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10/08/2014
By: Len G.
First Class Halt
We have been going to Mark and the guys for awhile now. We first started going there after my wife (we) got ripped off by a local Honda dealer in Greenville. We have been very pleased, no we have been extremely satisfied with the service that we have received from Mark and the First class H.A.L.T crew.Whenever my wife feels or senses that something is wrong with her van, without hesitation she calls Mark for advice or to set up an appointment for service. I rest assure that she will be treated ferly, with respect, and never get ripped off like she did with..... that Honda dealer in Greenville!About a year ago I bought my son his first car; A 2001 Honda Accord. We took it to Mark after I purchased it. I wish that I had taken it to him first, but after going over the car with a magnifying glass and checking it out, Mark brought us into his office, sat us down, and gave us the very detailed bad news and then he went over step by step of what needed to be fixed first (Most dangerous to our son safety, the car, and others if not fixed soon). Then second, third and so on and so on till he got down to what could be delayed for a later date. He gave us a print out and priced every thing separately.We did not have the money to do it all at once so Mark broke it down into small sections that we could afford.Proud to say today we finished the list and my son's car runs as good and as smooth as it did when it first drove off the assembly line.I will never take our Hondas anywhere else but to Mark and the guys @ First Class H.A.L.T! Love the service, love the atmosphere... love the treatment of being a valued customer and friend, but most of all; I love the fact that my family's cars will be fixed right and correctly the first time.... EVERYTIME!Thank God for such a honest and experience company!
02/17/2014
By: Eat P.
Greenville Auto Repair
I am a disabled widow, and like many women in my position we are pretty much targets for disreputable businesses to try and make a quick buck. I myself am very leery of these type people, since there are more of them than decent HONEST PEOPLE. I was in a terrible bind with my vehicle, repairs could not have come at a worst time for me. But due to the kindness and understanding of Connie, as well as Roxanne and the owner they went above and beyond just normal service. They really did me a kindness that took me by surprise. I was treated with the utmost respect as well as made to feel right at home with them. True my repair total was not chump change in anyone's mind, but everything is not about money or at least that is my philosophy. I am in no position to purchase a new vehicle and feel blessed to have the one I have. I also am not a mechanic, and yes at the mercy to a degree of tradesmen, but I was kept up to date with everything involving the repairs, they even allowed me to leave my car at the shop, locked up in their garage at no extra charge ie: storage fee. My car is running great, I am pleased, I just hope it lasts til I CAN manage to replace it. So, if you are a person of modest means for what ever reason I have no other choice than to highly recommend Greenville Auto. I will be returning for maintenance and feel I have made 2 new girl friends to boot !! You cannot buy kindness and trust read the reviews, give them a call, it will not cost a dime. Thanks guys for being there when I was pretty much desperate.
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06/05/2016
By: Melissa K.
Sears Auto Center
Took my vehicle in for brake and tire service. The service guy is very rude and made a smart comment saying my dad who originally did my brakes probably didn't know what he was doing, which is a crock because my dad has been a mechanic for 50 years..but he recently had went out of town and my brake light was coming on so I decided it couldn't wait until he got back, so the way he talked to me was ridiculous and unprofessional. I didn't feel comfortable with the way he was describing tires to me , his tone was like a know it all. He interrupted me every chance he got. I needed my brake work done so I went ahead with it, but decided to get my tires with a family company, browns tire and muffler, because they are patient and honest and have way better prices. Hate I couldn't wait to get brakes done because I would've if I could've.
08/10/2013
By: savedtraveler
First Class Halt
Here's my story. I was on my way home from a week's vacation, and my 2001 Toyota Landcruiser broke down in Greenville, SC. Naturally, it was on a Saturday night and no garages were open, and in addition the problem was some where in the drive train. So, I needed a "real" mechanic. I called First Class H.A.L.T. at 8a on Sunday morning and Mark answered the phone and discussed the problem with me. I left my car at his shop on Sunday (filled with my all of my luggage and the items taken on vacation), and he repaired it for me, without ever actually meeting me. In summary, the repair work was "first class" and the price was fair. His shop is extremely clean, and he and his employees are very knowledgeable and professional. He saved this weary traveler. My only regret is that he is not located in Atlanta.
08/17/2014
By: David C.
Discount Tire
Checked all around town and on the Internet for literally months but this Discount tires was my last ditch effort to stop in and see what they could offer. I'll tell you what, I ended up getting a full set of tires and wheels with new tire pressure sensors installed for just a few hundred more dollars than the next cheapest place could sell me just the tires for! I think I got an awesome deal and got a whole new look for my truck so always ask what they can sell you a full set with new TPS for, the TPS have batteries that only last 5-7 years so if you hate the light being on on your dash that says to check tire pressure all the time, go to this place and ask for a price. They made me happy and that's not very easy.
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06/28/2017
By: Rehan M.
Sears Auto Center
The worse service I got. Bought 4 new Perillie tires week later 1 tire went flat took it back to Sears they couldn't find any leak,ask them for a refund or exchange told me I did not insure the tires,lol well they never asked me to start with. Went home find put they never put my Rim back to my car. The next day bought a New tire called to Sears to get it installed since they had the Rim they told me can't put tires if not bought from them. I had to drive all the way just to pick my Rim,highly pissed, now I am on my way to Discount Tires and they are highly professional and very cordial. No more Sears!
12/14/2012
By: listworthy
Robinson Roadside Assistance & Repair, LLC
Took my car here after taking it to SEVERAL other shops who could not figure out what was wrong with it. I had spent $100s with these other guys, and getting no where. Not only did Robinsons figure out my issue in no time, but they diagnosed it for FREE!!!! My issue was in my front end, and they fixed it right up, and now my car is driving perfect again. They also gave me a major warranty and some free roadside stuff. I will never go anywhere else. PS - I will be bringing my moms car to you next week for a tune up.
10/01/2015
By: Nancy L.
Baldwin Automotive
I RECENTLY PURCHASED A USED FREESTYLE FROM BALDWIN AUTOMOTIVE AND GOT A GREAT DEAL. NOT LONG AFTER I BOUGHT IT I HAD PROBLEMS WITH MY VEHICLE. THE SERVICE MANGER JOHN JR. WAS EXTREMELY HELPFUL, THE WARRANTY I PURCHASED WITH MY VEHICLE COVERED MY PROBLEMS, AND I ONLY HAD TO PAY MY $100 DEDUCTIBLE. THEY EVEN GAVE ME MY FIRST SERVICE FOR FREE. I LOVE DOING BUSINESS WITH BALDWIN AUTOMOTIVE I WILL CONTINUE TO BRING MY VEHICLE BACK FOR ROUTINE MAINTENANCE AND WILL SHOP THERE FIRST FOR A NEW VEHICLE
06/29/2014
By: reedstacey1
Burns Automotive
It's rare when you come across a business that offers a unique combination of quality, value and efficiency, but Burns is one of those places. TJ is talented, but he will also refer you out if he isn't the best to do a particular job. Burns is a business that is the backbone of America. We should do all we can to be a regular customer of his. I rarely write reviews, but in this instance I have to acknowledge great quality and customer care when I see it.
06/06/2013
By: monica.sneed.96
Ken's Auto Shop
Ken is an awesome and knowledgeable mechanic and no job is too big or small that he can't fix. He is honest and will not over charge you for repairs like other places. I completely trust him, how often can you say that about a mechanic. He has replaced my brake pads and rotors for half the cost that others quoted me. My car's braking system works perfectly and has for over a year now. You don't need to go anywhere else - he is the best at what he does.
Tips & Advices
Yes. New tires purchased online can often be priced lower than ones at a tire dealership. Buyers can often avoid state sales taxes and locate hard-to-find tire styles and sizes, but will still have to locate a local tire installer and pay sometimes high shipping costs.
The average cost of a set of new tires is $637, with a range of between $525-$725. In addition, installation includes mounting and balancing, alignment, and disposal of old tires.
The vehicle is raised and the old wheels are removed, then the old tires are removed from the wheels. The lug nuts, wheels, and valve stems are inspected and replaced as needed. The new tires are mounted and sealed, then inflated and balanced. The wheels are then replaced on the car. The average installation takes approximately 45 minutes.
Agencies such as the Tire Industry Association promotes tire safety through advocacy and education to the industry including: manufacture, sales, repair, service and recycling. Seek a full-service tire dealer who carries a wide variety of tire types and brands and asks about the type of driving you normally do.
  • Move your car to a safe location.
  • Turn on your car’s safety lights, apply the parking brakes and remove the hubcap if there is one.
  • Loosen the lug nuts with a lug wrench (but do not remove them), raise the vehicle with a jack and then fully remove the lugnuts.
  • Remove the flat tire and replace it with the spare tire.
  • Tighten the lug nuts by hand, lower the car and then tighten them fully with the lug wrench.

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