Looking for a New Way to Market Your Business?
AutoShopit.com is Canada's largest directory for auto mechanics.


Every day consumers visit our site because they have a car problem that needs to be solved. They visit our site with two main goals in mind.

1

To find a local mechanic that can repair their
car

2

To read customer reviews and discover which mechanic they can trust.

 

 

 

When you create your FREE local business listing
you gain access to these customers and can ensure that you:

 


Get found when customers search online


Gain instant access to the top of the search engines with your local listing.
No website
or technical experience required.

 

Gather reviews and gain customer trust


Your Reputation Matters, Receive and display positive feedback allowing new customers to trust you and use your service with confidence.

 

Get more customers and grow your business


Benefit from a consistent flow of new customers looking for a local auto mechanic to solve their problems.




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"Thank You AutoShopit.com"

 

Like most mechanics, most of my business has always come from referrals. All of the courses that I took kept teaching that the internet was one of the best ways to market myself.

At first I didn't believe them but then when I tried it I was shocked with the results.

I'm continually amazed with how much business I get from being found on the internet and as this increases my online reputation has become critical to my shops success.

AutoShopit.com not only helps me gain access to more local customers, they are helping me build and maintain a positive reputation in the marketplace. These guys really know their stuff.

Tom Cowan
Chief Mechanic, Toy Town Motors