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02/05/2017
By: jeff457
Goose Creek Automotive
Even though there are tons of other auto shops in the area, I always take the extra time to come here.
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04/18/2016
By: datdaz84
Don's Auto Parts Inc
Prices are too high now. Pull a part and lkq have a better selection and better prices. Fix it or lose long time customers
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02/10/2016
By: Doris A.
Don's Auto Parts Inc
Don's auto parts they don't care about customers satisfaction, they sell out bad parts and they never like replace for good part or they don't give the money back, they don't want to refund any money but when they want to sell you a part they make to many promise wish they don't keep and what they do is simple don't pick the phone, if y hey pick the phone, they transfer to anyone voice mail. I have bad experience with them and I don't recommend to purchase any parts from them, if you need a part, go to any oth er junk jard but don't get parts from dons auto part or weaver auto part, they are same place.
01/20/2014
By: mccasno
Don's Auto Parts Inc
If you want to be treated like a five star hotel this is not the place however if you looking parts at a cheap price than you are in the right place . The help could be more friendly but I go for parts they do not really know if they have the part you looking for you need to go look for your self. I like this Dons get two thumbs up from me
07/05/2013
By: jack.driggers
Don's Auto Parts Inc
If I could give this place less than a star I would. I've been there several times over the years in both the current location and the location down from 485 and in both locations I was disrespected and rude to and even laughed at when I said what kind of car I had. Told the manager to his face I'd never ever be back. It's worth the further drive to the Pull a Part in Charlotte NC. Going over tomorrow in fact.
06/01/2013
By: tgriffin1
Don's Auto Parts Inc
this place sucks. I called to see if they had a specific vehicle and the lady at the front instantly said "NO" and hung up the phone. I got the impression that she was rude and she was just too lazy to check. My opinion, fire the scum. I would do a better job than that. And when I visited, she acted as she didn't know what a smile was. In a job surrounding, you are to greet your customers with a smile and ask "how may I help you." She just sat there as if she hated her job. Lady, if you read this, quit your dang job and give it to me. I would love and appreciate a job right now and greet every costumer with a smile.
10/23/2012
By: jimhod
Don's Auto Parts Inc
Avoid this place like I did for years now. They have very very bad customer services especially that Hispanic girl with the mean attitude/ looks. They treat you like a criminal or a illegal immigrant, check your ID, bags, etc. plus you have to pay admission and no smile. There's plenty of other salvage yards that will treat you with respect. I've been with Don's when they were near the I-485 exit and the old Monroe location. Don, success went past your head! Treat your customers with respect and get rid of those girls or teach them some manners! I've got tons of friends complaining about them too and they hitting other junkyards!J. Hodge
03/12/2012
By: williesmith269
Goose Creek Automotive
I can't say enough about the quality of service and work at Goose Creek Automotive. They spend much more time and thought on diagnosis than my previous shop, who seemed quick to look for a simple fix and new parts. This has been a tricky diagnosis, but they've really researched and figured it out.
03/07/2012
By: georgesands
Goose Creek Automotive
Front Desk personnel are nice people. Friendly, I like that. Thank you! I will recommend.
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