Locate a reputable repair shop beforehand. The first step toward keeping as much of your hard-earned dollars as possible is going to a well-educated experienced mechanic. Find a honest auto repair shop with a great reputation for performing quality work and one you can trust, check out their website and look for training certification such as ASE (a good housekeeping seal of approval from the nonprofit National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence) If you’re not sure where else to start, ask for recommendations from family, friends and coworkers who has used the shop before, also, read online customer reviews, research the repair shop through the Better Business Bureau or call the Department of Justice and check for any complaints from previous customers, this will ensure you they’re in good standing and should give you a good solid in-site of their track history of dealing with the general public.
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