Ensuring that your car is serviced regularly is essential. It helps discover any faults with the vehicle that could quickly become costly issues if not resolved, which might even take your car off the road altogether. But what will you do if your car breaks down in the middle of nowhere?
Companies are going digital, bringing the services closer to clients; Carhoot is a big deal. Founded by Moses Kihumba, the end-to-end car care and mobile maintenance app helps car owners to call for assistance, order accessories, and have their vehicles maintained.
Speaking to Kenya2uhub, the CEO said that Cahoot was created out of his car enthusiasm and love for the car and sought to ensure clients get credible services and verified parts from verified providers.
According to Kihumba, cahoot ought to disrupt the sector, connect the car owners to vetted and approved mechanics, guaranteeing the client quality service, making the car ownership experience completely enjoyable.
App users can access towing services, car repairs, genuine spares, and car importation by a tap on their smartphones. Currently, towing services are available in Mombasa, Nairobi, Eldoret, and Nakuru, while garage services are only in Nairobi County.
To gain client trust, the company has partnered with well-established brands in major towns to fasten service delivery, saving client’s time and remain convenient.
Since its launch in December 2020, cahoot application has received over 500,000 downloads, indicating that clients are looking for convenience, transparency and trust. Thanks to Carhoot.
Due to the high demand, the company plans to extend its reach to other East African countries before the end of 2022. You can visit the Play Store or Apple Store to download the application for you to track car care, request services and save time and the hustle. Have you checked it?
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