5 Reasons You Should Consider Using RepairSmith For Your Car Repair Needs

As a busy mom, I don’t have the time nor patience to sit around for long hours and wait on anything. This includes car repairs. One of the biggest annoyances when it comes to car repairs is being confined to the building and waiting on the mechanic to get done either figuring out the problem or fixing it. I also cannot stand sitting in a tiny room wondering how bad my car situation is. Thankfully there is now a solution for us busy mamas. That solution is RepairSmith.

What is RepairSmith? To put it in simple terms, it’s car repair service delivered to your home or office. For the first time ever, car owners can choose to get their cars repaired directly in their driveways or at one of RepairSmith’s certified repair shops.

I’d like to share with you some of the many benefits of using RepairSmith for your car repair needs:

Diagnosis Tool

RepairSmith has a diagnosis tool right on their website that can give you an idea of what may be wrong with your vehicle. You will be asked for your zip code, make/model of your vehicle (or license plate number) and then go through a few questions asking more about the problem(s) you are experiencing. Once you are finished answering them, it brings up possible ideas of what may be wrong. Select a choice from the options and then get a quote.

Get A Free Quote

Yes, you read that right. Quotes are upfront and prices are guaranteed. The price you see is the price you pay, in your driveway or at the shop. Absolutely no surprises. They offer competitive pricing.

Get Car Repair On Demand

You can schedule an appointment, get a quote via text and manage your car repairs and maintenance all online. The team of repair advisors and mechanics make it easy, from 6 am to 10 pm, 7 days a week. No having to call a phone number, be put on hold for who knows how long just to end up disappointed with availability. You have total control from the beginning and they work with YOUR schedule.

RepairSmith’s expert delivery mechanics are equipped with company vans and state-of-the-art tools and equipment allowing them to handle about 85% of repairs on-site. If shop-level tools are required, car owners can drop off at one of their fully-vetted shops.

Here is what they offer:

  • Replace spark plugs
  • Replace front brake pads
  • Replace catalytic converter
  • Replace front brake rotors
  • Replace rear brake pads
  • Replace alternator
  • Service automatic transmission fluid
  • Transmission rebuilt/replace
  • Synthetic oil change

Repair Warranty

All repairs with RepairSmith are backed by a 12 month/12,000 Mile Warranty.


Currently, RepairSmith services are only available in the Greater Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego, as well as the Bay Area and Sacramento. They have plans to roll out to other major cities this year. You do have the option to sign up on the site to be notified of when they will be opening a location near you.


As a busy mom, the idea of RepairSmith is truly a breath of fresh air. While I may work from home, I am also always on the go either running errands or traveling. Those with busy schedules are the perfect candidates for this car repair service. I look forward to RepairSmith hopefully opening up a shop in or near Delaware in the near future.

Sound off in the comments below: What are your thoughts on RepairSmith? Will you consider using them if they open a location near you?

This is a sponsored post written on behalf of RepairSmith. All opinions expressed here are my own.


Candid Mama


  1. Automotive Hospital
    June 6, 2021 at 6:46 pm

    Great content and tips that everyone can follow through for their car repair needs.

  2. Daniel Lalonde
    July 1, 2021 at 10:59 am

    They are not trustworthy. They diagnosed my van wrong and I payed 400.00 for a pump that was not the problem. The second person to look at my van said it was just a leaking hose and they wanted to charge me another 400.00. when I called them on it they just pushed me off and try to get me to pay more money. My van is still not fixed. I wanted to find a mechanic I can trust and I now know that Repair Smith is NOT trustworthy.

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