Wrench is a Seattle-based company that offers mobile mechanics on demand, is aiming to challenge the traditional auto industry. Now it's looking like traditional auto care wants in.Mobile Auto Repair Mechanicsmobile mechanic Washington DC Wrench revealed on Wednesday that Bridgestone Americas made a 10 percent minority investment in the business. The amount of the stake in Bridgestone Americas was not revealed by the companies. Wrench had previously raised money through the $20 million Series C round in the month of November 2022.The 90-year-old Japanese firm Bridgestone is the largest tire maker in the world, having established an expanded U.S. presence after it bought American rival Firestone in the year 1988. Although the company is known mostly for its tires Bridgestone also sells other automotive parts, manufactures bicycles, supports sports events and runs over 2200 automotive service centers owned by the company.How to decide if you should take your car to repair shopsBridgestone mobile mechanic Tucson Arizona hopes to leverage these complementary services to access the auto service sector. Wrench provides on-site auto maintenance service, roadside assistance and towing, detailing of vehicles, and inspection of used vehicles.Both companies will announce partnership deals to customers during the second quarter of this year. It will be possible to earn a Wrench reward for referrals from Bridgestone retail stores, as well as using Wrench to make appointments at Firestone Complete Auto Care stores.Brian Goldstine of Bridgestone Americas Mobility Solutions, said in an announcement that "consumer needs for maintenance on their cars are shifting due to the increasing popularity of the Internet and the availability of on-demand services." "Wrench together with our company-owned retail stores and affiliated dealers, will provide an exceptional service platform for consumers that delivers an unrivaled automotive experience with added convenience and flexibility." mobile mechanic Wilmington North Carolina for consumersTire Company Bridgestone Invests in Mobile Mechanic Startup"Wrench is a cutting-edge solution pairing convenience with an extensive range of vehicle maintenance, repair and inspection services." Wrench CEO Ed Petersen declared in a statement. Our collaboration with Bridgestone will enable us to accelerate the digital revolution in the field. Both businesses will be able to increase their customer offerings and increase our technology and vehicle care expertise in tandem.