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  • A
    Cars Back 2 Life.LLC
    Daemon came out after all keys to a newly purchased car with keyless entry were accidentally locked in the car. He came about 20 minutes after I placed the call and was able to unlock the car within a few minutes. I would highly recommend Daemon to anyone who needs their car unlocked, or needs other emergency roadside services like a jumpstart, extra fuel or a change of tires or battery. Cars Back 2 Life provides fast, reliable and courteous service for a very reasonable price - $50 to get the car unlocked. I was so impressed that I put their contact information immediately in my phone.
    - LIANE G.
  • A
    JAKE'S QUALITY AUTO REPAIR
    Suspension was just something frozen up from the cold weather, and the noise was a loose plate that some bolts had rusted out of. He drilled new holes and put new bolts in to hold the plate. He was very fair in the charges for the time and materials. When i first moved to Minnesota i needed a front license plate added to my car. I looked on google maps and found the closest place. Brad, (the owner who has taken over the business from his dad, Jake) was helpful and professional and so i started taking our cars to him for regular service and any issues that have come up. He is honest, ethical and professional. We have older cars, so a lot can go wrong, Brad always checks over the car while its in the shop, and lets us know any concerns, and also lets us know when there aren't any. We are very thankful that we found Jake's. We will always take our vehicles to him.
    - Rayne E.
  • D
    Quick Lane Tires and Auto Center
    I called the Roseville Midway Ford Quicklane twice and stopped in twice but they are always too busy to help me. They say I can leave the car there; but any time day or night, it will always be a 3 to 4 hour wait. Even though I purchased my vehicle at Midway Ford, they will not give me an appointment, and they will not squeeze me in for a simple 10 minute warranty covered repair. So I had to drive 8 miles east to AutoNation, the next closest Ford dealership. AutoNation took me in immediately, reattached my licence plate on the spot, charged me nothing, and thanked me for coming. Wow, what a difference. I know where to do all my automotive business in the future.
    - Jeffery T.
  • D
    Kennedy Transmission, CVT & Auto
    Was referred to kennedy when my repair shop couldn't figure out problem. Dropped Ranger off at shop open, didnt hear from them until i called at 20 min to close to find out the 4x4 didnt work because of a "broken circuit board" and they could fix it tomorrow. Okd repair for $575(!), and when I inquired about ABS was told it was another $100 to diagnose that. Despite me asking for both repairs when I dropped it off. I declined that. It was after hours when i could pick up the truck, so i paid via credit card on the phone and asked them to leave the replaced part with the invoice. Was told they couldn't leave me the part because it had to be returned for recycling, unless I paid them an additional $185. When i picked up the truck later, I saw the part replaced was the Transfer Case Control Module, and charged $316.16 for it, $90 for labor, and the $120 diagnostics fee. I know the part costs about half that at any parts store, and literally takes 5 minutes to replace, so i called to ask the service manager about it. He assured me that the part was from the Ford dealership, and that it was a quality repair, and that tye dealership would charge me over $850 for this repair. Didnt seem to get that I was questioning why I was told the repair was different from what I was told, not the part quality. His solution was for me to bring my truck back for them to swap the parts back out and refund me the cost of the control module. I agreed to that, but I decided to take the part out myself and bring it back to save time. Lo and behold, I find the replaced part was a remanufactured cheap aftermarket part that can be purchased for $102, and NOT a dealership part at all. I called Rosedale Ford to confirm manufacturer information and part numbers, they sell it for $289. I ordered the OEM part for $145 online. I returned their part to them and was refunded the money. They didnt make a big deal out of it, and neither did I but I was very disappointed in their behavior. So, the long and short of it is this: they told me the wrong part so i would agree to an expensive repair i could perform myself, and then lied about the part they used, hoping an average person would be clueless.
    - Tonya M.
  • A
    JPT SERVICES
    Very good and very honest, they've told us that our car need not be fixed which other service center told us that it needs to be fixed and JPT saved us from eventual and unnecessary repairs on our car.
    - Leanne D.
  • F
    The Garage of New Brighton
    This place will rip you off. My parents paid for car repairs as a Christmas present in 2013. The car was a 1995 Mazda protege. The body of the car was not in good condition, and it was developing some problems, but I couldn't afford to get it fixed. The blue book value for that model in the condition it was in was less than $800 (I'm being generous). When they called my Mom to confirm that she wanted the repairs they suggested they told her that the cost of the repair to a couple of the things repairs needed was going to be $2500. They actually wanted her to spend more than that to fix "all" the issues they said that the car had. When she asked if it was really worth it to fix the car from 1995 that didn't seem to be in good condition, or should she just get a different used car, they told her that it's a good model and they think that she should get it fixed. The car fell apart 6 months after the repairs. A few days after I posted this review I was contacted by an employee of this establishment in an attempt to get me to take down this review. He made all kinds of excuses as to why it wasn't their fault, including "how are we supposed to know how what a 1995 Mazda protege was worth"? When I told him the value of the model on blue book he claimed that he had never heard of the site. I think he's lying about blue book, and his claim that they don't know how much a car is worth is just nonsense. Shouldn't a professional mechanic know weather or not it's worth it to repair a very old, kinda beat up car? These people are crooks, don't go there.
    - Devon R.
  • A
    Rydell Auto Outlet & Garage
    I've had the Express Oil change multiple times now and I've been very happy with the low cost, quick service and friendly staff. They are honest and don't try to push other services. I will continue to get my oil changed at Rydell.
    - Lisa E.
  • A
    Signal Garage Auto Care
    We keep going back to Signal because they are kind, fair priced and do great work. Most recently we were really impressed when a repair to the AC on our 2008 Saab turned out to involve way more than we could afford and the staff found a way to make the situation right. They went above and beyond. We will keep coming back here.
    - Tanya A.
  • A
    Miller's Services
    After reading other reviews and receiving a previous customer recommendation we went to Millers for the first time today. Had repairs on 1 of our 2 cars, and Millers will be our absolute GoTo Mechanic for all future repairs. We had received an estimate from one of the national brand mechanic shops, and their recommendation was that we replace all 4 brakes (and every single related component -- calipers, rotors...) and make repairs to both the suspension and drive train -- all to the tune of $1500. Millers did a complete once over and determined that the only thing that the car needed was new brake pads for a total of well under $200! Thanks, Millers!! We will definitely be back for future repair and maintenance needs!
    - Jessica P.
  • A
    Larsen Motors
    This review is for our many visits to Jake Larsen, and there isn't much I can do than add another A to the list. Jake is honest, friendly and truly excellent at keeping our vehicle in top shape at a reasonable price. Not only that, but they stand by their work. When a headlight failed within months of being replaced Jake replaced it again. I fully expected to pay for it again (a manufacturing defect isn't their fault, and they had to pay for the new part...). This was a $20 headlight, not a $200 one, but their willingness to make sure work is done right is so appreciated.
    - Susan W.
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