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11/20/2012
By: medboyil
Tire Discounters
After having a very negative experience earlier this morning at the Car-X in Edgewood, KY, where I originally had tires I purchased on tirebuyer.com sent for installation, I called my local Tire Discounters here in Newport, KY, to ask if they were actually familiar with BMW and its TPMS. I spoke with Wesley who was very polite and professional. Fortunately, he said they could handle BMW and could perform the tire installation and wheel alignment today! So I came in as a walk-in, and there was a wait of about 2 hours. Wesley remembered my first and last name from our phone conversation, verified that installation would be $25 per tire (which is exactly what he told me over the phone), and he was able to match the cost of the alignment with Car-X for $59.99 (their usual is $79.99, or otherwise free with purchase of 4 tires directly from Tire Discounters). They did the work superbly and even reset the BMW TPMS within the car. However, the most incredible piece came at check-out. Given my wait (which I expected anyway), Wesley didn't charge me for the tire installation--just the wheel alignment! I am known for being hyper-critical of customer service when it's upsetting, but this was so vastly different and so extremely positive, I'm compelled to share with readers online. I will definitely return to Tire Discounters in the future when I need new tires! I'm very pleased they opened a location right here in Newport.
02/27/2016
By: Rising S.
Midas Auto Service Experts
they repaired my rear breaks and did a good job at a reasonable price. I knew my tie rods were bad so I was not suprised when Paul told me I needed them replaced and he did that for an extremely good price and got the work done very quickly. i also had a coolant leak i was worried about, another garage had told me it was probably the water pump which would run close to a thousand dollars to replace because you practically have to pull the engine to replace it. i brought it to paul at Midas and he found the problem was a plastic hook up valve which he replaced and charged me a total of $48.00. thats right forty-eight dollars. they not only do very good work in a very timely manner, and very reasonably priced, But they are very HONEST. Although i rarely make recommendations I do not hesitate to highly recommend this place and when you go there ask for Paul. although Morice and all the other workers there seemed very nice and competent Paul is the manager and there-fore sets the standard.
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08/28/2015
By: Carlos N.
Cook's Auto Service Center
Wish I could write more than one time, the service is just that good. This is the 4 th time I take the car there and every time the service is as great as the first time. His work is outstanding and the people that work there are kind and considerate. The work is always done on time and the prices are very reasonable. I could not be happier and will always recommend Cooks to everyone I know.
02/05/2015
By: Michael M.
Source 1 Automotive
The guys at the shop took very good care of me and my vehicle. Gave me transportation to and from my hotel and were very polite, not to mention the great price. Thank all of you at Source one.
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01/31/2017
By: Jack C.
Cook's Auto Service Center
Honest! Prompt! Affordable! I have been going to Cook's since 2014, always taken care of my vehicle on time. i used Bill Russell Towing twice to get my SUV on the lot after a break down.
11/29/2012
By: billevens
Raak Tire Service
Good place to get work done, you can trust them, and they have prices you can afford.
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