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01/20/2017
By: Kathryn H.
Everyone Rides Auto Sales
The worst experience in my life! They take advantage of people. Beware of this dealership! Traded a perfectly good car in for a vehicle that didn't run for even a week. Paid it down from 9500 to 1100 out of the kindness of my heart and then they come get it over $300. Stay clear and shop anywhere but here!
12/30/2016
By: Mary C.
Tim Short Auto Mall
I traded a Toyota Rav 4 2014 for a Cadillac SRX 2015, my husband was up set that I traded, I called the next morning to see if I could get my vehicle back and it had been less than 24hrs, and they would not. I think you should have a right if you change your mind in less than 24hrs, what do you think
10/16/2016
By: Miller J.
Everyone Rides Auto Sales
I bought a car there four years ago I have to say by far, best car I ever had I had nothing but GREAT service thank u....
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10/05/2015
By: Bob W.
Day Brothers Rv Sales
Do not keep there word. Would not advise dealing with them. A pretend dealer on a gravel lot more interested in flipping used or reposessed RVs for the criminal element. Not trust worthy.
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02/08/2015
By: Judy V.
Everyone Rides Auto Sales
i piad 4000.00 cash for a jeep they put liquid glass in the motor to diguise the problem til they got it sold i had to have a new motor put in it i called them and they would not help me fix it they do not stand behind there products buyer beware
06/17/2014
By: sdhubbard1
Everyone Rides Auto Sales
This dealer will take your money then when your down repo are ask you to bring the vehicle to them and park it and when you get the money you can pick it up but really you are saving them money if you bring it to them I pursued a car from them because of my daughter paid 1500 down owe 500 that was due 13 now 3 days passed and my phone has rang off the hook we lost everything in a house fire the 10th and all they want is their 500.00 dollars what a joke if you do buy please never miss a payment are break the agreement I planed on paying them the other 500.00 but didn't except to be homeless I was told it was in the agreement and it was they must be so cold hearted for a person to be in a tough spot and want money why don't they try and say bring in what you can instead of we need it all . I would have went to Kasp I spent 2300 hundred dollars with this dealer in one month on two cars I could have bought a vehicle for that with no payments but I'm not saying I didn't get a good car because I did it's just how they do their business I can't see the future to no my home was gonna burn and that I wouldn't have the remaining 500.
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