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    2124 S Prairie Ave Ste A


    2.43 mi

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By: beckaa
deButte's Mobile Auto & Diesel Repair
i was wondering if i should go with a well known high dollar repair shop or try out a mobile service.well obviously i tried the mobile service and im gald i did.the guy that showed up was a polite,knowledgeable guy.he had the problem figured out pretty fast and started work right away.i don't remember his name but he was really good looking too.my car runs great now and it saved me a good amount of money.i would recommend de buttes to anyone who wants the expert service for a lot less money.de buttes is now my main mechanic.
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By: Jerry S.
Fetty's Automotive
I am an older man, too old to work on my older truck. I went to high school with Chuck Fetty,fellow motorhead,from Centennial High school, glad to see his grandsons are carrying on a tradition of knowledge in mechanics that people can put their trust in.
By: drivera2000
Blazin Blue Automotive
I have been going here since they opened I wouldn't take my vehicles to anybody else they always do a great job and have me driving my car the next day I have never been unhappy with them.this the best place to take your vehicles!!!!!
By: Shawn T.
Fetty's Automotive
I broke down on a cross country road trip, and they went above and beyond to give me professional quality repairs in record time at a competitive price, they got me back on the road quickly and safely
By: Brandon L.
Norick's Auto Service
I have never once been disappointed by the services I have gotten done by the staff at Norick's Auto Service. I think the staff members are really great at what they do.
By: Daisy B.
Norick's Auto Service
Jerry recently inspected a classic car for me and discovered I was about to pay way more than what the car was actually worth. Thanks so much for saving me that money.
By: Asher R.
Norick's Auto Service
My whole family has always worked with Norick's . First they took care of my grandpa, then my dad, then me, now my son. I would have issues trusting anyone else.
By: Judy P.
Norick's Auto Service
I refer all of my friends to Norick's Auto Service to get work done on their cars because of all of my positive experiences there. I wouldn't go anywhere else.
By: Karrie M.
Norick's Auto Service
They have never failed me here. The staff from Norick's Auto Service have worked on my cars at least 6 times that I can think of and everything has been great.
By: April C.
Norick's Auto Service
I strongly recommend Jerry and Company to anyone. Norick's Auto Service has been my primary mechanic for many years now and they have always done right by me.
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