Q: How does clutcher.com work?
A: We pick up your car! You stay productive at your office or focused on your priorities at your business or home. We return your vehicle once your scope of work is completed. We also offer on-site convenience check-ups and some emergency services including jump start service and spare tire installation.
Q: What services does clutcher.com offer?
A: Clutcher.com offers vehicle maintenance services such as oil changes and tire rotations. We also offer a wide variety of diagnostic and repair services. Since clutcher.com also allows car owners access to their service provider of choice, virtually any automotive repair service can be accessed with minimal inconvenience.
Q: What is the service area for clutcher.com
A: The current service area for clutcher.com includes the cities of Olathe, Lenexa, and Overland Park Kansas and nearby locations. We regularly service vehicles from Corporate Woods to the Lenexa City Center and from the Shawnee-Mission Parkway to the Olathe Medical Center. Call or e-mail to check availability for nearby locations.
Q: Is clutcher.com insured?
A: Yes. Clutcher.com understands the necessity of protecting our customers and our business. Contact us or refer to our standard terms and conditions for details.
Q: Where does my car go after you pick it up?
A: For maximum value and quality, clutcher.com uses highly rated partner service centers for our in-house services. Each customer is notified of the scheduled service location. We can also deliver your car to your preferred dealership or independent service provider.
Q: How much does it cost?
A: Our signature vehicle pick-up and delivery service is only $35.00. Quick-lane oil changes (synthetic blend) are available for an every day price of $68. See our menu for a complete list of prices.
Q: Every time I take my car in for a $20 oil change, I walk out the door with a $250 credit card charge. What gives?
A: We can recommend service centers that have a reputation for integrity and who have earned their reputation by not over-charging customers and not selling unnecessary services.