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iGAAUGE Extends AAMCO Service and Peace of Mind for Customers

Mobile Phone Application Now Available for Download on iTunes

HORSHAM, PA -- (Marketwire) -- 12/02/09 -- National car care leader AAMCO® today released a mobile application that gives customers access to diagnostic tools and up-to-the-mile maintenance information at the touch of a button. The iGAAUGE, among the first of its kind for a national car care leader, is available for the iPhone® and iPod touch® and can be downloaded from the iTunes® App Store. It is free of charge for a limited time.

iGAAUGE provides a car's maintenance schedule, troubleshoots car issues, provides traffic updates, locates the nearest gas station, contacts roadside assistance and connects users to the nearest AAMCO. Special AAMCO offers and coupons will be made available exclusively to iGAAUGE users via the application.

"AAMCO's commitment to our customers is about expert service, value, and the peace of mind that comes with having a car care specialist to rely on," said Mike Ganjei, president, National AAMCO Dealers Association. "iGAAUGE lets our customers take that peace of mind with them wherever they go by putting our expert technicians right on their phones. We want our customers to be able to get information on the road and have the ability to quickly connect to AAMCO when they need to. iGAAUGE delivers all that and more."

iGAAUGE features include:

-- Troubleshooting Diagnostic Tool that walks drivers through a series of questions to identify the cause of dashboard indicator lights, unusual sounds or other causes of car trouble.

-- Roadside Assistance to connect drivers with the nearest AAMCO dealer and tow service, if necessary.

-- Maintenance Schedule information to view a car's routine and preventative maintenance schedules.

-- Fuel Locator function powered by GPS identifies the closest gas stations.

-- Traffic Finder tool to identify traffic trouble spots and delays.

-- Local AAMCO map that identifies the closest AAMCO dealers.

-- AAMCO Specials and deals exclusive to iGAAUGE users can be used at local AAMCO dealers.

For a demonstration of the iGAAUGE features and functionality, a video is available on the AAMCO YouTube channel.

A version of iGAAUGE for the Android(TM) will be released before the end of the year.


AAMCO is the world's largest chain of transmission specialists and one of the leaders in complete car care services. AAMCO has nearly 900 automotive centers throughout the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico. Established in 1962, AAMCO is proud to have served more than 45 million drivers. For more information, visit www.aamco.com.

AAMCO is a registered trademark of AAMCO Transmissions, Inc. Android is a trademark of Google Inc. Use of this trademark is subject to Google Permissions. iPhone, iPod Touch and iTunes are registered trademarks of Apple Inc.

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