Autocheck partners with Nigerian motor dealers for digitized car sales, car repair and car loans


Autochek, has signed an agreement with the Association of Motor Dealers of Nigeria (AMDON), to prioritize digitized car loans, car sales, and car repairs. Etop Ikpe, the CEO of Autocheck Africa described the strong cooperation as a lever in achieving a digitized and enabling platform for vehicle dealers across Nigeria.

Mr. Ikpe described the partnership with Autocheck Africa as a way of delivering a digitally enabled platform for vehicle dealers across Nigeria. Through this partnership, AMDON members will work on a platform that introduces both technology and data in creating a single marketplace for car loans, car sales, and car repairs.

Through this collaboration, AMDON members drive more sales by fully exploiting the online marketplace, increasing the visibility of their inventories to potential buyers. Car buyers not only choose from a select number of vehicles but can access multiple car loan offers from financial partners operating on Autochek’s platform.

This partnership introduces standardized inspections and rating system for vehicles while enhancing customer trust when completing the car buying process. Prince Adedoyin, the chairman of AMDON described the partnership as timely and beneficial as it gives its members a chance to expand their businesses by leveraging digital solutions and technology provided by Autocheck.

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