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Keeping drivers moving in the safest, most efficient, and planet-friendly way possible

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We believe that the automotive industry will change more in the next 5 years than in the last 50, and that every car on the road will soon be self-servicing. Join a small team working to transform how people commute everyday.
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Operations

Field Operations Manager

About Yoshi We believe that the automotive industry will change more in the next five years than it has in the last 50. The gas station was invented in 1910 and has not changed substantially since then; traditional lube and mechanic shops have not evolved much either. To enable this industry...

Sales

Sales Director

Posted 1 month ago

You are: * A winner with an impressive track record of new business development * A leader who has recruited, developed and led geographically dispersed teams * A mid-career professional with a background in B-to-B sales who thrives in uncertain, fast-paced environments What you will do: * Build...

Software Engineer

Software Engineer

We're looking for an experienced software engineer who will touch all parts of our backend and take a major ownership role. We're a small team so we're looking for someone who can wear many hats. Some of the technologies we use: - Ruby - Postgres - RESTful API design - AWS

Latest Stories and News

Wrench's on-demand vehicle repair and maintenance service picks up $20 million

  • TechCrunch
  • 6 months ago

Wrench, the Seattle-based on-demand vehicle maintenance and repair service for consumers and fleets, has raised $20 million in its latest round of financing. The company’s round was led by Vulcan Capital, with additional participation from Madrona Venture Group, Tenaya Capital and Marubeni Corp.

Equipped with diagnostic software that can assess problems with vehicles based on their owners descriptions, and service trucks that can handle most maintenance and repair work, Wrench meets fleet operators and consumers at their vehicles to provide servicing and repairs.

Given the competition coming into the market, it’s no wonder that Wrench is raising additional capital to expand its footprint into new markets. The company also said it intends to use the financing to make some key hires.

Wrench's on-demand vehicle repair and maintenance service picks up $20 million