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By: Barbara A.
Compai Auto Repair
A stone cheat!!!. Went to complain for fuel pump installation. Car does not work. Called Freddy. He tells me he is .vbusy. He won't fix or pick up the car. He nickels and dimes you for everything and can't do the work. Trying to get my money back. Don't use this company
By: Luis M.
Compai Auto Repair
Went there to get an estimate on some work needed on my car. Got a run around and more problems added to my initial short list. You also have to worry about the owners daughter who thinks shes entitled or knows anything about cars being an arrogant b***h as well. Will never go here again. BEWARE
By: Willy S.
Len's Auto Body & Painting
I have been dealing with these guys since I had my first car in the 90's. They always address and solve all my issues and make my car look beautiful. I will definitely continue doing business with them
By: Celeste C.
Carlson's Alignment
Stands completely behind his work. Great customer service and determination by owner. Fair pricing. I will always bring my van to this qualified shop.
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By: Mike B.
Prestige Auto
Very bad customer service, that white guy is the worst person ever, with his chipped tooth lol. I don't know how people could even bring their cars to him, I do think the Asian worker is cute though.
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By: Rufess W.
Auto Shop Enterprise Inc
I had a bad transmission I went there amd they were able to get my car back on the road in a few days they went out there way to make sure I was ok I love the services and pricing
By: Asia M.
Prestige Auto
Very unprofessional disrespectful got a water pump done and went bad months later try to see if someone could look at hung up the phone on me I would never go back again BAD SERVICE!!!
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By: Carol D.
Arnie's Service Center
I always take my car here and so does my mom. Artie is polite, efficient and trustworthy. He really does go above and beyond. I wouldn't take my car any where else.
By: Carmen M.
Auto Doctor
My husband was involved in an accident in July 2017, and as we all know when you have an accident tow trucks are like vultures trying to get your business sent by auto body shops. This Auto body shophas been paid by my insurance a month ago and, it is 09/22/2017 and still my car is in the shop every time either our insurance would call or we would call to check on the status of our vehicle they always said This Friday for at least three weeks straight and promised our vehicle would be done every other week always had an excuse as to why the vehicle was not complete. It was to the point where we called our insurance and they claimed that they could not anything much because they had already issued the payment for repairs. Which means AUTO DOCTOR got paid and still a month later our car is still being worked on. At this point we will have to matters into our own hands. I am calling the better business bureau and they're definitely going to get a call from them. Please everyone before you just give up your car to any of these body shops please just let your insurance pick the shop, you'll probably will get way better service and respect.
By: Bob M.
All Pro Automotive
This place is great! Finally found a good mechanic, I had my car at 3 shops and they couldn't figure out the problem, they were confident in what they were telling me! Replace my PCM and no more misfire code, recommend to anyone!����
Tips & Advices
You should change your oil filter whenever you change your oil, that is, approximately every 7,500 miles.
A oil filter is a device that helps remove contaminants from motor oil as it passes through the engine. A pump pushed the oil through the filter where it is strained and goes back to the engine.
High-mileage oil contains special conditioners that are said to help prevent gaskets from drying out and thus preventing leaks. This can be beneficial to engines with many miles on them.
Synthetic oil costs more than conventional oil, but the price is offset by the need for less frequent oil changes due to the oil’s durability.
Tools needed to change your own oil include jack stands or ramps, a wrench, an oil filter wrench, an oil drip pan, funnel, replacement oil filter, and replacement oil.

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