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11/06/2017
By: Patsy M.
Heustis Service Center
I've been to Heustis 3-4 times for oil changes and recently had new brakes put on the front. I originally took my car to Toyota for a recall issue and they did a "diagnostic" test while I was there. I was told I needed new brakes and they could take care of that while I was there for right under $800. I turned them down and went to Heustis for an oil change and asked them to check my brakes. I was told I would need new front brakes in about 3,000 miles and new brakes in the back in about 6,000 miles. My brakes did fine and when Heustis put my new brakes on, it cost less than Toyota was going to charge (of course). I have a good feeling about these folks and feel like they are honest and upfront. I would highly recommend this auto mechanic shop.
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10/19/2017
By: Aaron M.
Probilt Automotive
Very bad for business not professional at all do not return phone call and over price parts & labor DO NOT TAKE YOU CAR THERE YPU WILL REGRET IT I PROMISE!!!!
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10/11/2017
By: Mahaboob B.
A1 AUTO WORKS
there is mechanic and owner his name shaik he is excellent in electrical job and he know what he doing he worked on all cars
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07/03/2017
By: Todd H.
Neutz Tudor Automotive Special
Avoid this place at ALL costs unless you like to PAY for OVERPRICED parts while they try to GUESS what's wrong with your vehicle!!!! HORRIBLE!
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06/13/2017
By: Joe C.
Thorobred Automotive Service/Parts
the only place I truly trust to check for and or fix problems with any vehicle that needed a professional to handle. rates are responsible ,advice is all ways giving and never have i been pressured to do any thing to any vehicle i have took to Bernie and his team of Mecanics.Seriously I don't lie, I don't know how.
06/02/2017
By: Kristen N.
Goodyear Auto Service Center
We are from Indianapolis and were our way to Florida for a family vacation. Just before we hit Louisville our battery light came on in our 2014 Caravan. This was the closest Goodyear. We made it to the shop around 7 a.m. and waited until it opened. The manager and techs were great! They asked if we were traveling and they put us in front of the line so we could get on our way. Our alternator and battery needed replaced. They got us in and out on our way in a few short hours. Great customer service! Thank you so much for turning the begging of our vacation around!
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05/08/2017
By: Kathy N.
Dent Doctor PaintFree Dent Repair
It was so easy to get an appointment that suited my schedule, and my wait was shorter than estimated. My car's first dent has disappeared! This should be everyone's first stop for help.
04/21/2017
By: Joey B.
Probilt Automotive
COLLEGE STUDENTS BEWARE:This is the type of mechanic that will profit off of your lack of technical car knowledge. They gouge prices and trick you into paying more than you need to. They act as if they're a "student friendly" mechanic because they offer rides to and from the shop, but they prey on college students who don't know much about their cars.
03/30/2017
By: Larry B.
Done Right Auto Service Inc
very good work, fair prices. I would recommend Done Rite to my family and friends. l'll be back, cheaper than a new truck
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03/19/2017
By: Kevin M.
Dent Doctor PaintFree Dent Repair
Excellent, professional and honest. They repaired my hail damage and door dings quickly and perfect. THANKS DENT DOCTOR
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