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By: Brittany L.
Family Tire Pros Auto Service Center
Fast Friendly Service. Was patient with me and gave me several different options on tires for my vehicle. Will be back for sure.
By: Robert P.
American Imports
Ripoff thieves. Absolutely thieves do not deal with these people. Bought two vehicles both times had to prove I’d made first payments then stupidly sent a MO for a payment of course they never received it.
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By: Chris S.
Westside Auto Salvage
Just a bunch of snobby white trash, disrespectful and and completely rude to everyone that walks in the door
By: Pam J.
Indy Honda
Went to the service dept for my regular oil change and tire rotation. Was told it wouldn't take any longer than an hour. Even though it did take longer, the manager apologized and made it right by only charging me for the tire rotation and not the oil change. I thought that was very professional and showed me that they valued my time as well since they did that without me having to complain or ask for anything.
By: Scott E.
Lyons Truck & Trailer Inc
I usually don't travel outside the state of Texas to purchase equipment for my company, but the drive from Amarillo Tx was well worth it. Eric, my sales rep was awesome! I look forward to working with him again in the very near future! Scott Eller, owner at TSL Logistics LLC, Amarillo Tx.
By: Mike H.
RPM Performance
RPM installed a magnaflow exhaust system on my 2002 trans am WS6. They did a terrific job with the install, and even saved me a few bucks by ordering the exhaust for me and having it delivered to their shop. They got my car in and out very quickly, and they have very friendly and professional staff. I would highly recommend RPM to anyone looking to have work done on their muscle/sports car.
By: V. W.
Indy Auto Pro at Champion Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram
I've had my dodge for a long time with hardly any issues whatsoever. I kept my car up for years and made sure I had a warranty for as long as I owned it. I take it there for a specific issue, they diagnose (charging a diagnostic fee), the item fell under my warranty but for whatever reason the warranty company denied repairing. I called the warranty company outraged because they wanted thousands to fix my car and that item was covered. I found out that they denied it because of what and how the Dodge representative called in the repair. I didn't think anything of it. I took it elsewhere and had it fixed for only a third of what they were charging. About 6-8 months later, something else started to go....it too was a warranty item and again denied because of what the Dodge rep said. He told them that they have no record of me having any type of maintenance work done on my car there that could have prevented the issues. I had to show the receipts of my maintenance upkeep which was done elsewhere for a lot less. You would think if an item is covered by a warranty that they would want to fix it but instead they fix it to where warranty companies won't cover it so you can pay them those ungodly amounts of money directly. They are definitely not on your side when it comes to warranty work.
By: Tim L.
Mr. Jerramy Johnson has a nice little post floating around Facebook. In said post, he berated a potential customer. This is ridiculous. I hope the company doesn't employ individuals like him.
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By: Brock C.
Swift Auto Service
Joe recently went over and above to go out of his way to fix something that he told me was about to break anyways. I didn't listen and my van breaking almost caused us to rent a van to go vacation. Joe came to the rescue and fit me in that day so we could still leave as scheduled. Thanks so much joe.
By: Gerald S.
Masters Auto Repair/Sales
went to get tons of electric work done for my Mercedes Benz e350 and the mechanic was very honest with his quote and must say did not charge a crazy number just cause of the type of car. other places wanted to charge me almost double their price.
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