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10/17/2012
By: dcroxin
Mt Washington Autohaus
I have taken my cars to Brian for ~15 years.Brian is a certified airplane mechanic and by extension and most likely has forgotten more about cars than most mechanics will ever know.Brian's personal and professional integrity, professional competence and delivery of service is beyond reproach.Brian's expert mechanics, Dan and Rich are incredible in their own rights.Brian, usually at my insistence, checks every little noise or vibration, even outside my cars' regular maintenance schedule to help me "stay ahead of the maintenance and cost curve." As a result, my expenses in maintaining a 1988 Volvo 740 GLE, amortized over the years have been ~$100/month. That translates into ~1/4 of a typical car payment. My vigilance through Brian's care an careful monitoring of my vehicles has saved me the cost of at least two new cars, resulting in my 1988 currently boasting ~445K miles.Brian, realizing that I needed new seats took the time to research a source of nearly new seats to match the interior of my car. He located, acquired, and installed them, obviously saving my back, and ensuring the nearly pristine quality of my trusty steed's cargo bay.I have no idea what I will do if Brian closes his Mt. Washington Autohaus; == Woe unto us. I truly worry about finding as honest, competent, knowledgeable, resourceful, and fairly priced mechanical prize as he with Dan and Rich.
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09/16/2011
By: rachel
A1 Auto Three Brothers Car Repair
I took my car into A1 Auto Three Brothers today to get my brakes changed. The owner Paul was very patient with me and explained what exactly i needed done. I have been taking my car here for years and the parts and service he provides is far beyond my expectations and beats the price I pay at the acura dealership.I waited for my car, drank some coffee and was able to get work done on my computer by using there free wifi. It was done before I knew it!The mechanic even found flaws in my wheel locks that the dealer had been stripping for months. This would have been horrible to have been caught on the side of the road with no working wheel locks. I actually took the car back to the dealership to show them this mistake and they providing new wheel locks that three brothers later replaced. Do not waste your time going to any dealer- go to three brothers!
10/17/2013
By: wynter.hall.7
Auto Stop Limited, Inc.
I am a new customer of Auto Stop, and very glad I decided to try this local repair shop. I had gone to another auto repair shop when my car started having transmission issues, but they could not diagnose the problem. They estimated it would cost nearly a thousand dollars to perform the exploratory car surgery that my Honda required, so I decided to get a second opinion to see if I could get a better deal elsewhere. When I went to Auto Stop, they found the source of the problem almost immediately- rats were chewing the wires in my car, which Auto Stop quickly replaced. It happened again not more than a week later, and as a courtesy they replaced the part free of charge. This business has saved me a great deal of money, and the service was done much more quickly than I expected. I'll be taking my car here from now on!
11/15/2013
By: Leo O.
Mt Washington Autohaus
I've been a customer of Mt. Washington Autohaus since 1994 and will be forever. Brian, the owner, and his two assistants are superior. Over the years I've had four different cars worked on there. The don't fix cars just to get it done and collect a bill, Instead, they tell you what's really needed to actually fix the problem. If they don't think they can fix it right, they tell you and suggest another car repair facility. Some people get put off by that, but I'd rather be treated in an honest fashion. Like the professionals they are, I've observed them regularly confer with one another on a job, to be sure they got it right. The prices seem in line with what I hear and see others charge, but I really don't know since it's been so long since I've been elsewhere.
02/28/2013
By: jukows
Erdman Auto Parts
Needed a transmission for my wife's neon. Dropped off a deposit and they had it out the next morning just as promised. The guys even helped me load it into my truck. Covered it with a 30 day warranty so if it goes out in the first few weeks, all I have to do is pull it and they'll swap it for another. Installed it, and it works great. I think it's unlikely I will have to return it. Wife's car is running better than it has in a long time. 5 star service, the price was unbeatable and believe me I tried. Definitely keeping their number, but I hope not to have to use it too often!! No offense, gentlemen.. Great deal on a great quality part.
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11/13/2015
By: Elaine E.
Baltimore Collision Centers
This is the second time I took my Honda to Baltimore Collision Center. The first time I ripped a third of my bumper off, and instead of replacing the entire bumper (which I didn't want to do) they did an amazing job reattaching and the cost was shockingly inexpensive. The second time, (yes, I tore it up again!) they fixed it at NO CHARGE!!!!! within 5 minutes. Eventually, i will have to replace the bumper, and they will be the place I take my car to. Can't say enough about how friendly, reasonable, and quality of their service is.
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08/22/2015
By: Sequean M.
A1 Auto Three Brothers Car Repair
Great Service! They show you exactly whats wrong, explain to you what the repairs are for, etc. Very exceptional customer service. If they make a mistake, rather than telling you your car was broke they will let you know what happened and do everything in their power to make it right. Honest, friendly, and hard working, you don't see these guys sitting around doing nothing on your time! I live about 30 minutes away but still come all the way here for the trustworthy service. Look no further, finally a repair shop you can trust!
04/05/2017
By: Robert B.
Advance Auto Parts
All I can say is this place is great. Seems the associates have changed to the better.I see faces I have not seen before and each one is fantastic and very helpful truely concerned and I want to put a big thank you to the gm he went above and beyond to help me. And I was in a situation and he turned a bad situation into a good experience.I ordered brakes and they came in wrong and he personally drove to another store get me the correct​ ones He made a dead line I had be on time. So thank you so much I will shop no where else.
05/29/2008
By: chevyman2
NAPA Auto Parts - Standard Auto Parts
Last Saturday I went to Standard to pick up some inner tie rod ends for my 68 Chevy Camaro and it was actually fun. It should have been like a trip to the dentist, but I tell you what it was just fine. Ed, the guy behind the counter was helpful and friendly. And Scott was telling me that his great grandfather had started started the business back in the 40s on North Ave, where they still have a store today. It was just a pleasure to go there, and I'll be back next time too.
11/29/2016
By: Will R.
Erdman Auto Parts
Completely awesome experience very knowledable was a little skeptical when I first walked in because the older bald guy behind the counter was very stand offish and rude but once the younger guy came in named John he was very helpful and knowledgeable. Left their spending 600$ on a rear end put it in my truck and it runs great. Definitely see John when you go in there don't get discouraged by the rude bald guy not exactly sure why they have people like that working there.
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  • Move your car to a safe location.
  • Turn on your car’s safety lights, apply the parking brakes and remove the hubcap if there is one.
  • Loosen the lug nuts with a lug wrench (but do not remove them), raise the vehicle with a jack and then fully remove the lugnuts.
  • Remove the flat tire and replace it with the spare tire.
  • Tighten the lug nuts by hand, lower the car and then tighten them fully with the lug wrench.

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