Easy Up Internal Car Lift Expected to Revolutionize Car Maintenance and Emergency Repair

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Akron, OH--December 26, 2013: Changing a flat tire can be daunting and cumbersome under the best of circumstances. From there, it can easily turn into a nightmare, leaving an unprepared motorist unable to complete the job after hours of exhausting physical struggling, potentially damaging the vehicle in the process. Enter the Easy Up, an internally installed hydraulic lift system that will enable drivers to instantly lift their cars to change tires or complete other repairs with the push of a button.

While most motorists have an old, rusty jack hidden in their trunk somewhere, and several automated external lifts are available for purchase, the Easy Up fills a unique need in the marketplace. With the lifting system installed internally, and ready to be used with the simple pressing of a button, there's no need for expertise or prior experience, physical exertion or anything else.

Changing a tire often becomes a stressful, exhausting and time-consuming job, or worse, ends up impossible, leaving a motorist stranded and without resources. This is true whether it's due to the physical limitations of the person, the type of vehicle itself and its design, faulty equipment, a lack of knowledge, or a variety of other factors.

The Easy Up is simple and effective, and it's something that can come to the rescue for individuals of all kinds. It will also be affordably priced, making it accessible for the average consumer and driver.

Easy Up was invented by Cesar Estepan of Union City, New Jersey, to fix a common problem he encountered for himself on a drive one afternoon. After getting a flat, and even as an experienced mechanic, he struggled unsuccessfully for nearly an hour to change his tire. If he had been driving in a more remote locale, he would have been stuck.

He instantly recognized the need for a product such as the Easy Up, and saw the potential for how it could be used.

"With this product, anybody would be able to not only change a flat tire, but also perform common maintenance and repair jobs, such as changing oil or replacing brake pads, saving a huge amount of money over the long haul and eliminating poor service at shops," said Mr. Estepan.

The Easy Up is currently in the prototyping stage in conjunction with Vallmar Studios, a product development company in Stow, Ohio and is Patent Pending.

More information can be found by visiting the website, EasyUpCarLift

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