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    HUMBOLDT TOWING
    Wonderful Job. We were told by others that they couldn't do the job. When we found Humboldt Towing, Leroy said he could. And he did. This company has the knowledge and the equipment to do every kind of towing job.
    - Jeanne G.
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    Executive Auto Shippers LLC
    I highly recommend Executive Auto Shippers. This is the first time I shipped a car, Rachel Worthington was a pleasure to work with, the car was scheduled to ship on the date we requested. And arrived on the scheduled arrival date and time and the shipper/driver stayed in contact with us. Will definitely use them again if I need to ship a car.
    - Kaye B.
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    Auto Shipper's Express Inc
    Mike at Auto Shippers Express was great to work with - and he definitely worked for us. We live in a remote area and Car Carriers Group arrived with their huge rig to pick up our vehicle at - drum roll - 11:30 p.m. Strokes to the driver for continuing with his schedule even with the late hour. That huge rig came down our street and the neighbors thought Martians were landing. Our truck arrived in Idaho in a very timely manner, in excellent condition - left Thurs 11:30 pm, arrived 1200 miles later on Monday, 11:30 am. Pleased beyond words!
    - Peggy C.
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    Manly Honda
    Was looking to purchase a car from them. I am a distance away so did it online. Pretty much had it ready to go, talked with someone about it and was just waiting to hear back from the manager. Took 12hrs for them to get back to me and I had to contact them. At that point I said yes to the deal. Only then I receive an email saying the was being sold that day and they would get back to me. Never heard back. Called them to get it figured out and they told me I needed to do paperwork that Ben (the online guy) didn't tell me about to reserve the car (gladly would have done so if I knew). Then they turned around and trying to sell me a car that didn't compare at all. Then after speaking with multiple people, I come to find out I could of had the car delivered to be me, when I was told they only deliver locally. Overall incompetency and lack of professionalism. Horrible service and generally overpriced so if you do make the mistake of buying from them. Be ready to have to fight for a reasonable price.
    - Keith E.
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    Midsommar Car & Auto Shipping
    I was hesitant at first about how the car shipping process would go. They quoted me a really good price for their service and were open about the whole process. There was no hiccups and car got here just as it was shipped. Would definitely do business with them again.
    - Ivan L.
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    Midsommar Car & Auto Shipping
    The auto shipping waS smooth and easy. Fair price and professional service. I do regret leaving my computer in the trunk as on the was it was bang badly. Talk to Nofar at the office she is great and professional.
    - Jessica W.
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    Van Specialties Inc
    Choosing Van Specialties (VS) was the BIGGEST mistake I could have ever made with my new MB 4x4 Sprinter. I worked with VS for over a year on an $85,000 conversion so I'm speaking from vast (nightmarish) experience here. Due to a 5,000 character review limit I'm going to attempt to distill it down to the highlights (leaving out DOZENS of other minor/intermediate issues). Initially I was planning to leave a 2-star review...but given recent developments there is no possible way I could rationalize such generosity (there's your cliffhanger motivation to read on till the end). Also: you can read my FULL review over on VS's Facebook page. VS scratched and dented the rear doors of my BRAND NEW van when installing the Aluminess spare tire holder and storage box. They never informed me about the damage, I discovered it on my own a few days after delivery. I paid $1400 for a custom pull out tray for the garage area of my van. VS was clearly informed of what would be stored on the tray as well as an OVERestimation of the weight it would need to bear. Despite that (and due to one of the worst instal jobs I've ever seen) the tray failed in about two weeks time. They used cheap/flimsy slide tracks and couldn't even manage to instal them straight. This combo led to the failure. VS informed me that it would be an easy fix and that they'd "expedite" the repair on my next stop through the Portland, OR area. In reality though they ended up wasting another 3 days of my time (meaning: they had my van for 3 ENTIRE days) and STILL didn't completely fix it. It can now bear the originally specified weight but the bolts they used to attach the supports dig into the bottom of the tray and are actively pulling the wooden tray apart each time it is used. VS installed my $2000 Isotherm fridge in the galley cabinet with inadequate ventilation. This became clear after the unit struggled to keep food cold even in moderate 80F temps. After they reinstalled the unit with ventilation closer to specifications the door hinge failed (due to how the unit was remounted). I received a new fridge from Isotherm on warrantee, reinstalled it myself, and had to custom design/instal support brackets for both the door hinge and guide to keep them from failing again. After just 10 months my water pump failed. I investigated (with generous assistance from the folks at Pentair/Shurflo) and discovered that the issue was caused by a shoddy wiring job (one of the wires was loose). It took me over an hour just to ACCESS the pump. VS decided it was a good idea to completely bury the pump...requiring full removal of the 3 panel bed, storage tray contents, and the 5' long water box in order to perform even the most basic pump maintenance. In other words: there is no access door to reach the pump. After the water pump ordeal I took a closer look at my battery box. The situation is similar but far worse. My batteries, solar charger, and much of the wiring are completely ENTOMBED in a box with no access door or cover. Meaning: in order to access the battery system (even for the most basic maintenance) I'm literally going to have to remove the bed, remove the bench seat/couch, uninstall my inverter and other equipment, remove various garage wall mounts, and then remove the entire 5' battery box (which is siliconed to the wall in an apparently lazy effort to keep water from leaking onto the batteries). After just 13 months I discovered a major problem with my $6500 Espar system: antifreeze had been slowly leaking from the unit for weeks/months while soaking into the wood of my galley cabinet. After hours of research I discovered the source of the problem: VS (against Rixens Enterprises Inc. specifications) had elected to use cheap crimp clamps on the hoses rather than adjustable worm clamps. The leak was coming from a crimp clamp connection and immediately stopped once I replaced it with the recommended worm clamp (much easier said than done). Saving the best for last though: After just 1.5 years one of my 10 X 36 slider windows began leaking (more like GUSHING) water into my van. The windows were bought from RB Components but were shipped to VS for instal. Not wanting to have anything to do with the folks at VS (ever again) I franticly called the folks at RB Components to see if they could help me diagnose and (at least temporarily) fix this urgent problem. They graciously did so while spending over an hour on the phone with me. Turned out to be more of the same. VS cut corners once again...failing to use any silicone sealant (and who knows what else) and therefore directly contributed to the early demise of the window instal integrity. Do yourself a gigantic favor and take a hard pass on this utterly reprehensible business...
    - tellur f.
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    KLEENWORKS
    I like a clean car and I have a beach dog and an older well loved used car (it’s like my second home!) and It’s no easy feat to keep it clean. I am also short on time. So, I was really happy to find Kleenworks. From the very first phone call, to to hopping into my car right after it was cleaned, I was impressed with the entire experience!! Plus! They have a focus on being kind to the earth with their cleaning supplies and conservative water use!!! I could actually see my reflection on my hood, the film on my headlights was gone, and my car felt cozy again to me. Huge savings in my opinion as I felt like I had a new car without losing any time as they came to me! I will definitely be using them again.
    - Sara P.
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    ATTWOOD & SON
    I met with Sherrie the Service Adviser at Attwood with a list of work that I needed for my car including a list of recent work and concerns. While at Starbucks, her tech went down my list and charged me $45.00. The Auto service I had been going to charged me $189.12 for 2 hours labor to find an oil leak. Prior auto service attempts to replace oil pan plug failed, was advised I would need new oil pan $160.. plus labor $347.00 aprox. to repair leak. The Attwood tech asked me to let him give it a try. He placed plug saving me approx $400.00. I would highly recommend Attwood especially to women. Sherrie is extremely knowledge, will explain the job to you, answer your questions and you will not walk away with that gut fear of "getting work done on your car". I have been there for service twice and walked away knowing I got good service at a good price.
    - Diane S.
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    Davidson's Diesel
    Been up here a short time, and really important to me to have a mechanic I can trust. David is VERY professional. He’s fair, keeps you informed and goes out of his way to save you money.. I’d recommend him to anyone ..
    - Pete Z.
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