Tip #1 - Use Keywords
Car In Order does best with keywords only. Ideally you enter only the exact name of the repair and select the correct result:
For example, you type in alternator and click search.
A BAD example would be to type in
How much to repair my alternator?
Tip #2 - Less Can Be More
Car In Order search will be more inclusive if you include less in your search. A bit counter intuitive, but check out a couple of examples:
For example, you type in distrib because you don't remember the full spelling of "distributor". The results returned are:
Or say you don’t remember the full name of the repair, only that it has the word belt in it:
Tip #3 - Search By Category
Car In Order searches through repair names, repair name synonyms ("also known as"), and repair categories. Don’t know the exact name of a repair? Try searching by category:
For example, you type in brakes and click search:
Or you type in cooling and click search:
Tip #4 - Use Quotes
For very specific searches, use quotes around your search term(s).
For example, you type in wheel and click search:
But if you add quotes like,"wheel" and click search: