Most car owners have to continually worry about maintaining and occasionally repairing their vehicle. And for consumers who own a used car, which most consumers in India and the used vehicle market is expected to be at $75 billion in 2023, these issues are always on car owner's minds.
Questions such as how to ensure that the vehicle is not defective, how to pay the right price for a used car, how to find a trustworthy service station, how not to spend a bomb on servicing an old car, and more might have plagued you.
CheckMyGaadi was conceived to help you find answers to these questions, and make your journey as a used-car owner convenient and hassle-free.
The startup was founded in 2016 by Delhi-based entrepreneur Ram Jaiswal, who envisioned organising the domestic second-hand car maintenance market.
He tells YourStory,
“Buying and selling used cars was - and still is - a big grey area in the auto industry. People were sceptical about purchases. Servicing was entirely unorganised, and buyers often ended up going to non-trustworthy service stations to avoid high expenses.”
It started as a pre-purchase car inspection platform for people looking to buy pre-owned cars; it even helped them arrive at the right valuation for the used vehicle. Two-plus years and nearly 3,000 car inspections later, CheckMyGaadi expanded into the services side at the end of 2018.
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