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12/18/2016
By: Jason C.
Sand Bar Repair LLC
If I could give negative I definitely would was told 2 week turn around on my bike 5 &a half weeks later I get it with parts not installed and work not done. Not professional at all.i really thought when I talked to "moose" I had found the guy to take care of all my atv needs I was wrong
02/14/2016
By: Lisa G.
Shawnee Pittstop
Had my oil changed and they damaged my filter putting it in! Was going out of town so I had the dealership change my oil 2200 miles later and they discovered it and I was told it was because the put it in incorrectly, I called and spoke with Jason the owner and he kinda chuckled it off was VERY UNPROFESSIONAL didn't ask me for my name so he could pull me up and even attempt to see which Tech changed my oil just wanted to argue about it NOT WHAT I WANTED TO HEAR! The dealership gave me paper work with the info about the damaged filter and also the damaged filter waiting on a oil dialysis to make sure there are no metal shavings and my BRAND NEW 40,000$ car is okay other wise LEGAL ACTION WILL FOLLOW! I've posted reviews and pictures of the DAMAGED OIL FILTER AND PAPER WORK FROM THE DEALERSHIP on their Facebook page and web site they immediately take them down for OBVIOUS REASONS! BE WARE OF THE SHAWNEE PITTSTOP!!
05/18/2015
By: Rachel P.
Shawnee Pittstop
Great customer service, but they left the filter on my car lose after an oil change. Luckily I found it before any damage was done. I won't be back.
02/10/2015
By: Rachel P.
Midas Auto Service Experts
Phone number listed no longer works.
04/02/2014
By: Sam E.
Rains Automotive
I've had them change the timing belt on my Chevy twice. They did a very good job and didn't charge an arm and a leg. Both times the work was done the same day and I've had no trouble. We will drive about 40,000 miles a year.Most of my friends recommended this business.
11/02/2013
By: truthfully_honest405
Hilton's Garage
ok so I went there to get a oil change this morning and this is what it looked like LABOR$ 42.00OIL FILTER: $5.50OIL: $38.00SHOP FEE :$10.00 OH AND WE CAME FORGET ABOUT THE 3 DOLLARS OF TAX. IT CAME TO OVER $90.00 PLEASE DON'T MAKE THE SAME MISTAKE I DID. THEY WILL NOT TELL YOU HOW MUCH IT WILL BE AHEAD OF TIME. I WOULD REALLY LIKE A REFUND BUT I KNOW THAT WILL NEVER HAPPEN.
08/13/2012
By: lonijean
Rains Automotive
Not pleased with the work I had them do on my van, its only been out of the shop for a short time and its not running again and the timing didnt seem right after they replaced the timing belt, if they replaced the timing belt, and they waited til the last possible moment to start working on my van and it sat there for 2 to 3 weeks.
Tips & Advices
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