WhoCanFixMyCar’s servicing deal with Cazoo

Online used car dealer Cazoo has struck a deal with aggregator WhoCanFixMyCar to introduce servicing and MOT pre-payment plans.  The servicing work will be handled by the dealer’s own servicing facilities, or for an extra fee, by mobile technicians at the customer’s preferred location.

Cazoo acquired Imperial Cars in mid-2020

Cazoo acquired a significant amount of hardware and resource to service and repair vehicles following its acquisition of 18-branch Imperial Cars in July 2020. However, the introduction of ‘CazooCare’ is the first time the firm has offered a lay-by scheme.


Gratis benefits of the plan include a car wash with the service, seasonal health checks and free puncture repair as well as a discount on mechanical repairs, labour and tyre replacements.

Al Preston, WhoCanFixMyCar, Founder, said: “Given WhoCanFixMyCar’s strengths lie in network management and aftersales technology, we were well-placed to advise and build this solution with Cazoo.”

Published by Greg Whitaker

Editor of CAT Magazine and an experienced motoring journalist @GregWhitaker5

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