Whether from an accident or normal wear and tear, your vehicle will eventually need repairs. When it happens, having a mechanic you can rely on can help take the stress out of car trouble. Here are some tips on what you should look for when it comes to finding a good repair shop.
Suggested questions to ask a repair shop
Does the shop charge a flat fee or hourly rates? Ask about prices if they’re not displayed.
Does the shop provide a warranty? How long is the warranty and what does it cover?
Does the shop offer a shuttle to and from work?
Does the shop have insurance in the event your car is destroyed, stolen or burglarized?
Does the shop have experience working on your make and model of car?
How long has the shop been in business?
You’ll be relieved you have a trustworthy mechanic when your car won’t start or if you get into an accident. Take the time to look for an auto repair shop before you have the need for one.
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