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12/17/2015
By: Lindsey S.
Johnny's Garage
After my experience at this place today I will never go here again or recommend them. I took my truck over there for an inspection today. They failed it and stated that my emergency brake didn't hold and needed to be adjusted they offered to fix it for 40-100 because they said they didn't know what was going to be wrong until they got in there to look at it. Not being an idiot I drove right up the street to my regular shop and told them I was failed for this reason. I asked for his quote on the "WORK" that was needed to get my vehicle to pass inspection. He put the brake on and revved the engine and the brake held. He told me nothing was wrong with this brake and my vehicle shouldn't have failed inspection. I called and advised Johnny's garage that they had the option of refunding my card for the $7.00 charge or I would file a dispute thru my bank and file a complaint through the BBB for their incompetence. They refused and demanded me take the truck back so they could fail it again and report the place that rightfully passed my vehicle. I told them there was not a chance that my vehicle would ever be brought back to that shop in a million years. FEMALES beware of this shop. Me and my husband went here last year together for the inspection and the vehicle passed. I have heard many other bad things about this business best advice is to stay away.
03/13/2015
By: Herold C.
Midas Auto Service Experts
My car was broke down and these guys sent Johnnys Weecker out to me and got my car fixed quick at a very good price I thank Johnnys Wrecker and Midas!
03/13/2015
By: Herold C.
Johnny's Garage
Nice small family based company and very nice tow truck drivers to come help you bring the car into the shop! Thank you from herald!
08/06/2014
By: nolan.lytch
Jomar Automotive
ATTENTION! - If you can help it, do not waste your time going to Jomar Automotive in Universal City, TX. The guy was a complete a-hole. I wanted nothing more than a state inspection done on my vehicle and I parked behind a vehicle I thought was in line. The guy told me to never park there again, quoted me a price, and walked out. I went out and told him "you don't have to be so rude about it" and he said excuse me? I said it again.. "You don't have to be so rude", he then smirked at me and I told him I'll find somewhere else to get my inspection. I started to walk and away and he said " come back here, I'm not through with you!" I kept walking and he said "Tell all of your friends about it too!" So here I am, putting the word out. Guy is a jerk, don't waste your hard earned money on this place.
11/30/2012
By: jondukes
Charles Smith Automotive Repair
I currently live in Midland, but my best friend is using my 2001 Nissan Altima in Converse. She woke one thursday morning to find a driveway full of transmission fluid. I normally use G&G Automotive for all my auto service needs. I called them to see about getting the car fixed, they told me they were backed up 1 1/2 weeks. So I called another place who also said they were a week behind, but referred me to Smith Automotive. Once I got the car towed over Thursday around lunch, they had it looked at and parts ordered by that afternoon. the car was fixed (automatic transmission fluid pan had cracked) so for a new pan, gasket, AT fluid and labor, it was only $235. All the guys that I and my friend talked to, both over the phone and in person, were EXTREMELY friendly, efficient, knowledgeable, and QUICK. I cannot recommend them enough, and will definitely use them again for any future repairs i need. SIX THUMBS UP
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