Automotive classified and information site DriverSide has secured $5.3 million in Series B funding from Allegis Capital with participation from original investor Catamount Ventures and the company’s founders. That brings DriverSide’s total VC funding to $8.4 million. Allegis Capital’s Bob Ackerman will be joining the DriverSide board.

The company also announced a partnership with Integrated Services, Inc. (ISI) the maker of LubeSoft, a point-of-sale management software system for fast lube owners. The partnership will see DriverSide build online “garages” for ISI’s operator customers. Automatic e-mail reminders will be sent regarding servicing, recalls, parts and other ownership needs.

ISI operates in over 2,500 locations around the United States. The initial launch is scheduled for April.

Allegis Capital has invested in a number of classified and shopping startups including Rent.com, Shopzilla, and Comparnet.