The Real Reason Your “Check Engine Light” is On

There's no reason why every car owner shouldn't have one...

​New device instantly tells you if there's a problem with your car, how severe it is, and if it's an emergency or not (all in simple and easy to understand terms) – leaving shady mechanics in the dust – no longer able to rip you off!

​Have you ever gone to an auto repair shop for an oil change, only to have the mechanic say you need a new transmission? Or has the mysterious "check engine" light come on, and next thing you know the mechanic has a list of expensive engine parts that need replacing?

​Unfortunately, mechanics know taking advantage of people is easy, given their lack of knowledge about car maintenance needs. Mechanics making things up to jack your rates up happens all the time, and they do it more often with women…

But now there's finally a way to help you avoid getting scammed by shady mechanics!

What is it?

It's called CarDoc. It is the first easy-to-use car health maintenance monitor.

Two engineers based out of Atlanta, GA were tired of seeing their friends and family get taken advantage of at auto shops, so they decided to do something about it. They created this new affordable device that plugs into your car's OBD (on-board diagnostics) port – the very same port that mechanics use to figure out what's wrong with your car.

EVERY car built in 1996 or later is required to have this port.

This new device will instantly diagnose your car's problems for you and translate them into simple, easy-to-understand terms – and much more! Meaning, the next time a mechanic is trying to pull one over on you, you can call them on it!


When that "Check Engine Light" comes on, CarDoc tells you exactly what's causing it in a way anyone can understand. No more looking up codes or taking it to the dreaded auto shop only to be given a list of unnecessary repairs – never again!

You can also turn off the check engine light right from the CarDoc App if the problem is not serious or if you want to see if it will reoccur. How cool is that?!

Sounds Great, But How Much Does it Cost?

With all the benefits CarDoc provides, you'd think it would cost a few hundred dollars, right? That's what makes this company so great. The founders of CarDoc made it incredibly affordable so they can help as many people as possible avoid getting scammed by mechanics, while also staying on top of their car's health.

It retails for only $45.99 and you can purchase it on their official website here.

Don't wait till it's too late! A small investment of a little more than that cost of an oil change can keep your car running smoothly and out of shady auto shops.


As a special introductory sale, the company is now offering an incredible "Buy 2 – Get 1 FREE" deal to all new customers.

Take advantage and get CarDoc for only $45.99/ea instead of $59.00/ea!

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⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Highly Recommended!

By, ​Ken on ​March 30, 2017

I need this gadget x8! Myself 👩🏾, 4 adult non mechanic sons👨🏽‍🔧👨🏽‍🔧👨🏽‍🔧👨🏾‍🔧, 2 in laws 💁🏽💁🏽, & my very good shade tree mechanic friend

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Great quality and features

By, ​Lisa on ​April 2, 2017

If this is really true, I would highly recommend this Device . This is a great invention and an absolute need in the maintenance and care of your Auto

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Great product for a great price!!!

By, ​Jenny on ​April 17, 2017

I've still got one I bought back in the late 60's or early 70's -- As I remember I played around a little pin-stripping on a couple of old fenders

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Amazing Product! 10/10

By, ​Larry on ​May 18, 2017

This device could go either way. Put mechanics out of business or give them a kick in the pants to be HONEST with customers.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Very Useful

By, Mike on ​June 11, 2017

Bought me one got it yesterday fixed my truck in 5 minutes. Awesome!!! A mechanic shop would have been 65 just to look at it.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Easy to use and operate

By, ​Scott on ​July 2, 2017

The automotive equivalent of WebMD

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Very Happy With This Product :)

By, ​Linda on ​March 11, 2017

I got one at the auto show in 1976. Still have it somewhere.