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By: Chris G.
Mike's Auto Wrecking
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By: Bobbie M.
Mike's Auto Wrecking
It was a really early Sunday morning. My husbands tire blow. I call the tow company and without any question they came to get our car towed. New to the area so just went on Google they where the first to come up. The guy's where great. 100% happy. This is the company to use. Thank you.
By: A simple N.
John's Auto Parts
I will never return to this place again. I went in once to get a rear light housing that I needed replaced and there were 4 people working just talking to each other and it took about ten minutes for them to finally acknowledge me. After so they were seeing if they have the part I need in the computers and while doing so they took calls and interrupted my process to engage in the callers item. The way they talk about the people after they get off the phone is unprofessional and just down right wrong. I finally get my part but not before the part picker made sure it was the right one. The part picker was the only considerate worker there. I also went in another time to see if they have a part I needed and the rudeness of the worker is downright sickening. While we were talking he just ended the conversation with us out of no where and went right back to talking to his friend while we stood there confused if that was the end of the discussion and he looks at us and flips his hands in a "get the f out of here" manner. If there was a corporate for this place I would make sure and do everything in my power to make sure he got fired but seeing it is family owned there is nothing that can he done. Stay away from this place. There are a lot more nicer places. I just went to a nice salvage yard where I was greeted promptly and got my 2 rear light housings and a front light housing I needed and got 50 percent off. The cashier was very nice and jokingly type of person
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An immobilizer is used to prevent your car from being stolen, and this electronic device causes your car's engine to stop running unless a specific key is present. Recent studies have shown that immobilizers have reduced car theft by as much as 40 percent. All cars sold in the United States  since 2012 come standard with immobilizers, and aftermarket versions are available for older cars.
An anti-hijack system is a device that is used to discourage and prevent criminals from hijacking cars. Many anti-hijack systems use a car's alarm or immobilizer system to help achieve their objective. The best anti-hijack systems will work to initiate a quick and safe shutdown of your car if it is stolen.
A curb feeler is also known as a curb finder, and it's a device that's used to let drivers know when they're at an ideal distance from the curb for parallel parking. Curb feelers extend out from the car's body, near the wheels. They scrape against the curb if the driver gets too close, and they help prevent damage to the car's wheels when parking.
A car body kit is a set of customized body parts that have been designed to modify the appearance of a stock car. In many cases, a car body kit is comprised of components such as front and rear bumpers, spoilers, and side skirts. These kits may be made of fiberglass, carbon fiber, or polyurethane.
A cargo barrier is a device that fits in the rear of your vehicle, and it's used to shield passengers from large loads contained in the rear of the vehicle. Cargo barriers are also used to shield passengers from pets being transported in the vehicle's rear area. These barriers promote passenger safety.

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