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  • 1.J F Allen Co

    US Route 33 W

    Elkins,WV

    0.18 mi

    J.F. Allen Company, founded in 1946, is an asphalt manufacturing firm. It offers construction services for private, commercial, state, federal and municipal projects. It provides a wide range of const

  • 2.J F Allen Co

    2133 Old Elkins Rd

    Buckhannon,WV

    19.71 mi

  • 3.J.F Allen Company

    2133 Old Weston Rd

    Buckhannon,WV

    24.93 mi

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03/07/2017
By: Greg T.
Auto Medic Automotive Technicians
I have gone to the professionals at Auto Medic for years. Their knowledgeable staff and competitive prices keep me coming back.
09/22/2016
By: Spock M.
Auto Medic Automotive Technicians
Totally incompetent. Outrageous prices. The people stink look like there all on drugs. You can smell marijuana all over the dirty garage.
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08/07/2015
By: Carl M.
Bob's Automotive Repair
About a month an a half ago my car broke down close to Elkins wv. So decided to have it taken to bobs. Well they wouldn't even look at it because of where I bought it. They said it was probably some kind of switch they put on a car if you don't make a payment they can shut it off. So I know I made my payment and I called the company. They said they don't even put that on the cars in wv. So called bobs back and told them and they still said that is what the problem was. Mind you they never even looked at the car. Just so I wouldn't have to tow it back over their, I went to Jones in parsons wv. Took him a couple of min and told us it was the timing belt. Jones even came and got our car, ordered the part and by the next day are car was done. He fixed the car and didn't judge where we bought our car.
05/21/2014
By: dennis.mcbee.5
Bob's Automotive Repair
Went to get transmission flush. Brought my own fluid, they overfilled by 5 quarts and charged me for 5 extra quarts. Then charged $10.50 for shop supplies, what the hell are they wiping on Egyptian cotton bath towels? Then had to listen to very aggressive and ridiculous upsale. They give you what sounds like a good price on labor, but be prepared to pay a whole lot more when you check out...
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