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By: Brittany L.
All Valley Smog
The friendliest shop ever! Happy with the service and the repairs that were made to my car. It feels like a family atmosphere which I like.
By: M M.
All Valley Smog
Don't waste your time going here! They wasted my time and money. My car was there for a month and they hadn't done one thing to it. I finally had to pick up my car and take it to someone else. I walked out of there 75 dollars less than I came in with. Very unprofessional and Very bad service I would not recommend this place to anyone.
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By: Amy C.
All Valley Smog
So far this company have had my vehicle for 2 weeks a process which they told me would take a few days when I made an appointment has now taken two weeks and they're just getting to it due to the fact that they had other vehicles come in with smaller issues and they wanted to take care of them first. My vehicle has been looked at and things have been taken apart on it so I can't even take it from there shop to another shop to have it fixed. If it were up to me is reading would not even get one star.
By: Aprim E.
O'Reilly Auto Parts
Hello Im Aprim i looking for a part time job do have it Part time jobe for me???if you have let me know im aviable from 8am to 2 pm let me know please
By: texasrd
All Valley Smog
I had been going to this place for years and they were great until they took advantage of my wife. I called to get information on the issue and they told me a different story from from what they told my wife. So I went in to talk to them and they changed the story again. The woman at the counter was not honest with me and was not willing to work with me. She told me it was against the law to talk to me about the car prior to work being done. They have terrible customer service, not even willing to address my concerns.
By: julesverns29
All Valley Smog
Go to All Valley Smog if you want great service and a fair price. I take both of my cars to All Valley Smog and I like the fact that I have a set mechanic working on my car. I used to go to a dealer but found that I was paying way too much there. Now I can afford to fix my car and do the needed maintenance it needs and not pay and arm and a leg. I would highly recommend going to All Valley Smog for all your automotive needs.
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