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By: jas0nblack
Rpm Autoworx
Relatively new to Savannah, and have been looking for a good shop to take my vehicles to. Word of mouth pointed me towards RPM, and my experience today sealed the deal. I will not be going anywhere else.Full disclosure... I'm a guy that tries to do whatever he can on his own cars, but sometimes going to a place with things like lifts, air tools, and the like is better than busting my own knuckles in the driveway. I'm quite mechanically oriented, which helps when selecting and using a shop for jobs I can't (or don't want to) do myself.To start... Everything in RPM's facility is CLEAN! The waiting area is spotless with free soda and coffee, and there is a huge window overlooking the service bay that didn't have a single fingerprint on it. Nice furniture, TONS of magazines, and there's a couple places (Zaxby's, BK and McDs, and a few others) within walking distance for grub if you're waiting for your car.Jason, the service advisor, was more than accommodating. I came in on a budget to have work done on a car that I am selling, and was more than willing to allow me to source parts from a local Advance Auto, as there was a significant cost difference between them and his supplier (they recommended I do this, as they don't have the ability to buy retail parts, yet realized it'd save me $). Grabbed the parts myself, and they were more than happy to put them in.Nate, the tech that worked on my car, was awesome! He took me out to the service bay and showed me exactly what was wrong with my car. He was understanding about letting me leave with the car briefly to save $100 out of pocket on parts, and jumped right back on it when I returned. He was on point, cordial, and professional.The best thing? The "book time" for my job (subframe bushings on a Chrysler Concorde) was 2.5 hours. I was quoted around $225 in labor for the job. That said, Nate finished the job in around half the time (including having to use a torch to undo a rusty bolt), and at a total cost of $125. Amazing!I've been to a LOT of shops over the years, and have never seen this standard of service. To put it simply, I'm blown away. As a car guy myself, THIS is how to run a shop.Don't fear coming here... They'll do you right.
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By: Patti B.
Faith's Auto Works
Absolutely awesome place to get great tires at reasonable cost. The staff was very friendly and helpful. My tires had an issue with the lug nuts and Tony explained the possible outcomes and pro's and con's prior to doing anything, so I could decide what I wanted to do( being a female and obviously not knowing ANYTHING ABOUT CARS NOT EVEN THE ISSUES WITH TIRES) He did not attempt to jack up the price or bs me. He even told me where to purchace the new ones spoke to my husband on the phone and wrote everything down for me and on top of that... he let me use his name for a additonal discount at the part store down the road (when I went to buy the the lug nuts) and it saved me a few additonal bucks. I am one who has really noticed how horrible some places have become when it comes to customer service, so I gotta really say thanks when I see a establishment that is so customer service driven, THANKS TONY AND ALL THE OF THE STAFF WHO HELPED WITH MY DIRTY YET VERY FAST DODGE CHARGER. You all were great and I have already told 3 friends about y'all so I hope you get a lot of customers I will def. be back when I need another set of tires. I got a great deal on some GOOD YEAR tires. Thanks again,I appreciate your hard work and professionalism.
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By: e.tonton1955
Savannah Autoworx
The two things I hate worse than anything in the world is to have to visit the dentist and take my car in for repair. Going to the dentist was always pretty scary until I found someone I could trust. The same applies to my mechanic. I have finally found someone who doesn't take advantage and puts honor above money. After being told by a couple of my good backyard mechanicking buddies that I needed some major work done for a problem I was having, I compared prices and took my car to Savannah AutoWorx for the needed repair. I was informed the problem was simply a minor adjustment that needed to be fixed and not the doomsday prophecy my friends had foretold. Now I can depend on my car once again and the cost was not outrageous. Finding a good mechanic is like finding a good dentist - you don't wanta go, but if you must, then please let it be as painless as possible. Thank you Savannah Autoworx for your good quality, friendliness, and topnotch expertise.
By: lightzone
Faith's Auto Works
After reading the great reviews, I decided to make the trip over to Faiths. First of all, finding it was difficult due tot he fact that there is no signage. Upon entering the property, you drive over a "field" of used tires, stacked and marked with their sizes. I was greeted by a man who asked what size tires I needed. After telling him 235/75/15 he walked me to a small stack of 4-5 tires, which, frankly all looked much worse than those tires I was looking to replace. The price was $35 per tire + mounting and balancing. He said, those are what I have, see if you like any of them. I knew immediately this was not working. I thanked him and headed towards my vehicle. He called to me asking if I was interested in "tube"tires. I smiled and, after petting the very friendly cat who patrolled the grounds, waved goodbye.Perhaps others have had better luck at Faiths. I headed over to Walmart and for $68 bought brand new tires.
By: hopperspaintball
Faith's Auto Works
My wife and I recently decided to purchase a set of used tires for our daughters suv. The tires have been great, the price was very reasonable, and one of the guys made us feel very comfortable considering he conversated with us almost the entire time we were there. In and out in 40 min with 4 tires installed and they even replaced our valve stems for free. They also quoted us a set of new tires and so far they have had the cheapest price we have found. We will spread the word for we like to support our communities small size businesses. Endless thanks for your interest in us as people and for taking the time to spend with us. We will use you guys when we decide to get our next new tires.
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By: Mickey D.
Hernandez Collision Center
My husbad and I were recently involved in an automobile accident where we were rear-ended. We contacted Hernandez Collision Center the next day and Mr. Hernandez and his people handled everything for us. They arranged a rental vehicle for us while our vehicle was being repaired. They delt with the insurance ajuster and the insurance company in regards to payment. Everyone at The Hernandez Collision Center was courtious and helpful. The repairs were done to my vehicle with factory parts and no after-market parts. The painting that had to be done was 100% satisfactory. It was a pleasure to do business with people who are honest and concerned about their customers.
By: katherine_bla1
3 Guys Garage
I don't know what is up with nb1234, but I got an oil change (the most expensive one, it was only like 40-50 dollars) and my brakes pads changed along with resurfacing my rotors, they also installed my air filter (I know I could do it myself but I was feeling a little lazy that day) also refinished my headlights. The guy working the front said that he didn't like how the headlights turned out so he only charged me half price for that. My total bill was like 212.00. That was a fraction of what other shops like midas, savannah tire and other places wanted to charge me. The guys there were fast and very nice too. It was quality service with a smile. I love this shop!
By: xchitown
Ken's Mobile Auto Repair
I took my car to a service dealer when it started overheating. I was told it was my heat air coil and they would have to rip out my dash to fix it at a cost of almost $1000. Took my car home and parked it till I could afford to have it done. I was talking with a coworker and was told to call Ken. Boy am I happy I did. He came to my house and took a look. It was my fan not the coil. Ordered a new fan and had me up and running saving me hundreds of dollars! Everyone at work now uses Ken, he is prompt, professional and most importantly cares about doing a good job. Thank you Ken, you have restored my faith!
By: James C.
3 Guys Garage
I brought my car here for exhaust work because I wanted to make my acura sound better and there was a slight rattle so I needed a check up too. The guy who worked on my car found the rattle and fixed it no charge!! And he really took the time to but the muffler right where I wanted it. But more importantly he did the job right. No leaks and no more rattle! Now my car sounds great, and they noticed my front tires were a bit worn so they rotated them for free and gave me a quote on good replacement. very helpful and they look out for you, couldn't ask for more in a repair shop!!
By: cstevens251
Hernandez Collision Center
I have not been involved in very many auto accidents during my lifetime. However, when it came to fixing my 2012 Toyota Camry, Hernandez Collision Center did an AMAZING job! The car was returned to me and looks brand new again. I couldn't have had a better experience. The staff at Hernandez Collision Center are very knowledgeable when it comes to dealing with the insurance companies. The car was done in a timely manner, and during the pickup process, I didn't have to pay a dime out of my pocket. I have peace of mind that my car was repaired correctly. Chris Stevens/Pooler, GA
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.
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