Stuarts Brake Shop in Little Rock, AR with Reviews -
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By: keke1
Horrible customer service! There were 2 workers in there, one wouldn't come out of the back to help. Needless to say, we left without being helped!
By: Thomas D.
Parkway Automotive Svc
I was ripped off by Parkway Automotive. My truck was running rough and needed new coil wires and spark plugs but in removing the old plugs, the mechanic broke one of the plugs off inside the engine head.To add insult to injury, Parkway wanted me to pay for approximately 20 hours of labor at $111 per hour to remove the head, the broken plug and then reinstall everything. The owner, Mike Davidson became agitated when I insisted that they were responsible because they broke the spark plug off inside the engine. He declined to perform any more work on my truck and told me to have the truck towed to another shop to do the repair. He demanded that I bring him $2141.33 in cash or a Cashier's Check for the work done so far and if I didn't get it out of his shop promptly he would begin charging $30 per day storage fees. I had no choice but to pay the outrageous ransom and had the vehicle towed to a Ford dealership for repair. I do not recommend this shop.
By: Kathryn H.
Carter Radiator Service Inc
They had my car for over week, said it was fixed I didn't go 7 miles and it started cutting out with the engine light on. Had to pay to have it towed back only to be told it was something else they didn't find before. More money than called to say it was ready. Less than 24 hours later I get a call asking when am I picking it up because they charge $25 a day storage. What incredible gall the owner has, rude and extremely unprofessional. NEVER EVER use them.
By: L F.
Kenny's Auto Sales & Parts
The head mechanic technician- RD - is the success of the company. This is the shop to guarantee a well done repair or modification job.
By: Shanan R.
Carter Radiator Service Inc
This is the first experience with a mechanic where I felt taken care of, rather than taken advantage of. The staff is extremely knowledgeable and helpful.The last mechanic I went to five years quoted me just under two grand to fix what was causing an Evap System code. I thought my only option was to just drive until my car died. My air conditioning went out sometime this winter, and I planned on just putting it off until it got warm. Charging an AC was a fix I knew I could afford so I went to Carter. Daniel checked out my car and the codes, did a full tune up, charged my AC, and fixed all the Evap System issues from five years ago for less than a quarter of what I was quoted! I can't begin to express how thankful I am. I will gladly return with any and all of my automotive issues in the future.
By: Kim S.
Carter Radiator Service Inc
Worst experience dealing with this automotive service. Brought my car over on a Friday to have a radiator replaced they called stated there were other leaks gave another quote I was not happy about it but okay. I was told that the car would be ready that afternoon after not hearing from them I called around 3 to ask if they were on schedule to have the car fixed they claimed now they needed to replace another hose and that it would be additional he would order the part but could not place on until that Monday. He told me the car was in good condition to drive and that when they replaced the hose I would be good to go. Mon came and I called at ten to bring the car by I was told yes I get there he says the car part was not there argued with me that he had called me & told me that the part was not there. He then called me later that afternoon apologizing saying that he got me mixed up and would give a discount for the cost to install since I had already paid. He told me hey had pumped the car after installing their work and there were no leaks. I came Tues to have the hoes installed it took the guy about 5 minutes to place the hoes on. I left & noticed it appeared to have some leaks. In my mind I thought that it was due to the work they did. The next day it was still leaking so I called and asked if that was normal to be told that there should be NO leaks & to monitor it for a few days. The next day there was a puddle of anti freeze everywhere I drove so I take the car to be told that now it needs more and will cost additional. I asked him how could it not be doing that before I brought it to have the hose installed and was told that when you fix one thing it can cause other stuff to break. He then went on to tell me about him being a Pastor and a Christian because I called him a crook and now I have to find another mechanic after a week nightmare with them. I will never take another vehicle there.
By: Daniel J.
Certi-Fit Auto Body Parts
That's strange. I've called the phone number five times and no one has picked up yet. I guess the other review is incorrect.
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By: Ryan C.
Certi-Fit Auto Body Parts
I was buying expensive body parts. I found certifit in Little Rock. The prices were inexpensive and the service was tremendous. In and out.
By: Tami G.
Landers Toyota
I took my Venza to Landers for a second opinion after stopping by another Toyota dealer in the state when the lights came on. Instead of getting another estimate for $1000 to fix it, Angie at Landers had my vehicle covered under warranty. If you want an honest place for repairs, Landers Toyota is the place to go!
By: Gary A.
Goss Camper Sales Inc
The best products at good prices! Everyone at Goss Camper Sales is friendly and helpful - they will find what you need. My new Leer camper shell looks great!
Tips & Advices
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