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02/23/2017
By: wegdfgf56547
Honest 1 Auto Care
Staff always friendly, great advice for the future of my vehicles and always made me feel welcome.
02/23/2017
By: elmerr358
Honest 1 Auto Care
Great Can DO, Will Do Attitude.
02/09/2017
By: bradd377
Honest 1 Auto Care
I was pleasantly surprised ! thank you for your ..Extra help !
02/08/2017
By: jasonn683
Honest 1 Auto Care
Thank you for such a comprehensive inspection of my car. Your findings helped me make an informed decision about whether to repair my car or replace it.
02/08/2017
By: Luanaa A.
Honest 1 Auto Care
Very pleased with the quick service - I have always told and will continue to tell my friends how great your service is
02/08/2017
By: nan745
Honest 1 Auto Care
Cesar is always very helpful- The doctor is very caring and always calls me back when I call with questions!
02/07/2017
By: bettyy431
Honest 1 Auto Care
Company will take care of you and puts the customer first. Thank you for your...Extra help! Great Can DO, Will Do Attitude.
01/10/2017
By: nan744
Honest 1 Auto Care
Great care and great staff here! We feel lucky to have found you guys- Don't ever change!!!
01/02/2017
By: dbenfla
Evans Auto Sales
Beware of this company. Two days after Hurricane Mathew the manager of Evans Auto Sales, Ben, drove up to us in a parking lot while we had our hood to our van open, and our children were in the vehicle. He started yelling at my husband saying he was behind on his payments and pulled out a big KNIFE and started waving it at my husband! My husband hurried and got into the van and Ben slashed our tire with the knife! We called 911 immediately. He then called their Tow Truck. The police came and he lied to them and told them he slashed the tire with a key. I have pictures and you can clearly tell it was done with a knife. Either way, it is a crime and we have the actual tire!! One of the police officers stated that this was not the first time that Ben had done this to a customer with a knife. Our children were so scared! The owner of Evans Auto Sales, Joe Evans, showed up and he actually jumped into our vehicle while the kids and I were still inside the van and pulled our keys out of the ignition as I was trying to stop him. This company should be shut down. There are so many other dealerships and Buy Here Pay here places to choose from. Their vehicles are also overpriced!
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04/17/2016
By: Robert W.
Special Forces Automotive
I have had work done twice and both times the work was done cheaper then I expected ..They are very busy but do their best to accommodate my needs as a boat and yacht transport company on a tight schedule!
Tips & Advices
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Car inspections typically take about an hour. However the wait time can be longer depending on how busy the shop is. Call ahead for an appointment to avoid long wait times.
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