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07/25/2017
By: Steve W.
Webster's Auto Repair
My father in-law sold his 2005 HHR to a person in Troy. After 5 months Jerry told her she needed new tires. The tires on the car was a mismatched set, different manufactures and wear patterns. My father in-law would never of had installed tires like that. The only way that those tires were on the car would be if Jerry put them on when the car was in on a previous visit. Jerry installed new tires. When the car was brought in 8 months and 18000 miles later Jerry said that the tires were bald and needed to be replaced. The only way these tires could be bald would be if he switched out the new tires for bald tires on a previous visit. When asked about warranty replacements he said the bald tires would have to be sent in and a decision would take 6 weeks. Jerry is the lowest of the low preying on the poor. Never ever go to Webster Auto Repair.
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03/17/2017
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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12/08/2016
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.
10/28/2016
By: Heather B.
Troy Express Care
Took my car here for a simple oil change and they ended up braking my car now and they won't fix there mistake totally unprofessional
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08/04/2016
By: Angie Z.
Troy Express Care
Took my vehicle here yesterday for a simple oil change, once I drove my car off the lot I made it a block or so before my car started clicking and smoking and then stopped shifting all together. They tried to charge me $1,335 to fix a problem that wasn't there. I took my car to my trusted mechanic to have it inspected for problems, as it turns out they drained the transmission and filled the engine so they sent it out with twice as much oil as it was supposed to have and no transmission fluid (They tried to tell me I had a blown head gasket and that it wasn't their fault) That's why the engine was smoking and the transmission wouldn't shift. I will never trust these folks with my car again and would recommend going anywhere but here even for something as simple as an oil change.
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01/25/2016
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.
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11/12/2015
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.
06/15/2015
By: Jerry W.
Troy Auto Group
Not worth the trip. Cars/trucks are all from auctions with minimum prep before selling.
07/08/2014
By: megan.e.rees.7
Quick Credit
There is a reason y all those cars are still there. We put a down payment on a vehicle and he wont let us have it. We will never do business with them again
05/18/2014
By: dhull5
Bushong Auto Service
Good guys and reliable service.
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