Tip & How-To about Chevrolet Lumina
Mcdevito75 here, Ever since the invention of the AUTOMOBILE, repair shops have been competing for your BUISNESS, whether it"s a SECIALTY SHOP designed on a specific part of the AUTOMOBILE or the GENERAL REPAIR SHOP designed for your AUTO"s all around needs, CHOOSEING one of these REPAIR SHOPs to SERVICE your AUTO takes a liitle work, as the saying goes, IT"s NOT WHAT YOU KNOW,------ IT"S WHO YOU KNOW. ------ This is especially true when it comes to your CAR / SUV, up-keep and service, even if you do all, your own work, you still need an AUTO REPAIR SHOP IN YOUR AREA for STATE INSPECTION, OIL CHANGES, (you need a shop to recycle your old oil) WORK THAT REQUIRES SPECIAL TOOLS AND ABOVE ALL FOR "EMERGENCIES". ----- Here"s HOW TO CHOOSE AN AUTO REPAIR SHOP FOR YOUR CARs / SUVs SERVICEING NEEDS. ------- Look for a 1--2 or 3 man Auto Repair Shop not too far from where you live, (walking distance, in case you have to leave your car / suv) I find these smaller auto repair shops just as friendly, and knowledgeable as the larger, auto repair shop chains and with a HUGE differece, ----- They could "CHARGE LESS MONEY". ----- Shop your area, stop in and say hello, (when they don"t seem to be too busy) ask a question about your CAR / SUV that you know thw answer to, ask for a baseball park figure on a specific repair job, (Front Brakes, Standard Tune up etc.) look for them to be FRIENDLY and HELPFULL, compare prices of a few repair shops in your area, ----- One sure sign of a GOOD SMALLER AUTO REPAIR SHOP, is their ability to do your STATES ANNUAL INSPECTION, It shows this smaller repair shop is Licenced and established, you"ll have your CAR / SUV serviced by PRO"s and you"ll SAVE MONEY TO BOOT.
Posted by Michael C.... on
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