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02/13/2014
By: Val A.
Leo's Auto Service
Great little, 3rd generation family owned shop that has invested in modern technology and the knowledge to use it. I have a 2006 hybrid Honda Civic that had the battery go out a 2nd time. After finding out that the replacement batteries from the dealership are all refurbished rather than new, I found someone who sold completely new batteries (Bumblebee) then had to find someone within reasonable driving distance that would install it. Leo's did good work. The waiting room is basic, old school, service station, but the family is nice, did good honest work at a very good price.
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05/05/2015
By: June B.
Leo's Auto Service
Mr Chad, went along with exactly what I wanted done, offered other services that I didn't want but did no type of forcing of other services, and they were quick and very friendly. They also pointed out another problem, my tire could've blown on my way back j ome to Idaho. The drive from California to Idaho is no joke when your by yourself. Much Aloha Leo's Auto Service
03/25/2017
By: Ace D.
Leo's Auto Service
Chad and the people at Leo's have always been very honest and friendly. It is refreshing to find a place you can trust and the work is done right the first time. Thanks A. Davis
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09/10/2016
By: brettreeder
RC Towing Inc.
They are very quick response and good at what they do. Very fair and competitive prices. They can help with all your automobile needs
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