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By: Gary G.
LKQ Self Serve Auto Part of Greenville
They make you play to get in even if there is no parts not right
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By: David S.
LKQ Self Serve Auto Part of Greenville
All the vehicles to choose from that I had available looked as though they'd been in a wreck with a comet. The prices are high, they literally offer or permit zero help from their employees or infrastructure, and are crazy about restrictions and "legislation"... Save your mind, save your time, save your wallet, go to PullAPart in Columbia instead.
By: anthony.trupia
LKQ Self Serve Auto Part of Greenville
They never answer the phone! Really sucks!
By: Jonathan E.
LKQ Self Serve Auto Part of Greenville
I have been here twice, to pull my own parts, $2 entrance fee, seems the standard among pull your own parts places. You bring your own tools, they have wheel barrels and carts you use, the vehicles are raised on old rims, you can reenter if you need go check something on your vehicle real quick, don't wash the stamp off while you are doing that, a place to wash hands not parts when you are done, good selection of Ford, GM, Chrysler products from 80, 90s, 2000s, you can look online and search specific vehicles. They have Nissan, Toyota, Honda, etc others, but those are at the back and I haven't walked back there to see what they have, don't own any of those. Seemed to have reasonable prices for the parts.Haven't tried to return anything, so not sure about the troubles of the other reviews on returning stuff.Here is website since they don't have it list yet for Greenville: is also one in Greer:
By: Chroma B.
Leonard Buildings & Truck Accessories
Purchased a carport from Leonard in Greenville SC. They subcontract their work to TNT Carports out of Mt. Airy NC. Buyer beware: Leonard is not forthcoming about the business practices of TNT. TNT works at their convenience, not yours. They called twice to say they would be out in five days because they schedule your build when they have enough business in your area. Alsothey don't work Wednesdays or weekends. All this is fine if that's the way they roll, but it's info that they do not share with the customer until the purchase is made. I would not recommend this business for your carport purchase.
Tips & Advices
Depending on the part and its overall quality, a good amount of money can be saved by purchasing aftermarket parts versus OEM parts. But aftermarket parts that are low in price might also be lower in quality and could do more harm than good to your car, or they may need to be replaced more frequently than a more expensive counterpart. This could lead to saving some money in the short term, but spending more than anticipated in the long term.
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Car inspections typically take about an hour. However the wait time can be longer depending on how busy the shop is. Call ahead for an appointment to avoid long wait times.
Depending on the manufacturer, certain aftermarket parts can be just as reliable as Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) parts. But one item within a vehicle, like oil filters for instance, could have multiple manufacturers and there could be inconsistencies in quality among them.
Costs of replacing a windshield can vary greatly depending on a variety of factors:
  • Vehicle make and model
  • How much of the cost insurance will cover
  • Whether the windshield installers come to your location or you bring the vehicle to them
  • Standard service costs of the windshield installers
Generally, newer and higher-end vehicles cost more to have their windshields replaced because certain manufacturers use modified or proprietary glass types.

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