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Service Manual Download Website RepairLoader Adds Four New Manufacturers to the Site

The Recent Addition is in Response to Popular Demand

LOS ANGELES, April 18, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- RepairLoader, a service manual download website that features a wide range of car, motorcycle, boat and engine repair manuals, has just added four new manufacturers to its online inventory. The recent additions were in response to customer demand. In addition, the site recently implemented a new "top searches" list, which is in addition to its existing "top sellers" list. The newly-added list shows visitors to the homepage which specific manuals other people have recently searched for.

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The timing for these new additions could not be any more perfect. As the economy continues to struggle, more and more people are becoming interested in learning how to fix their own vehicles. Rather than bring their cars or motorcycles in for repair—which can be extremely costly—drivers want to learn how to do the work on their own. With the vast array of user manuals featured at RepairLoader, including the newly-added manufacturers, "do it yourselfers" will be able to find the specific information they need to complete the job.

All of the 12,000 or so repair manuals on the website are offered "as is" and come from a variety of sources. Most of the files are available as PDF documents. To help people download their needed manual more easily after they purchase it, the website also features a free Adobe PDF reader. Customers who have questions after they buy a manual are also welcome to email the company at any time for help.

Using the RepairLoader website is extremely easy; in addition to the different lists, visitors to the site can search by keyword or brand. Handy category tabs at the top of the homepage make it simple to find a specific manual. For example, someone who needs a copy of a 2004 Toyota Sienna service manual can type the year, make and model into the search bar, and almost immediately several choices will appear on the computer screen. Customers can pay for their manual via PayPal, and download it directly to their computer or tablet.

"We update the catalog once in a while when new files are coming in," an article on the easy-to-navigate website said, adding that the company is a trusted and extensive source of manuals worldwide.

"The files we have here are mainly for bikes, cars or other vehicles, but we provide one or the other nice extra. Just search!"

About RepairLoader:

RepairLoader was founded in 2012 and quickly established itself as one of the leading online platforms for car, motorcycle, boat and engine manuals in the United States. The company offers official service and repair manual downloads, even rare older manuals many manufacturers don't have in stock any more. For more information, please visit http://www.repairloader.com

Media Contact: Jack Almeida RepairLoader, (949) 555-2861, [email protected]

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