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05/31/2015
By: Ronald D.
Lube It Fill
▀▄▀▄▀▄▀▄█▓▒░ E X C E L L E N T ░▒▓█▀▄▀▄▀▄▀▄ I very highly recommend Lube It Fill of Toms River, NJ, 732-244-1888. They are not just a 10 minute oil change facility… They do expert auto repairs too! I just had my 1983 Spartan Neo-Classic car repaired by Moe (Manager) and John (Head Mechanic) of Lube It Fill on Cox Cro Road in Toms River. I had a right rear wheel bearing and an internal bearing in the differential fail. When I drove my car and could hear a knocking noise coming from the rear right side of the car. Before going to Lube It Fill, I had brought my classic car to two other repair facilities and they said they could not, or would not be able to fix it. Lube It Fill Mechanic John said “No problem, we can fix it”. He diagnosed the problem and then went on the hunt for replacement parts. It is very difficult to locate parts for a 33 year old car when the manufacturer is no longer producing or stocking replacement parts. Not to give up, John and Moe spent hours contacting part suppliers, junk, salvage and breaker yards in search for parts. Well it took time to locate and ship the parts. However, matter how long it took, they were determined to get my car back on the road for me and they did everything possible to keep my costs down. They did a FANTASTIC JOB! While in their care, Moe and John safely locked my car inside the garage every evening and even moved it indoors in the event of rain. Moe and John respected my classic car and took care of it as if it was their own. They even washed my car before returning it to me... I highly recommend Moe and John of Lube It Fill of Toms River. They are NOW my “One-And-Only” auto service center for all my automotive needs. Thanks Moe and John.
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06/16/2017
By: Lauralee P.
One Stop Quick Lube
This place is a gem for all your car services. Mohammed is honest and knowledgeable and much more reasonably priced than the dealers. He handles all your repairs in a timely fashion and is in a great location in the center of town. If you are looking for a place to trust and want to keep your car running for a long time, this is the place.
03/29/2017
By: Katherine C.
One Stop Quick Lube
I have been using Mohammed's One Stop Quick Lube for my car servicing and repairs for years. Not only is the service I receive so professional, I trust Mohammed fully. He is probably one of the most honest vendors I have encountered in years! Use this shop for your automotive needs. You will be glad that you did!
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