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Issues To Consider About Auto Repair It may be a very stressful situation when worrying in regards to what company to select


for your personal auto repair, but providing you know how to go about the method it can be quite simple. Every company will claim they have the most effective mechanics and provide the smallest prices, but clearly which is not the case. The simplest way to know that you will be getting the best repair for that cheapest price would be to spend some time to do your homework. The first step to locating the best company is to look for the reviews which have been left by previous customers. Chances are that you have more mechanics in your town than you can count. It can be difficult to pick out which companies to even compare with others. Choose a site which gives the method to see their reviews at the general star level. Following that you will be able to discover the top 10 companies in your area. Then you definitely should spend some time to read the reviews which were left by their past clients. Recognize that there definitely will probably be negative reviews, regardless how good the business is, however the vast majority needs to be positive. Search for negative reviews that share exactly the same issues, for example needing to bring their vehicle in a short length of time as it actually was not yet fixed. Any shop should e able to diagnose and fix an automobile the 1st time. From your initial set of 10 you must be able to narrow it right down to 3 different companies that are the top. Then you can call each and get if they are willing to provide an insurance quote free of charge. In case they have made your top three list they should be a lot more than willing to accomplish this. That way you can know what they think to be the problem and also what they think it is going to cost. Once you have quotes from all of 3 after that you can decide who to use. It could be tempting to determine simply in accordance with the cost, but just how they treat you must also be considered. Customer service is essential in terms of auto repair. When they are prepared to explain everything to you personally and demonstrate that they can feel that you have value they then are truly interested in obtaining your business and keeping it. Think of every part of your interaction before making a conclusion about which mechanic you feel is advisable to service your automobile. Every auto mechanic will claim they have the best costs, from parts to service, but the fact is that they can all differ in several ways. Take time to investigate how others have felt about their service, what their prices are and just how you personally felt if you visited their shop. This really is the simplest way to get a quality auto repair center that can meet your requirements and expectations.





FAQ's Auto Repair

Unlicensed Auto Mechanic?
I Had My Car Worked On By A Mechanic (With A Shop) And Come To Find Out He'S Not Licensed In Anything. He Screwed Up My Car And Now Wont Stand Behind The Work. Is It Legal For Him To Even Have A Shop? Can He Be Shut Down? If So How?

It is not illegal for him to run a shop, however the good thing is that should you take him to small claims court over this, you are pretty much guaranteed to win.
- He led you to believe that he was a licenced mechanic

Even if he can prove to the judge that the work he did to your car had nothing to do with the problem that occurred afterwards, this will have no effect for him, for the simple fact that if you had known he was unlicensed you wouldn't have let him touch your car.

you would have a much harder time taking a dealership to small claims. you pretty much have this one in the bag.

you should talk to this "mechanic" and tell him that you are going to take him to court and talk to the Better Business Bureau, if he doesn't fix the damadge he has done, this may be enough to scare him into fixing your car.

but, do you really want this backyard mechanic touching your car again?

i would have the car fixed somewhere else, then take him to court and sue him for the cost of the repairs that the other shop charged and the cost of his "repair"

You should report him the the BBB anyway

best of luck to ya.

How Much Does A Automotive Mechanic Make In Ontario
I'm Thinking Of Becoming A Mechanic And I Want To Know How Much They Make, Thinking Of 2 Years College And 2 Years Apprenticeship I'm Also Wondering What Ase Certification Stands For

I grew up in a family run garage business and have been a licenced mechanic for 25 years. I got out of the trade a long time ago and haven't looked back once! When I was in the trade, we FIXED things! We didn't just replace parts! I used to rebuild carburetors and take apart alternators to change the rectifier bridge inside...We were truly automotive repair technicians. I even (gasp!) used to rebuild motors!

Unfortunately, the business has changed. If you are willing to sell parts and lots of them, you can make a decent living in the trade, but it certainly isn't what it once was. When I was finishing my last year of trade school, there was over 50% of the students I was there with that were already out of the trade and just finishing up because of the huge investment of time and money they spent getting that far.

With some exceptions most mechanics don't get retirement pension plans from their employers so you better plan to invest in lots of RRSP's or whatever. You have to buy your own tools, shops do not provide them...There's a wheelbarrow full of money right there! When you reach retirement age, your back is screwed your hands are scarred and arthritic, your lungs are full of crap. Sorry! Am I giving you the impression I wouldn't do it again if I had the chance? Believe me I wouldn't!

It's a profession that is starving for good people...it's too bad that it doesn't reward them accordingly.

Is Vista Honda #^@%'Ing Me Over? I Bought A 2 Year Warranty, And Now They'Re Saying The Part Isn'T Covered?
I Bought A 1996 Honda Accord From Vista Honda Of Ventura, Ca About 2 Months Ago. Since Before Signing My Contract (Which I Had To Resign 4 Different Times, Due To Their Own Personal Mistakes), I Told My Finance Manager, Lee Robison, That I Heard A Knocking Under The Hood And Wanted It Checked Out. He Reassured Me, &Quot;Don'T Worry. It'S All Covered Underneath Your 2 Year/24,000 Mile Warranty.&Quot; Well, I Had My Fiancée Take My Car In Today For An Oil Change And Full Diagnosis. They Are Saying That My Driving Belt Tensioner Needs To Be Replaced, And That It Isn'T Covered By My Warranty. They Want To Charge Me $300! I Told Him What Lee Robison Said, And He Started Laughing. This Has By Far Been The Worst Car Buying Experience Of My Life. I Ended Up Having To Resign My Contract 4 Times. The Mechanic Said He Was Going To Ask The Front Office If They Wanted To Cover It, But I Haven'T Heard Back From Him Yet. Any Suggestions On What I Should Do? I'M Not Sure If This Is Covered Under California Lemon Law, As There Have Been No Attempts Of Them Trying To Repair This Part Before (At Least Since I'Ve Owned It). I Hope Some Of You Can Provide Me With Some Helpful Insight.

Are you sure anyone would be stupid enough to warranty a 15 yr old car? Read the paperwork to see what it covered.

Its not a lemon its a 15 yr old car. Lemon laws are for new cars.

Why didn't you bother to get it checked out before you bought it either? Its your fault for not doing it.

How Much Should I Have To Pay To Replace A Head Gasket On A 1995 Toyota Camry 2200 4 Cylinder?
It Hasn'T Over Heated At All So I Dnt Think The Head Is Messed Up At All.

at my local shop,if u need head work,would be $25 to clean head,$25 to resurface,$25 to check for cracks or leaks,$25 for each valve replaced,i would recommend having all valves replaced,$20 for new head gasket,then labor for taking off,then replacing head probally $125.,thats if u have all valves replaced ,not including the valves prices ,$13 a exhaust valve,$8 for the other one

Replacing Toyota Camry Engine?
Hi Folks - My Car Has Been Damaged In The Rear, But Has A Good Engine, Gearbox (Auto Transmission), Tyres, Battery Etc. The Cost Of Fixing The Damage Is Prohibitive. It Is A 1996 Toyota Camry 3.0 L Car And I Am Considering Buying A Broken Down Car Which Has A Blown Engine/Head Gasket And Replacing That Engine With The Good One From My Car. Does That Sound Feasible? Can I Replace The Engine On My Own? I Do Not Have Prior Experience, But Am Willing To Try My Hands With The Wrenches And Screwdrivers. I Have Downloaded The Toyota Repair Manual. Do You Believe A Novice Should Even Try Something Of This Order? Would There Be Any Issues With Safety/Reliability If I Manage To Do It On My Own? Lastly, If I Find A Decent Car With A Blown Engine/Gasket, Is It Likely To Have Other Parts In Good Order? Or Is An Engine Failure Usually Accompanied By Failure Of Other Systems As Well?

an engine swap is not for a novice, there are far too many things you need to know before even attempting this , and as far as taking one engine out from another year and putting in one with a different year you open yourselt up to a lot of head aches. Its best to let professionals do the job or find someone w.illing to show you how, this would help save you money and gain valuable experience as well

How Recent Does A Smog Test Certificate Have To Be When Selling A Car?
So, It'S My First Time Buying A Used Car For School. All These &Quot;Top Guides&Quot; For Buying A Used Car On Craigslist For Noobies Like Me And I Have Yet To Come Across Any Advice Regarding Smog Checks. Apparently In California, The Seller Has To Provide Smog Certificates To The Buyer At Time Of Sale Or Transfer Or Else I Could Possibly Be Stuck From Transferring Ownership To Me So The Seller Goes Laughing With My Money. But I'M Not Aware If The Certificates Have To Be Recent. Say 2015 Recent. Some Cars I Look Up Have Certificates From 2014. Or 2006. Or None At All (Which Confuses Me When They Say They Have Recently Registered Their Car). The Only Thing I Can Pull From The Dmv Is: - Provide The Purchaser With Evidence Of A Valid Smog Certification, If Applicable. Smog Certificates Are Good For 90 Days From The Date Of Inspection. The Smog Certification Is Not Required If The Owner Or Buyer Signs A Statement That Smog Certification Was Submitted With Renewal Fees Within 90 Days Prior To The Transfer Date (A Vehicle Inspection Report May Be Required For Proof Of Certification).

Here's the CA DMV policy and requirement, which you have seen and read.

The seller is required to provide the buyer with a valid smog inspection certification at the time of the sale or transfer. Smog certifications are good for 90 days from the date of issuance.

Meaning any automobile you purchase with CA with CURRENT registration has valid smog certification of 90 days, after which you are responsible to emission test the vehicle yourself register the vehicle within you name.