Q: Does your mechanic do monthly payments?

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Does your mechanic do monthly payments??

The mechanics focus solely on the technical requirements of the diagnostic and repairs on your car and thus are not involved in billing and accounting. At present, there is no "financing" available partly due to the efforts already made to eliminate what is often a large "overhead" component in repair costs if you use a conventional shop. YourMechanic is a mobile, right to your door service, and so much cost has already been wrung out, costs are more reasonable and the need for financing reduced. A valid credit card is required to hold an appointment and to verify that the appointment request is legitimate. This prevents fictitious appointments and ensures that mechanics are not wasting their time driving around. Although a credit card is required to book an appointment, YourMechanic will only process the payment after the repair is complete. If you need to change the credit card number, you can give use a different card. If you have further questions or concerns, do not hesitate to re-contact YourMechanic as we are always here to help you.

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