Internet Crusaders Put Auto Repair Scam Artists Out of Business

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<p><strong>Chicago &mdash; Sept. 21</strong><br />The days of fretting about rampant rip-offs in the auto repair industry have come to a screeching halt.  </p><p>It seems almost everyone has a horror story when it comes to taking the car into the shop. Luckily, a Chicagoland company has been listening and developed a new way for people to find high-quality mechanics, even if they don&rsquo;t know a muffler from an English muffin. </p><p> is a Web site for drivers to compare auto service quotes without ever picking up a phone or leaving the driveway.<br /><br />What makes IanAuto so great, said founder Drew Turnbaugh, is that the service is free and convenient. </p><p>&ldquo;We help people accomplish in minutes what used to take hours of calling and headaches,&rdquo; he said.  </p><p>The scam artists are out of luck because IanAuto only allows top-quality shops to give quotes. </p><p>&ldquo;The auto repair industry has long suffered from a few bad apples spoiling the experience for everyone,” Turnbaugh said. “Now that the rotten shops are weeded out, customers and quality technicians win.&rdquo;<br /><br />Auto repair pros are also praising this new service.</p><p>&ldquo;All I have to do is look at the screen and see the people we&rsquo;ve been trying to get in front of,&rdquo; said Jim Draus of Warrenville Car Clinic.  &ldquo;Now, we get to show them why we&rsquo;ve been in business for so many years. We get to show people there are alternatives to the horror stories out there.&rdquo;  </p>

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