Getting the necessary car particulars could sometimes be an uphill task. Many Nigerian car owners can relate to this, which is why Oyeniran Samuel Sanmi decided to salvage the situation by founding Regexpress.
Regexpress was launched in October, 2016 as an online platform that allows car owners to renew their car papers such as road worthiness, vehicle license, insurance, etc.
How Regexpress works
Upon order placement for car paper renewal, Regexpress takes upon itself the aches of running around from place to place, and putting all necessary efforts needed to ensured that the vehicle papers are renewed successfully.
Renewing your car papers is what we do. Instead of having to go to 3 places places to get your papers renewed. We do all the walking around and have it delivered to you in 24 hrs”
Despite that Regexpress was initiated to relief the hurdles encountered while renewing car papers, it has extended its operations to other features. Additional services offered on the platform include free support with relating paper issues, and reminders — so you don’t have to worry about getting caught for defaulting on any car documentation rules.
As peculiar to most markets, Samuel knows that gaining grounds for his new venture in the market won’t be easy. Especially, not with competitors like Iwemoto and Carreg, jostling for the same market attention. Nevertheless, he banks on affordability as their selling edge. In his words; “Our price beats them all.”
Would you want Regexpress to handle your next paper renewals? Visit the website immediately.
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