Jacksons Auto Service in Lancaster, OH with Reviews - YP.com
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10/28/2017
By: S M.
West Side Garage
They worked us into their busy schedule after a referral from a friend. Did the work the following morning that they said it needed and would fix the problem.We were charged an outrageous amount. It didn't. So after almost $400, we had to drive the car to another shop to have it repaired properly. They didn't offer an apology or discount. Just gave the keys and basically said sorry about your luck. Will never take another vehicle to the place for as long as I live.
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06/08/2016
By: Warren G.
West Side Garage
This business is professional, courteous, and VERY prompt with their service. I took my car in for A/C work, and was originally told that it would be done later on in the afternoon. Not longer than an hour after I took it in for service, I got a call saying that it was done! Very nice job and very professional!
03/01/2016
By: Eric S.
KarTunz
best shop in town does great work stop on in open tues through saturday best service you can get great people
12/16/2014
By: Mary S.
West Side Garage
West Side Garage is the only place for my vehicles. These guys are good at what they do. And what they do is fix my car/truck with fast, friendly and accurate repairs. Over the years we have taken several of our cars and trucks to Dave and his staff. And with the great service we receive every time we will continue to take them to West Side Garage.
10/20/2010
By: william73
West Side Garage
I have taken my cars here for quite some time and have always been treated very well and have not been taken advantage of. Would definitely recommend them to my friends.
Tips & Advices
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