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05/24/2017
By: Ryan F.
Oilstop
Well first off i like the concept however i believe they put a lil too much concern on looks then experience theres a reason why you usually get a sweathog greaseball workn on ur car because they are no afraid to break a finger instead of your car and they have experience this was like a high school auto shop but they are not changing my head just the oil in it. As for oil change perfect but they recommended using a oil thickener as a mechanic i can tell u these products are only for car in desperate seal distress to make it one trip to change the seal never buy an stop leak oil product of any kind unless u r simply driving the car to change the seal. After the recommmendation i said this car has 150k miles on it and u said theres a very small leak perhaps its time to upgrade to 10w30 from the factory 5w20ford. Since they had already filled the car with 5w20 without asking my pref on oils im sure they quickly disregarded my comment saying there was only evidence of a tiny leak pethaps a past problem rather than argue about why this product was recommended to me i just allowed them to continue at the end of the service i was shown my dipstick perfect. But they did a trans service and when i asked for the tranny stick they told me to test drive it and come back i did but after he checked the level a 2nd time he shut my hood and asked my daughter if she wanted a juice ....sooo i drove another 5 miles a lil hard on my ride for a good sealed test pulled over n checkd my sticks oil good trans looks excatly the same as it did 5 minutes before i came in this means one of 2 things eithet was never done or was not givin the proper time to drain and the combined fluid in the torque converter was more than the 30 percent or so of my old fluid drained for over 100 bucks for some tranny fluid i could have had an ase mechanic remove my pan and gasket and drain it properely i realize convienance costs money but only when its accually convienant now i will have to drain it again at home eithet with a siphon pump and add to the soup of mixed fluids i have in my tranny or spend the whole day dropping the pan and doing it right....bummer
09/28/2013
By: miyuki.onnagawa
Hot Rod's Fabrication & Repair
My 14-year old Rav4 kept giving me a very weak start and one day it did not even start. I took it to the dealer and came back with a two- page long list to repair and estimate that I did not even want to know. I asked a friend for a good mechanic, Hot Rod’s Fabrication & Repair. Owner Rod was very friendly and explained everything before and after he worked on my car. He worked thoroughly and efficiently, and completed EVERYTHING in one day. He finished not only the dealer’s list but also other items the dealer missed. Last but not least it did not cost me a fortune. Now my car runs like a brand new Rav4. I cannot Thank-you enough, Rod. I would definitely recommend Hot Rod’s anybody that needs any repairs or maintenance.
12/25/2016
By: Amber B.
Reliable Buick Gmc Cadillac
We went to Buick ready to purchase. The salesman we were looking for was not there, so we talked with some else. His exact words to us and my husband was showing me the car: "Are you ready to do something tonight because if not I'm short people and am busy." This was a weeknight and we saw no shoppers. We left unhappy with his attitude and my husband contacted the original salesman to test drive the car again. The salesman was not helpful and when my husband said he could be there at 5:30 the salesman said he was off at 5:00. We were series buyers and the man knew that, but he wasn't willing so be flexible with his hours. Longer story short, we went to Lexus, got amazing customer service, and a better car for the same price!
06/25/2014
By: Harry Y.
Midas Speedee West Roseville
I work in a nearby office. Complex I had actually heard good things from multiple co-workers. I gave it a try & got an oil change. The staff was very friendly and helpful. I was able to drop off my car during my break and I picked it up on my lunch. Most importantly the price they quoted me was the price I paid. I've been to Jiffy Lube and they always had to add extra charges for things they claim I need...not w/ Midas. I was in and out when dropping off & picking up my car. Will definitely be going back. Good bye Jiffy Lube ...HELLO Midas!
08/02/2015
By: Dan G.
Tilley's Automotive
My daughter has been doing business with the Tilley's for quit awhile so when my truck needed a new head gasket I thought id give them a try. I'm so happy with the repair job. I don't know if it was less expensive then other shops but my truck is actually running better now then it had before the head gasket blew. Dave kept me updated on the progress and even ran tests to see when it was ready to get smogged. I was really impressed with the cleanliness of the shop too! I'm happy to call Dave Tilley and Co. my personal mechanic!
05/13/2016
By: Sarah N.
Les Schwab Tires
Great customer service! Very prompt at getting someone to figure out what I need. I came in for 2 tires. I told the guy what kind of vehicle and he recommended a pair of very "economical" tires. I appreciate that, but these are for my daughter's car. I asked for something a little less economical with great safety ratings. He recommended a good mid-range tire with a 65k mile warranty and had us out of there in about an hour. I may have eaten quite a bit of complimentary popcorn while waiting...
12/13/2013
By: Ray G.
America's Tire Company
I'm a quality and value shopper. I have been purchasing tires for years from this one location. They are always courteous and service oriented. I have used their price match program to save on tires every time I needed four tires. They are a busy location so calling ahead for an appointment will save you a lot of time whether needing new tires, a rotation, or a repair. Not sure why others have given bad reviews because I have only had great service at this location.
03/16/2012
By: michael_esponally
Roseville Tires & Wheel
Roseville Tires & Wheels, WOW! Great customer service and amazing prices! They have an amazing selection of rims and tires. My new car was missing some flair and the professionals there got me top of the line wheels! They also fixed my brakes, and even tinted my windows all in a one stop shop. Their prices on real name tires was amazing, no Chinese crap! I called around looking for a deal everywhere and no one could come close to the deals I got at Roseville T&W!
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12/23/2015
By: Russell B.
Tilley's Automotive
Dave Tilley is truly in business to stay in business. He is attentive and professional. I had a minor repair to a latch for my Toyota Tacoma that needed replacing. It took all of 3 minutes to complete. I didn't expect him to drop everything and do this, but he was on it without me having to make an appointment or charging me for labor. I wouldn't think of taking my car or truck to anyone else. Incredible service and attention. 5 STARS
09/01/2014
By: Alinda667@hotmail.com R.
Midas Speedee West Roseville
Great job, your owner was experienced in Honda CRV's so all the better. Your techs discovered an oil leak through a valve cover gasket and were able to fix it (instead of my having to go to another mechanic for a fix.) Finding that leak answered my unspoken question, how come I have some oil drops on my driveway? No more oil leaks on the driveway now. All the work you did was accomplished fine. Very happy with the quality of the work.
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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