Melbourne Startup ‘Repairy’ Wants To Make Car Servicing Hassle-Free

I sat down with the founders of Repairy, Qivin & Johan, to learn more about this startup that is trying to change how people get their car serviced. 

Dealing with scheduled maintenance and sending your vehicle for repairs is an all too familiar pain for car owners. Thankfully, Repairy provides a solution to make car serving a transparent and hassle-free experience.

The company works closely with a number of local mechanic workshops to ensure a high quality of work whilst reducing the cost and amount of time required for successful repairs.

Repairy offers an end-to-end concierge service, dropping off the vehicle at the workshop and picking it up for them at the end of the day so car owners don’t have to do it themselves. A reliable driver will be sent to your home or work to make sure the car can be serviced in a couple of hours.

Customers can either book a slot through the Repairy website or leave their car keys at the front desk or coordinate with a Repairy representative. The car can be serviced and returned back home before dinnertime.

After an initial diagnosis, Repairy provides the car owner with a quotation for the work that needs to be done as well as any spare parts involved.

Getting your car serviced through Repairy also means getting your car on the express lane. With the high volume of vehicles that the company can send to their partner workshops, Repairy vehicles will be checked before other cars who pull in off the street.

Their stake in customer support, as well as relationships with car workshops, guarantees a transparent and efficient service for car owners.

Qivin & Johan recently went through the Deakin University Spark Accelerator Program where they have refined their business case and tapped into the program’s support services.

Repairy is currently available in the CBD and parts of Melbourne.


Nathan is the founding editor behind Just Melbourne. He's into business, tech, triathlons and avocados. He also LOVES hearing from Just Melbourne readers. Tweet him @nathanjmurphy.


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