• DriverSide's Car Management Platform Adds Coupons To The Mix

    DriverSide, the startup that wants to help car owners maintain their cars rather than buy or sell them, is getting into coupons. The startup is now providing users with coupons and special offers tailored to the kinds of cars users drive, the towns where they live, and the types of maintenance or servicing they need. The site helps take the guesswork out of car-repairs, offering firm… Read More

  • DriverSide Scores eBay Partnership, Now Featured On eBay Motors Homepage

    Big news for DriverSide, the startup that looks to help you maintain your car for as long as you own it. The startup will now be prominently featured on the homepage for eBay’s very popular eBay Motors portal as part of a new partnership between the new companies. eBay says that eBay Motors is the top most visited automotive site on the web, with over 11 million unique monthly… Read More

  • DriverSide Raises $5.3 Million To Help Keep Your Car Running Through The Recession

    DriverSide, a startup that is taking the unique approach of helping users maintain their cars rather than buy or sell them, has closed a $5.3 million Series B funding round led by Allegis Capital, with Catamount Ventures and the company’s founders also participating in the round. As part of the deal, Allegis’ Bob Ackerman will be joining the DriverSide board of directors. The… Read More

  • RepairPal, It's Like Google Health for Your Car

    Going to the mechanic is like going to the doctor. When something needs to be fixed, for most people there is no easy way to tell if they are being charged the going rate or are being ripped off. Enter RepairPal, a new site launching publicly today where you can get price estimates for different parts and repair jobs for your car. You enter your car year, model, and mileage, and it spits… Read More

  • DriverSide Takes The Guesswork Out of Car Repairs

    What’s your favorite car site? If you can’t pick one, you’re probably in the majority: despite the abundance of successful auto sites, few people ever frequent one regularly. That’s because most of these sites are primarily concerned with buying and selling cars rather than their long term maintenance. DriverSide, a new startup that launches today, is looking to… Read More