Openbay’s goal is to improve the process of getting your car repaired and maintained. The Cambridge-startup launched its service today and revealed seed funding from Google Ventures, Andreessen Horowitz’s a16z seed fund, Boston Seed Capital, and Stage 1 Ventures.
RepairPal.com uses data to provide consumers with credible information about car repairs, and it received $13 million to build out its product and network.
Waiting in a mechanic shop while your car gets a new set of brakes can be incredibly boring. Your Mechanic takes the auto shop out of the equation and brings a mechanic to wherever you are, instead of you going to the repair shop. The company is raising a $1.2 million seed round.