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11/12/2017
By: Rob L.
AAAA Auto
Worst service ever dropped my truck off with one problem six weeks later got it back with a totally different problem after swapping two engines..do not take your car to these guys..there scam artists..seriously upset
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09/29/2017
By: Conrad S.
KC Complete Auto Service
Do not go to this place. They misdiagnose issues and take advantage of women. I sent my wife here because her car was dying on her, they told her it was BRAKES making the car die, charged her $611 and sent her on her way. The car died in the middle of the highway on her way home from this place and now they want to charge her $450 to fix the original issue. DO NOT TAKE YOUR CAR HERE.
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06/27/2017
By: Nancy W.
Lee's Auto Repair
Have been bringing my vehicles to Lee for over 10 years. Never disappointed! If you are looking for an extremely knowledgeable, talented and honest mechanic, Lee's is the answer.
02/21/2017
By: Mark B.
Jones Auto Service
My family and I have been coming to Jones Auto for over 20 years. They are very knowledgeable and have very reasonable prices. Most importantly they have excellent integrity.
10/11/2016
By: William J.
Richline Auto Culture
Took my Chevy 1500 to them got a 6" lift and wheels and tires only took one day and did a hell of a good job Brett is the man
10/11/2016
By: Steve L.
Richline Auto Culture
very fast service had alot of stuff in stock for my truck good ole folks i would highly recommend them
09/28/2016
By: Robin M.
Barr's Auto Repair
I took my 2001 Chevy lumina to have it looked at. 260,000 miles on it to have a rear gasket fixed it was leaking and come to find out the front one was leaking and the intake. The gentleman said the car being old and lots of mileage he would not recommend dropping the money into it. Instead of just taking my money which they could have done they did not conduct business that way. I appreciated his advice and his time. Thank you for not taking advantage and your honesty is refreshing!
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04/15/2016
By: Cindy L.
Neeley's Auto Repair
I have dealt with Neelys for over 35 years and have always found them to be honest in all their dealings with me. I have been to other repair places that tried to take advantage of me because I am a woman.
03/29/2016
By: Jonh D.
Park Auto Repair
This place is great u came with a tranny problem I was told it would take a week to have rebuilt and got it back a day early everything worked great u am so happy with there work I would tell all my friends to take there cars there
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03/24/2016
By: Carol H.
NTB National Tire & Battery
I set an appointment, checked in and waited for them to change my oil. 25 minutes later they came in and informed me they could not do this, my motor was ticking. I said yes it does, my lifters chatter, no problem with the motor. Change my oil and the noise goes away. They said no and I had to leave, what a waste of time. Don't go to this rinky dink shop, they are stupid. Go to Valvoline, they do a marvelous job and do it in a timely manner.
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