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By: Bryce S.
Car Credit Depot Inc
I was suggesting this place to anybody and everybody who needed a car. Just because it's so easy and manageable. Until, I realized how they do not work with the people. I should of just got a cosigner and went to a dealership. Their cars are not even nice nor do they care other than a quick clean up.If you're even a day late on your payment expect a phone call every day after until you pay them. They often call off a restricted number. The lady there, Kristie is very rude and short. Every time I see her she looks like she hates life. The last time I was in there she even said I owed a late fee when there was none. I wonder how many "late fees" they pocket. Such an unprofessional place all together.
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By: Jessica A.
Dale's Troy Auto Service
This is the only place I will take my car. Everyone there is super nice and I feel that their prices are very reasonable. They have never tried to take advantage of me because I'm female. I highly recommend this place.
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By: Melodye M.
Dale's Troy Auto Service
Went above and beyond, 3 other places didn't even check my tire and told me it was not fixable, they looked at it and it was only a small screw, tire was still good, saved me a bunch of money!!! Thanks Dale's Goodyear
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By: Mike T.
Webster's Auto Repair
Jerry is a trusted mechanic and honest businessman. My family trusts him implicitly for good quick work at a reasonable price. We go nowhere else for our car repairs.
By: cardinalmike
Dale's Troy Auto Service
GREAT service. They recommended a couple less expensive alternatives to fix my car. Could not be happier with the service and price I received.
By: Jerry W.
Troy Auto Group
Not worth the trip. Cars/trucks are all from auctions with minimum prep before selling.
By: dhull5
Bushong Auto Service
Good guys and reliable service.
Tips & Advices
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