Oakville, Ontario – Finding the right shop for your vehicle’s repairs is as important a relationship as any, and Oakville, Ontario-based company, Crash Bay, is poised to play matchmaker with the launch of their new collision centre search engine.
The automotive e-commerce company first launched CrashBay in 2019, and now with the updated ability to search through a database of thousands of certified repair shops, they are helping connect drivers and repairers across Canada and the U.S. and get them through what CrashBay founder, John Harvey, referred to as an often “confusing, fragmented and inconsistent process,” according to the press release.
Users simply go to the company’s website and enter their city into the search bar. The search engine then identifies all nearby shops, from which you can then narrow down further into specific certifications and even book appointments straight from the website.
Membership for shops to be a part of CrashBay’s online network is always open, and promises that “signing up includes several benefits for car repair businesses, including increasing brand visibility, accessing a wide variety of marketplace benefits, and the ability to book extra work,” according to the press release.
The company states it as their mission to “make auto repair easier for everyone by providing a search function that enables users to find pre-qualified repairs in one search engine.”