Cycle One “Buyers Guide” – Calculate ownership costs and see if it makes economic sense to purchase!
Car depreciation is a drop in a value of a car from it’s purchasing price. In other words, what a car is worth at the moment of purchase and what will it be worth in 5 years time.
TCO (True Cost of Ownership) from the data you provide we calculate the cost of maintenance, fuel and insurance in a 5 year period.
Track all of it’s real expenses
Fuel, unscheduled and scheduled services.
Get notifications for subscription based payments
Insurance, parking ticket, highway pass, and many more.
Order parts or services
Fix all the damages reported in buying guide directly from My garage, order new parts and get offers.
Print your digital service book
If you decide to sell your car, print out the maintenance book and it will give you the edge you need.
We are currently in the “open beta” phase and expect the application to go “live” in mid-October 2021. If you are interested in testing our application and being one of the first users, leave us your e-mail via the form below, and we will send you access data. Whether you’re a petrol head or a driving school attendee, we would like to hear your opinion of our app. Please, don’t be shy and help us build a better product.
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When choosing among alternatives, brands, and models, buyers should not look just at the purchasing price, but also at its long-term price known as the true cost of ownership. You might find the cheaper option more attractive as it makes you feel you saved money, but bear in mind that the vehicle with the lower TCO makes more sense in the long run.
Buyers Guide breaks down the car depreciation and provides you with the true cost of ownership.
The car depreciation (loss in value) is the difference between a car's value when you buy it and when you come to sell it. The main difference between buying a new or a used car is that with the new car there is a manufacturing process standard, while each used car carries a history. Buyers Guide aims to identify the data points in recreating that legacy by identifying all car ownership costs and calculating the true cost of ownership from the data you provide. It will help you answer what cars hold their value the best, have the most economical fuel costs or the lowest service and maintenance cost.
Here is how it works - by inserting the car identifiers, your preferred yearly mileage, marking the car damages, and pressing the “get insurance quota” you will receive the current depreciation, service schedule plan, and future depreciation on 5-year basis.
Buying a car is not an easy decision and often includes many hours spent in showrooms looking at vehicle features and specifications. Wishlist allows you to do all that and much more from the comfort of your home. Here you can explore, check, and compare up to 3 cars you shortlisted as your favourite ones! Each search will be automatically saved so you can compare different brands and models. You can also share your wish list with your friends and ask them their opinion.
The power of data - forewarned is forearmed.
Detailed estimation on the true car ownership might come as a surprise or even a shock but, but we are here to empower and back-up your decision with insightful data.
My Garage is your virtual assistant for the car you decided to purchase. It keeps track of all ownership related expenses - fuel, unscheduled and scheduled services and it notifies you about the subscription- based payments, such as insurance, parking ticket, highway pass, and many more.
Additionally, My Garage allows you to fix all damages reported in Buyers Guide, order new parts and get offers. It holds all important info about your car - date of last service, mileage etc. – which can easily be printed out in a form of digital service book and used for selling purposes, plus it can also come in handy in case of a car accident when filling out the accident report.