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  • 1.Bill Walsh Honda

    4120 Columbus St


    2.42 mi

    BBB Rating: A+
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By: Aaron K.
Red's Truck Repair Inc
For ten years that I have worked for a small company and all the service that Red's has done, has been flawless. Now the small company I work for has went to leasing trucks with a maintenance program and I can tell you first hand that its night and day difference. Red's truck repair has seasoned mechanics that know what they are doing. We have a mix of trucks that are new that are taken care by a dealership and the other taken care of by Red's. I myself do most of the service on the older trucks now, but being the small company I work for we are limited to the work I can do in the shop. If I were to go back to driving, I would hop in a truck with 1m miles serviced by Red's before any other. The mechanics at Red's are second to none, and the atmosphere there is a tight knit family. Thank you for the caring in your work.
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By: Arturo A.
Red's Truck Repair Inc
He gets the job done and is efficient; the owner has a very intense presence but does know what he is doing and why. I'd get a truck repaired here for sure
By: james.todd59
I really like autozone but i feel this specific one hires too many people who are unaware of needed information concerning auto mechanic knowledge.
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