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04/26/2017
By: Krystal G.
Jim's Garage
I love Jim's and the service provided very wonderful family own business. I will recommend and be returning for future service.
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07/31/2015
By: Matthew A.
Tom's Family Auto Care
Terrible, don't know what they're talking about. Brought my truck in for a squealing noise assured me it was the belt fixed that and the squealing continued. No apologies and said he would take some labor off to repair the water pump, which was the issue. No customer service or intelligence. Save yourself the trouble and try another place.
11/21/2014
By: Tim G.
Tom's Family Auto Care
DO NOT TAKE YOUR CAR HERE!!! I brought my fusion in for NO HEAT and not only did they not fix the heat they lied about the cost, did NOT diagnose the problem correctly, kept my car for over a week, and burned up all of my gas! These people are honestly some of the most inexperienced, unprofessional, dishonest, mechanics I have ever seen. Between my warranty and out of pocket I paid them over a thousand dollars for a water pump, thermostat housing, and an O2 sensor and that wasn't even the reason I wasn't getting heat. When I brought it back to them (the second time) they said I had a blown head gasket and they don't do that kind of work there. Please folks, save yourselves a lot of time and money and take your car somewhere else.
06/18/2014
By: Jean G.
Greg's Auto Service
Terrible they fix one thing then you have another problem.
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01/02/2014
By: Chris N.
True Care Auto Service
Quick turnaround and knowledgeable owner. Can do it all.Highly recommend .
02/11/2013
By: mrpitmaster
Metro Auto Tech
Had my car work on several times and I must say I was very happy,and I thought his price was fair would send all of my business there
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02/04/2013
By: cn3339
Bill Ritchie Inc
These guys are honest & fair, you don't find that often
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