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Diesel Truck Repair in San Antonio, TX
Allen Burt Truck Tire Service
5519 Interstate 10 E, San Antonio, TX, 78219
1.Texas Truck Shop
9330 NE Loop 4106.59 mi San Antonio, TX Truck Service & RepairUsed Truck Dealers
The lady that answered the phone was absolutely delightful. Quick turn around. Thank you
2.Alamo City Truck Service
3410 E Houston St4.08 mi San Antonio, TX Truck Service & RepairTruck TrailersBus Repair & ServiceRecreational Vehicles & Campers-Repair & Service
Alamo City Truck Service provides repair, maintenance, and service for trucks, school buses, tour coaches, trailers, and hiab cranes.
3.Alamo Trucks & Parts Co
3507 SW Military Dr6.00 mi San Antonio, TX Truck Service & RepairUsed Truck DealersTruck Equipment, Parts & Accessories-UsedTransmissions-Truck & Tractor
*Truck Broker - Truck Dealer - Used Trucks Sale; Lang:English & Spanish
4.Grande Truck Center
4562 Interstate 10 E5.60 mi San Antonio, TX Truck Service & RepairNew Car Dealers
purchases a used f150 from an internet ad at grandeford.com . it was very easy . the truck was ready for me to test drive when i arrived. they offered financing however i already had a loan with my credit union. that was ok with them and i was in and out of finance in under 30 minutes. i've purchased other vehicles elsewhere and they tried to get me not to use my credit union and i waited for over an hour to see a finance manager.
5.USA Auto Care Center
6608 Bandera Rd9.07 mi San Antonio, TX Truck Service & RepairAutomobile Parts & SuppliesInsuranceAutomobile Air Conditioning Equipment
Math is very trustworthy person and knows his job. I always take my car there because they always do a good job. They are honest and give very reasonable price.
6.Associated Collision Center Inc.
3218 Thousand Oaks Dr10.78 mi San Antonio, TX Truck Service & RepairTruck Body Repair & PaintingAuto Repair & ServiceAutomobile Body Repairing & Painting
While searching out a shop to repair my 2012 Mazda, I found a number very favorable sites, but I happened to take notice of the unfavorable blog on this site. I couldn't help offering my own experience which I can only describe as superior. I found the folks at Associated fast, efficient, & professional.
7.D & S Garage & Diesel Service
639 W Rhapsody Dr8.84 mi San Antonio, TX Truck Service & RepairDiesel EnginesAutomobile Diagnostic EquipmentWheels-Aligning & Balancing
This location was close to the airport, and I decided to try it because I was traveling for a couple of days. I submitted an email via the website, and got a quick response from the owner stating that they could fix my electrical problem in the time I'd outlined. I asked them to look at the a/c as well. Both were ongoing problems because I am new to the area and a total skeptic. Tony (behind the counter) told me what to expect, and he delivered. I got a call while on the road and was given an explanation of the problem and the solution. The a/c problem, by the way, was overlooked at the dealership (not a local one) on three separate occasions. The repairs were made, and the price was half what I expected to pay at the dealership. The office closed at 5:30 and my flight came in around 4:00. I was told that I had two options in the case that I was late for any reason. If I called ahead, someone would stay behind and let me in. Plan B was to pay over the phone and he would leave my vehicle out for me to pick up. Although simple, it really sounded to me as if they were grateful for business and understood that if you treat people right, they'll come back. I'd feel comfortable sending a family member there.
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