Spain's DIA Asociacion Estatal de Víctimas de Accidentes is an organization committed to helping the victims of car accidents. Following ClearMechanic's recent launch in Spain at the MVP Conference in Barcelona, the DIA decided to publicize ClearMechanic's service on their website (note: this piece is in Spanish).
DIA's reasoning is quite interesting and reveals a broader social benefit from bringing transparency to car repairs. Currently, the lack of trust toward the automotive repair industry causes consumers to decline car repairs, even if those repairs are necessary for safety reasons. This creates a safety issue for all drivers, as vehicles on the road have not been properly serviced or repaired.
With ClearMechanic, consumers can see real proof of their vehicle defects and, consequently, actually pay for necessary repairs. This creates a "win-win-win" situation:
- "Win" for Honest Repair Shops and Mechanics: Honest mechanics are rewarded for being transparent and proving their recommendations are necessary.
- "Win" for Consumers: Consumers can have confidence that the repairs they approve are actually needed.
- "Win" for Society: All drivers are safer when cars are properly maintained and serviced.