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By: Edward A.
Performance Millers Gulfcoast
Good work. Expensive. Dishonest business. Had brake work done on one of my old trucks. Had agreed on a set amount of work. Only to find out later that they went ahead and did extra work the brakes needed which raised my bill $350 more than I anticipated. Not the issue. I dont mind paying for what needs to be done. Just a bit disconforting thats all. Then. When we picked up the truck they drove it around for us. Didnt think twice about it. But later on. I realized they were being nice only to hide something. I should have done a walk around. But you just dont expect a place with as good a reputation as this one to do you wrong until it happens. Well you cant trust anybody these days. Because I got the truck home. Parked. Got out to check fluids and noticed impact damage to the hood and bumper like somebody hit something with my truck. We have let them know about the damage and they are denying any knowledge of the damage. I dont believe they are all bad. Rob seems like an alright guy. But somebody had to do somethin wrong here. Then just covered it up. I know accidents happen but be responsible! Dont be a coward and try and hide when you screw something up. Bad karma thats all. Dont let these guys get you like they got me. Unless you like gettin screwed and throwing your hard earned money away. Stay Away!
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By: Nedra K.
Garage Habluetzel
Danny always comes through for me. He is knowledgeable, thorough, prompt and courteous. He never does anything to your car without telling you your options and the cost. He also goes the extra mile when he doesn't have to. He fixed my tire pressure sensor and reset my presets in the car which you always have to do with battery replacement. Since I lost my husband, who always did the maintenance on my cars, Danny is my go to guy. You can't go wrong with Hableutzel's Garage.
By: Jeff L.
Garage Habluetzel
Dan Is an excellent Mechanic, very fair pricing and honest man. I will definitelyRecommend him to all my friends and anyone needing work done on their vehicle.
Tips & Advices
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For winter driving, features such as the defroster, heater and exhaust system are paramount. Look in your owner's manual for specific directions on how features should be checked and repaired. Many newer cars have a cabin air filter that can be replaced when needed, allowing warm air to continue to flow in. Also, check tires before winter driving, as they need to be at the proper pressure to perform well on snow and ice.
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