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By: David B.
JD Byrider
My name is Dave. And life has been a game of up and down for me. Long story short I needed a car and because of my bad credit it was hard to find a dealer who would help me. When I herd of j.d byrider I wasn't sure if they would help. But not only did they help THEY UNDERSTOOD the help I needed and how important I needed a car. My dealer name was jyna Brice. Jyna listen to my concern on my credit, my need of a car, and my form of payments I could afford. Not only did she help me get a car I could afford. But she also helped me get a good insurance that was affordable for me. I almost was going to pay over 4 hundred a month just for insurance. And jyna said no way. She provided me a number to a better and more affordable insurance company and now I can afford my car payments and and insurance. I thank god that my dealer was jyna Brice. She treated me like I was a person. And not just a customer. She undestood my story and did all she could in her right to help me. I will be happy doing business with j. D and if anyone is in the colrain Ohio location please be sure to see jyna Brice she took care of me and I know she will take care of you. Thank u jd byrider for another chance
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By: Brian D.
Gibson's Auto Tech
I've been taking my cars to Mr. Gibson for a few years now. He's a bit out of my way since i live near downtown; every time i think it's more convenient to get service elsewhere i always end up thinking "yeah.. I should've went to Irwin Gibson..." He used to have a shop at the corner of Hamilton Avenue and Kemper Road but he had to move out of there because the rent for the lot just got too expense. (There are now gas stations at each of the other three corners, IIRC. I suppose that's the unintended result of doing good, honest work at a fair price. I've since had him service a 2008 Hyundai Sonata in his home garage a couple times where he has a car lift. I enjoyed the friendly, relaxed atmosphere even more; I wasn't so worried about "Where can i walk to around there so i have something to do while he's servicing the car...?")If you want good work done at a reasonable price you can't go wrong with Gibson Auto Tech. If he can't do the job he'll refer you as appropriate.
By: judith.stoker.35
Ray's Automotv Services
We took our vehicles to Ray for a few years, with seemingly no problems. Then we noticed that when we took our vehicles to him, a couple of weeks later something else would happen out of the blue, requiring more repairs. This became a trend. A couple of friends we have who used him noticed the same thing. When we stopped using him, no more trend. I guess the worst thing was that he agreed to buy an old vehicle from us for a certain amount, but the moment my husband signed the title over and Ray put the title away, he said that scrap had gone down and have us $100 LESS than we had agreed upon. He wouldn't give back the title and totally ripped us off. We will never use him again. Ever.
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By: Daniel R.
Midas Auto Service Experts
Waaay over-priced. They did good work, but they quoted $414 over the phone and ended up charging $550 when I showed up. I called Tire Discounters to do the same job and they said it would be around $200-250 for the same brake job. I'm not complaining about their work, as that seems sound, but I will recommend that you go somewhere else if you don't want to be price-gouged. I had them recommend replacing the transmission cooler lines and they quoted me $315 for parts and labor. I just got my truck back from a local repair shop (Ryan's Automotive on North Bend Rd) who charged me $77 to replace the lines. My advice: save yourself some money and go someplace else.
By: b1gmm
Rick Schaefer's Towing
Very fast, very professional. The owner needed little information on my part and was exactly correct on his estimate of the cost and time to arrive at my location, he even suggested possible reasons why my car was inoperable. I dealt with the owner directly. He was a very skilled truck driver and backed his tow truck into a super tight spot in a full parking lot(like it was nothing, wow)This is a small business and had a much lower price compared to the other tow truck companies I had called. He was not trashy at all like you would expect a tow truck driver and was very courteous and nice. Definitely will use again if needed(I hope I wont).
By: Nona U.
Mt Carmel Truck & Auto Service
I can't say enough about how these guys helped me. I was selling my Dad's Freightliner FL60 Sportchassis after he passed away. I called these guys on a Friday just before close and explained I had a guy flying into town to buy it in Monday. They told me to bring the truck in on Monday morning, so I did. They fixed the truck and had it ready that day so I could sell it. They could have charged a premium for same day turn around, but the final bill was very very reasonable and certainly fair. Truck sold and was driven to Florida same day! Big Thank You to Mt. Carmel Truck!! They work on cars too and I highly recommend them.
By: afmenges
Monfort Heights Auto Service
The only mechanic I go to...My entire family has been going to Monfort Heights Auto Service since Larry opened up as a Gulf gas station.Myself, my wife, my father, and two of my sisters have been taking their cars there for nearly 40 years.We've sent several friends there from time to time.He has done repairs on every car I have ever owned.We've never had a single problem there.His prices have always been reasonable. He's always been fast, and honest with all of us.My wife and I always talk about not know what we will do when Larry retires because we don't know where we'll take our cars when Larry isn't there anymore.
By: Tom P.
Five Star Auto Care
No one ever wants to go to the auto repair shop! So when I figured the heater core started leaking I was not happy about it. I took my vehicle we looked at it in the drive and he stated that yep it looks like a heater core at the tune of 1200 bucks. A day later they called me and said it wasn't the heater core someone had put window washer solvent with green dye in the reservoir. It gave the appearance of a heater core leak but was not. These guys could have charged me for a heater core and I wouldn't have known the difference. Talk about straight up honesty!
By: Beth S.
Kennedy Motor Service Inc
The only place I take my 92 Toyota Celica for repairs! The Kennedy Team (Bernie, Greg & Ila) are always there for me. With my car being older, I worry about being able to find the parts for repairs. But they work their magic and have kept my car still running great! Kennedy Motors has become the place my entire family goes when those dreaded repairs are needed. The only thing I suggest is make sure you call for an appointment because, they sure do stay busy. I guess the secret is out!Thanks Guys! I appreciate you!
By: rmcquist
Morris Automotive
Absolutely unbelievable service! My car went from dead on the side of the road to running like new in less than 24 hours thanks to Morris Automotive. Jeff provided a quick quote and recommendations and was not the slightest bit pushy. He clearly explained each problem with my car, offered solutions, and in the end was far, far less expensive than anything I would have expected. I could not be more satisfied and would recommend anyone to Jeff and his team. Thanks!
Tips & Advices
Some dealers accept returns if the component is returned with the original invoice. Some dealers might charge a re-stocking fee for returns. Others may not accept returns at all. It's common for dealers to not accept returns on electrical parts. Customers should ask about return policies before purchasing.
A salvage yard might test used car parts before selling them, but customers should ask whether tests have been performed on the part or not. All parts, especially electrical components, should be tested prior to purchase. Most salvage yards and auto repair shops should have a 12-volt battery to test electrical parts.
Sometimes it is worth buying used car parts. If the part is in good condition, a car owner could save money by buying the used part. However, if the part is something that's unsafe to purchase used, like brake parts or air bags, or if the part is too deteriorated to be safe, it's worth the cost to buy new.
Junkyards are businesses where people can shop for used car parts. Other names for these businesses include salvage yards and automotive recyclers. Auto repair shops might also sell used car parts.
Yes, most used car part dealers sell to the general public. However, just like with any car parts purchase, buyers should look into the dealer’s warranty policy and might want to price shop at several places.

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