Three very important things to consider when selecting a service/repair facility:
- Who is working on your? What is their level of expertise? Everybody has to start somewhere, but different levels of service and repair require different levels of skill. A lot of chain stores, tire shops, and oil change places only have entry-level employees. Which means entry level skills. Even the manufacturer dealerships only have a couple of “A” technicians. Their time is normally dedicated to drivability and diagnosis. All of our technicians are ASE Certified Master Technicians.
- Do they have specific knowledge of your vehicle? It’s important you chose a service and repair facility wisely. With today’s technology and advancements, a shop that knows a little bit about a lot is not going to be your best choice.All of our technicians have the specific knowledge, information, and tools to service and repair YOUR vehicle correctly the first time.
- What kind of parts are being used? (In other words, what is the level of quality?) Not every shop uses OEM (original equipment) parts or OEM-equivalent parts. Those generic parts may fit you car, but how well they work and how long they last is usually the problem. We use only OEM or OEM-equivalent parts.
A shop that “specializes” in everything most likely doesn’t. As mentioned above be careful of chain stores, tire stores, and quickie oil change places.
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