co-founder and CMO of Otobots. “We are transforming the car ownership and repair experience by providing customers with upfront quotes and scheduling certified mechanics to travel to their home or office to complete services.”

On average, Otobots mobile mechanics have more than 10 years’ experience, and most are master technicians with ASE certifications, according to the company.

Otobots offers a 12-month, 12,000-mile warranty on all work.

The company said it is “actively hiring technicians within a 30-mile radius” of the Dallas, Houston and Austin metropolitan areas.

Otobots has mechanics available in the suburbs of Round Rock, Cedar Park, Pearland, Sugarland, Richmond, The Woodlands, Stafford, Spring, Humble, Fresno, Fort Worth, Arlington, Richardson, Carrollton, Desoto, Frisco, Grapevine other cities in Texas, according to the company.

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