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By: Mackenzie J.
Kwik Kar South Shepherd
I little wait, but great service and everyone was very nice and professional. I have been very satisfied with my experiences here.
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By: Andrea D.
Pit Stop USA
OMG?..the manager, who "claims" he is the owner called me a dumb bitch because DMV gave me the wrong registration sticker. I have been going to this location and was never treated so poorly. Will NEVER go back. Do not recommend this place ever.
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By: Lethia S.
Lube N Sticker Max
Max is the best place to take your car I would not recommend noone but this place I would mot take my car anywhere else.
By: William M.
Kwik Kar Lube & Tune
Hello fellow texans! This is a very great shop I would recommend to anybody. I did not read the reviews or research this company before service I was recommended by a trustworthy friend. I've been doing business with the Jones road location for some time now and I came on here to leave my review and started reading the others! As a fellow business owner I feel obligated to take a little extra of my time to say what I think. First thing is the reviews right bellow mine are outdated by years! That might be the only flaw i see, I have not seen anybody described in these reviews and i have been quite a few times. The staff I have been doing business with has been very professional and honest. I come from a family of mechanics so I know they are not trying to upsell me on anything I do not absolutely need. I also have my trucks on a regular maintenance schedule so I know what to expect. I'm relieved to finally find a quality shop to service my fleet of trucks with no hassle like I've been dealing with at other locations. This shop is very clean and the entire staff has been great! Thank you Jason for all your help this has been such a relief finding a quality shop I can trust!
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By: Ricky B.
Lube N Sticker Max
Ive known about Max for about 4 years.You wont find a better place to take your car .Max is always honest and straight forward with you.Also very reasonable
By: M. A.
Pit Stop USA
I took my car to Miller Pit Stop USA at 10380 Jones Rd yesterday to get an oil change. It was my 2nd time going there. Initially the guy who turned out to be the Manager walked out and asked another customer that pulled up in the inspection lane what she needed then asked me as I was already in the oil change lane. He tells me well you're gonna have to wait and back up and let her in. I said no I'm not because I was here before she was. He said oh I didn't know. Seriously, what a way to deal with customers. My car has high mileage but I know my car and keep the maintenance up so I told the technician Alex I wanted the basic oil change with regular oil which was $21.95 according to what's posted at the entrance plus that's what I got there last time. When completed the so-called manager Tony who is full of super rudeness and unprofessionalism told me my total was $34.95 and I asked why b/c it wasn't that much last time with the basic oil change. He said they used premium oil b/c they don't have the $21.95 one anymore. I said well that's false advertising and I should have been told that before ya'll did it so I could decide if I wanted it and I shouldn't pay you anything b/c that's not right. What if I didn't have that much money on me and weren't able to pay? He wrote down my license plate info on a piece of ditto paper attached to a clip board. I went ahead and paid after speaking to another technician named Larry. However the receipt from my previous visit and this visit is not much different except the charges of $2.25 for oil, $6.50 additional for labor, and $32.20 for Mobil Full Service Oil & Filter change but all the wording of the service description is the same! I also asked for the owner's name and they refused to provide it but that's ok since it's public information and can be located. I took pictures of what was posted and the cost and the Manager Tony came out taking a picture of my car. I am not done with this. They get 0 stars from me.
By: Ginger S.
Kwik Kar Lube & Tune-Copperfield
Stay away from here. Do not go here for any reason, not for an oil change, inspection and definitely not auto repairs. DO NOT. Expect to be ripped off, double charged, skewered, gouged and lied to. I went here for A/C work; read all about it on Yelp or Google because there aren't enough characters allowed here. They are total frauds.
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By: Kari A.
Pit Stop USA
I have been a customer for over 5 years and I have never been treated as rude and as unprofessional as I was at this place. Apparently, they have new ownership. I had the dealership on the phone asking a specific question about the oil and the guy came out and waved me in. As I was driving in he starts screaming get off your phone and back out. I said sir I was looking straight ahead and at you and you waved me in. He said I don't care get out of my shop! There was no issue with me driving in as my eyes were on what I was doing. I realized it was almost 6 and this why he did this. I was very confused by his insinuation that I was not paying attention and asked for the manager and he said they didn't have one. Then said leave, I don't care! Just go somewhere else! It was very insulting and alarming.
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By: Hugh H.
Fry Road Lube
I was a loyal customers for 13yrs, today I was charged $65 for an oil change without informing me of the cost first. They would always look for ways to add on to the bill. Lost a loyal customer.
By: Bob S.
Kwik Kar Lube & Tune
GO ELSE WHERE!! Never will I go there again. They charge you for things you didn't request. My advice is to ask them how much they charge BEFORE you hand them your keys. This is a family owned business full of crooks!
Tips & Advices
You should change your oil filter whenever you change your oil, that is, approximately every 7,500 miles.
A oil filter is a device that helps remove contaminants from motor oil as it passes through the engine. A pump pushed the oil through the filter where it is strained and goes back to the engine.
High-mileage oil contains special conditioners that are said to help prevent gaskets from drying out and thus preventing leaks. This can be beneficial to engines with many miles on them.
Synthetic oil costs more than conventional oil, but the price is offset by the need for less frequent oil changes due to the oil’s durability.
Tools needed to change your own oil include jack stands or ramps, a wrench, an oil filter wrench, an oil drip pan, funnel, replacement oil filter, and replacement oil.

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