If you’re looking to replace an engine in your car, the search engine DuckduckGO offers a service that could save you a ton of time and money.
According to a recent survey conducted by DuckdukeGo, about one in three people in the United States use a search engine as a primary tool for finding and purchasing vehicles, and more than half of the people who do so are searching for a new engine.
DuckdukGo said it has seen a 25 percent increase in traffic from 2017 to 2018, with traffic increasing 25 percent over the same period last year.
In order to use Duckdugo search, a user has to first create a Duckducker account, and then select the engine they’d like to replace.
When a vehicle has a problem with an engine, Duckduekgo offers a $49 repair option.
The cost of the repair varies depending on the engine, and if it’s not covered by warranty, it’s available for $199.
The company is also offering a $5,000 credit for those who choose to repair their engine and are willing to pay a few hundred dollars for a job well done.
The price does include insurance.
To get started, a person has to visit Duckducks search engine and fill out the form, which requires the user to register with Duckducking and provide some personal information.
Once the person has filled out the registration form, they can start their search.
The process for replacing an engine can be daunting, but Duckduktgo said it helps that most engines have the same components in common, such as a fuel pump, an engine block, and a spark plug.
A good engine can last for several decades, and the company offers a full line of engines for sale for under $100,000.
DuckdukGO said the service also helps with vehicle safety by replacing the engine with an air-cooled engine that will reduce emissions and improve fuel economy.
DuckDucks engineers said the company is working on improving the service and plans to offer a better price to customers by the end of 2018.
“We are always working to improve our service, and we’re committed to ensuring the quality of our engine service is always top-notch,” said Michael Lasseter, head of engineering for Duckduks search engine.