GoMechanic, India’s largest network of technology-enabled car service centres announced the #OpenForHeroes initiative to support emergency and essential vehicles such as ambulances, police vehicles, etc across the top metro cities they operate in. As the entire country is on a lockdown, local authorities are realizing that the society needs critical support of technical persons who provide essential maintenance to ensure smooth running of water, electricity, sewerage and repair & maintenance of essential vehicles. Gurgaon Police have directed their officers to allow free movement of such technicians & mechanics.

When someone (of an emergency or essential services vehicles only) books an order via GoMechanic (which is free of charge), the team will quickly send it to a functional workshop as per that city's policy. They will also ascertain the nature of the vehicle and do basic validation to ensure the benefit reaches the right and intended ones. *All labour and service charges will be completely waived and only actuals charged as per consumption besides applicable taxes. If as per the state law, the centres cannot be open, then GoMechanic will find and send the nearest available mechanic to the spot for repairing. Their workshops & mechanics are following strict sanitization methods. The number to call is 08398970970

Commenting on #OpenforHeroes, Kushal Karwa, Co-Founder, GoMechanic said, “Emergency and essential services cannot afford to stop even moreso when India is under a lockdown. Ensuring they get access to the best service and their vehicles keep running is the need of the hour and we felt it is our duty to offer the same. At the same time, we wanted to show our appreciation for these real life heroes in whatever way this is of help to each of them. Join us and the GoMechanic team in saluting and appreciating the contribution and sacrifice of these real life heroes.”

About GoMechanic:

GoMechanic, founded in 2016 by Kushal Karwa and Amit Bhasin, is currently India’s largest network of technology-enabled car service centres, offering a seamless car service experience at the convenience of a tap. They were joined by Rishabh Karwa and Nitin Rana, who brought in their unique and complementary competencies to that of Amit and Kushal. GoMechanic’s asset light model with centralized bulk procurement of spare parts from OEM’s, zero real-estate overheads and technology-driven efficiency, results in significant savings which are passed onto the customers. GoMechanic has 260+ car repair workshops across Delhi-NCR, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Pune, Bengaluru, Chandigarh, Ahmedabad, Jaipur & Chennai. It currently services 2+ million cars annually and is targeting 10 million customers by 2021. 

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