Mobile Mechanic in Tulsa, OK with Reviews -

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By: Kelly H.
AAA Small Engine Repair
I have been doing business with this guy for many years and he has always been up front and fair. He goes out of his way to help people even when its family time for him. I have never met anyone who can trouble shoot a problem on an equipment in secs then explain to the customers and show it to them on the spot. He is very good at what he does. I have seen people while I wait try to take advantage of him or his prices but he takes no bs. He is very fair on his labor . The deposit goes toward repair for parts, which I do not blame him for doing. Johnny doesn't like putting his own money in people's stuff then customers don't pick up. that cost him time and money. He gives free est. and if he goes $5 over the est. he calls to authorize the repair before moving on. There are times when you go into something and you find more wrong with it that wasn't caught during drop off. I get that, not a problem. He is more than happy to have you come over to see the damage and show you or inform you that the repair cost more than the value of the mower. He is fair, honest, upfront hard working man that supports his family. He has two children, one is a little girl that he likes to teach how to work with tools, very cute and good dad. As for the commit below, I was there when you came over and Johnny was working on his truck and mowers. Johnny was very nice to you until you started making threat to him and he asked you to leave. you are a lair and a very rude man. AAA is the best and my husband and I won't let anybody else but johnny work on our commercial equipment that cost thousands. He will always have our business, kelly and Fernando
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By: Miles L.
Migeli's Foreign Car Svc
Unfortunately, we had a less than positive experience. I went in because coolant was leaking from my car. They told me that some fan was bad, which was causing a buildup of pressure and the cap to the coolant tank wasn't tight enough so that was causing the leak. They also mentioned a tube got leaked on and was a little old and might cause problems in the future but not now, so I denied to get that fixed at this time. I paid $511 for them to fix the fan. I took the car home and the next morning I noticed an even LARGER puddle of coolant under the car. I took it back and they guy said well, all I can find is that tube... Long story short, he made up the fan story (or it wasn't really an issue but made a lot more money than replacing a cheap tube). We has some arguments and in the whole thing they never apologized and never took any responsibility or made ANY effort to have even acceptable customer service. I won't go back. Especially, since I've had great mechanics in the past two places I lived and I know what I can expect. This place falls well short of any decent level of professionalism but it is one of the only places in Tulsa that specialized in VWs? Maybe that is why the bad service, they know they'll have clients either way. Don't be a sucker go somewhere else.
Encinas Automotive
Great place. Mike and the crew at Encinas have been my go-to auto repair shop for at least 5 years now. I think I found them by accident, when one of my tires went flat thanks to a nail I picked up in my construction-heavy neighborhood. They repaired the puncture with some fix-a-flat type product, checked my air pressures all around, and then sent me on my way in no time. And I remember being shocked at how little it cost me. I seem to recall there being close to no charge at all, so definitely in the 5 dollar range, if not free. At any rate, Mike's generosity sold me on the place, and I've been coming back ever since. And whenever I've gotten second opinions from other mechanics, I've always found that Encinas reports the fewest number of repairs needed. Long story short, if you want someone whom you can trust working on your vehicle, take it to Encinas.
By: Nate O.
King Daddy Auto Fleet Repair
I cannot brag on King Daddy Auto Fleet Repair enough. I came into town a few days ago for a contract job & my water pump went out on my 2013 Dodge Ram. Being in a new city & broke down is not a good feeling. I put in auto mechanic in my GPS & called King Daddy. I explained my situation to Ms. Chris & she was incredibly friendly & helpful. I got my truck to the shop & met her husband Lee. He assured me he would take good care of me & that's exactly what they did. It took less than 24 hrs to have me back on the road & there was no price gouging at all. It really helped restore my faith in humanity knowing great people like this are still out here. Thank you guys so much. I'll never forget you. Nate O'Dell
By: labguy
Interparts of Tulsa
I had a light come on instrument panel, took it to three auto part store and dealership to have checked. All told me no code was being tripped, basically getting runaround. Stopped by Interparts of Tulsa o buy some fuel cleaner and ask if they might be able to figure out what was going on. Dropped car off next day at 8:00 a.m., got call back an hour later with problem found, have part ordered,m picked up, installed, and had my vehicle back at 5:00p.m. fixed. Very professional, labor/parts VERY reasonable. Would recommend to anyone looking to save a few bucks and get the job done in timely manner. TEN Stars!!
By: zackary
Interparts of Tulsa
Hi I took my mercedes 300e for what I thought was pretty serious and costly engine damage. I even had the dealer quoting me over $5000.00 worth of damage. The guys at Interparts convinced me that my problem did not sound like internal damage, but something else external. They were right The water pump was siezing causing a terrible racket. The repair was done that day and I have been on the road problem free for several months now. They could have sold me a motor and I would have agreed with them, but they did the right thing a now have a loyal customer Thanks again Mike Tadsworth
By: Bob B.
Floyd & Sons Body Shop
I've taken my car to Floyd a couple times. Once to fix repair rocker panel/mud guard assembly drug off due to not watching for curb. They fixed it for under $100...Overnight. another shop estimated more than $500. I found Floyd by referral. Another time, the Glove Compartment latch broke in "locked" position. The compartment couldn't be opened. The Honda place estimated $250-$250. Floyd Replaced the entire Glove box door, latch, lock, etc., for about $100...One Hour. (He had to order the parts which took a couple days)I give Floyd 4 1/2 stars. (his candy dish was empty that day)
By: Deb F.
AAA Small Engine Repair
A friend recommended Johnny, so I took it by at 4PM on a Friday. Told them what I needed and asked them to fix it ASAP. I was asked if I wanted a call to let me know how much he thought it would be before he started to work on it. But I passed, and he did NOT take advantage! Well I got a call exactly 24 hours later saying it was ready. Today was the test. It started for me and runs like it should. He charges a very reasonable rate compared to other repair people I have used, recommend him highly and will use Johnny again if the need arises.
By: Jeff H.
Paintmaster Collision & Auto Painting Center
I have been a customer of Paint Master for 15, I am a native of Tulsa and have hade several cars and trucks repaired by Paint Master. Randy and Phillip are the most honest and reliable people in the industry in my opinion. What they promise is always what they have delivered to me. Each job that Paint master has completed for me has been a good value and done correctly. I will always take my body work to Paint Master, because of the value service that I Receive. Give them a try they will always make you satisfied.
By: midtowncutie
KC Auto Repair
They did a really good job on my air conditioning my my Jeep. They did so well that I had even had them do a few extra miscellaneous things that I needed done too. Excellent service!!! They were also very very honest! I will continue to use them as my primary auto mechanic. You may really want to make an appointment as well. Many others obviously feel the same way as I do because they are almost always covered up over there. Thank you all for your hard work, honesty and dedication.
Tips & Advices
Yes. New tires purchased online can often be priced lower than ones at a tire dealership. Buyers can often avoid state sales taxes and locate hard-to-find tire styles and sizes, but will still have to locate a local tire installer and pay sometimes high shipping costs.
The average cost of a set of new tires is $637, with a range of between $525-$725. In addition, installation includes mounting and balancing, alignment, and disposal of old tires.
The vehicle is raised and the old wheels are removed, then the old tires are removed from the wheels. The lug nuts, wheels, and valve stems are inspected and replaced as needed. The new tires are mounted and sealed, then inflated and balanced. The wheels are then replaced on the car. The average installation takes approximately 45 minutes.
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  • Move your car to a safe location.
  • Turn on your car’s safety lights, apply the parking brakes and remove the hubcap if there is one.
  • Loosen the lug nuts with a lug wrench (but do not remove them), raise the vehicle with a jack and then fully remove the lugnuts.
  • Remove the flat tire and replace it with the spare tire.
  • Tighten the lug nuts by hand, lower the car and then tighten them fully with the lug wrench.

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