Hackaday, a site dedicated to exploring the tech world, has officially announced a partnership with cap auto Parts, the leading auto parts delivery company in the United States.
Hackaday co-founder Alex Hernández described the news as “the next big thing in auto parts,” and he said the company is excited to join Hackaday.
In addition to launching a “deal of the day” for Hackaday readers, the two companies will also work together to share some of their most exciting projects.
Hackdays readers will be able to order and get a $100 rebate for their cap auto delivery, and the two auto parts companies will share in the savings for all Hackaday Hackathon participants.
A few more details about the partnership are below.
The Deal of the Day: Hackaday Deals, a Hackaday-exclusive series, offers readers a chance to win a $50 discount on any of the company’s Hackaday deals by participating in a Hackeday Deal of The Day.
This week, readers are able to pick up the $50 rebate, and then visit Hackaday’s Deals page and enter the code HARDEN.
After visiting the Deal of Your Choice page, enter your Hackaday code in the text box, and your coupon will be sent to your email inbox.
After receiving your code, you can redeem the discount by clicking the “Buy Now” button, or you can check out Hackaday on the Hackaday Dashboard.
Hackday has more than 150,000 deals available for you to shop around on the Deals page, and you can choose the deal you want from over 300 different options.
The $50 coupon is good until 11:59 p.m.
ET Tuesday, March 5, and will expire at 11:19 p.ms.
ET Wednesday, March 6.
You’ll need to be signed up for the Hackday Deals email list to win.
For more information on how Hackaday is working with cap Auto Parts, including how the two can collaborate to share our products and services, see the Hackdays partnership page.
The Future of Autos and Repair Automotive Repair is a technology sector that is rapidly changing the way we live, work, and play.
Autos have been around for a long time, but the future is about to get even more exciting.
Automotive technology has always been important for us, but there is a new frontier emerging in the repair and replacement of cars.
As the cost of repair for a new vehicle is decreasing, the industry is growing exponentially.
That means we need new ways to make cars more affordable and accessible.
Automation is the future of repair and it’s now available to repair and replace our vehicles, so we can continue to provide the best service to our customers.
To meet this challenge, the automotive industry is moving into a new phase called Autonomy.
The Autonomy revolution will be a transformational shift in the auto industry that will reshape the way our vehicles are built, serviced, and repaired.
Hackages auto parts business is at the forefront of the Autonomy movement.
The automotive industry has always relied on a handful of suppliers to deliver parts to us and then we have to take care of them.
But we are all changing.
We can build a manufacturing ecosystem where manufacturers and distributors can get the parts they need and make the parts we need in the blink of an eye.
Now, we have a platform where we can make it easier for the auto parts industry to deliver and sell parts, and to build new services for our customers, including repair and servicing.
Hackables future is a transformation that will enable our customers to experience greater reliability, and our repair industry will benefit.
For Hackaday employees, this means we can be more proactive about making sure our products are built with quality and we can take care, even if it means getting rid of some of our more complex parts.
Hackable is the place to go to learn more about our vision for the future, the companies we work with, and how we can create a better future for our community.
Hacky Hackaday and the Autonomous Vehicle Company are excited to partner with Cap Auto Parts to create a new kind of Autonomous Vehicles.
In this new era, our customers and employees will no longer be the primary point of supply for a repair service, but rather will be the point of purchase.
This will allow us to deliver more parts to our clients in the same way that our customers buy our products.
The partnership is exciting for both companies and for Hackys customers.
We’re already seeing the potential in our customers as we’ve seen the demand for our products increase exponentially.
Our clients are increasingly looking to our repair services because they can’t do it without our services.
They don’t have a lot of time to wait for their vehicle to be serviced or they want to keep their repair time as short as possible.
We will work with Hackaday to help them build a network of customers to connect to when they need our services,