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  • A
    This is the second time in the last two months I have taken my car to Evans.  The first time I thought I had a transmission problem.  They evaluated it and told me that I didn't have any problems and that I did not need any repairs.  No charge for the looking at it.  Today I took my car to them because it was making a funny grinding sound.  My husband had taken it apart and thought it was going to be the CVC joint and was going to cost us a lot of money.  I even mentioned that to them when we took it in.  They called and said they looked at everything and there was NO PROBLEMS except that I had very loud brakes and they quoted me a price to have new brakes put on.....but then said, I didn't need them unless I wanted the noise to stop.  So I would have to say this is the MOST honest Auto service shop I've EVER taken my car to.  They could have done a lot of useless repairs and charged me a lot of money, but yet I walked out of their shop today knowing that my car was safe to drive and it didn't cost me a dime.  I will always take my car there and refer all of my friends/neighbors.  Very nice people to deal with too!  :)
    - Laura S.
  • A
    Eddie Tevis E T's Auto Svc
    He is great. I needed new tires, I didn't know that I needed new tires. There was something wrong with my car, it was wobbling and I called Eddie and described over the phone he said, oh, it sounds like you need new tires. When I thought about it I realized I hadn't gotten new tires since I bought the car 4 years ago. I went and got new tires and it fixed the problem. He doesn't do tires so he essentially diagnosed the problem over the phone, I went and got it fixed, and he got no money for it. He's just like that. If there is a problem, even on a weekend, he will say go ahead and bring it by. Even on a Sunday. He is super cheap and super reliable. He always fixes the problem or will be completely honest with you. I have a hybrid car so he can only do certain things with it and he is totally honest and says, well, I can't do this or I can't fix that. If you have a problem with your car, he will explain to you in probably more detail than you would like, what is going on with the car, what you should look for, if there is a problem bring it back. He is just very honest, super reliable. He is awesome. We always recommend people go to Eddie's for auto problems.
    - Irene D.
  • A
    I live in a small town. We have a Walmart and we used to have these smaller car places but a lot of them have closed down. I did a lot of research and I couldn't afford the tires that I wanted so I decided to go with the cheaper tires. I called Valvoline and I called Walmart and Walmart as going to be the cheapest so that's where I went. I would prefer never to shop at Walmart but I live in a very small town and I don't have very many choices. They were nice people, I would recommend them overall.
    - Irene D.
  • C
    Richmond Honda
    My automatic windows were having trouble working. I think that it is because we live in a very wooded area and so a lot of tree litter was getting dropped on the car. We don't have a garage. I think it was getting stuck in the car windows. They had to take apart the door to get them to work. It cost about $200 for each window which was really a lot and more than I wanted to spend. Whenever I've gone up there it seems expensive.
    I went up there once, I was on my way to a trip somewhere and I realized I hadn't gotten my oil changed in awhile and I needed to do that before this trip so I thought I would just drive up to Richmond, stop by and have them do my oil. I pull in and they said it was going to an hour wait and it was going to cost all of this money. So, I didn't stay, and they were super shocked by this, like I peed in their pool or something. I guess they have never had anybody say no to them or say no, thank you. I just stopped going there because of the expense and because it is in another town up the road and the service was, I have always had to wait hours for everything. If there is something that goes wrong with the hybrid part of the car, I have to go there.
    - Irene D.
  • A
    Sam's Pit Stop
    We have used Sam's for many years and recommend him to any one that needs car repair work. Sam is very friendly and honest. We have only to let him know we need work done and he can usually get you in in just a few days. Work is very well done and done correctly. Sam goes above and beyond to try to do all he can to keep cost down. I trust him and his staff completely.
    - Debbie B.
  • A
    Pruitt's Automotive
    Very friendly and helpful. Their pricing is in the same range as the provider we use in Berea (which is also family-owned and been around for a while): not cheap, but not overly expensive either. Which is what I'm willing to pay for service when I know I'm not going to be ripped off for repairs that don't need to be done, and those that are done are done competently.
    Then to top it off, my wife's credit card was blocked by Visa, who had notified the bank that day that the card had been involved in an online breach: the shop was ready to close, and the poor guy had to wait for us to get that cleared up before he could go home. They are good folks.
    BTW: Angie's List has them open until 10 on Saturday. They work until 3 on Saturdays.
    - Henry F.
  • B
    Big Hill auto was a very cost efficient repair shop for the small problem that my car had. This car was given to me by my father at the beginning of august with a broken hood latch. Unfortunately, the battery died and we were required to tow the car to this location because we tried (with no avail) to open the hood and replace it ourselves. My husband and I went to a junk yard and retrieved a hood latch that would fit this model of car and took it with us to the mechanic.
    Once arriving, he was not the most friendly of individuals, but he was good at fixing cars. He also gave a large discount if you provided your own parts so that he did not have to order them. We stayed in the shop for about 30 minutes while he got the hood open to see what damage was actually done to the latch. He figured out that in order to replace the latch, he would have to remove the side panel of the car and run the cable all the way through the to interior of the car (which would have cost quite a bit more than the original quote that was given). Instead of doing the, he offered an alternate plan of action that would keep the price the same as the one he had quoted. To fix our problem, he ran a piece of metal from the latch out the side of the hood by the headlight that could be pulled in order to open the hood. Though this was not the most aesthetically pleasing work, it accomplished what was needed and only cost us 20 dollars. He also returned to us the latch that we had bought previously in case we decided later to actually replace the latch itself.
    In addition to fixing the latch on the car, he was kind enough to recharge our dead battery overnight free of change. Overall, the experience I had at the repair shop was a good one, especially for the cost of fixing the car. I have yet to find another mechanic that was as cost effective as this one.
    - Maren H.
  • B
    Toyota South
    Every couple of months, Toyota South provides oil changes for my car. Though it is a bit higher price than average for an oil change (around 40 dollars) to keep the warranty on my car I must use a certified Toyota dealer. If you sign up for their promotions, however, they will regularly sent you coupons in the mail for discounts on auto work and oil changes (bringing the average price to around 30 dollars). The quality of work if very good, and the atmosphere of this business is excellent (at least when it comes to the service center). I have never had issues with any of the oil changes when have received from this provider and we have been using them for over 2 years.
    Overall, if you must use a certified Toyota dealer to get your oil changes done, I would advise using this business. Jiffy lube is also is certified, but their prices are about 70 dollars on average (much higher) with the same quality of work. The mechanics at this business are also very helpful. I have taken the car in on multiple other occasions to have other things checked (such as brake lights or body damage) and they are more than happy to look at your car and give advice free of charge.
    - Maren H.
  • A
    First off Randy is a awsome guy.A real good friend of mine referred me to him told me he did really great work. He charged less then anyone around town. I went to Big Hill Auto Repair to have my front axles and brakes replaced, I had already picked up my parts before hand.He got me in rite away put my car on the lift removed my front tires took off my brake and rotors.He turned the rotors as he replaced my axles. In a little less than a hour I was on my way. I will take my car there for now on
    - SandW A.
  • A
    D & C AUTO
    Got me in next day and had work done by 1pm. We have been using D&C motors for years for all our repairs and up keep. Nothing ever but a good experience. They are good at their work, leave your car clean and if they can't find what is wrong they don't just start fixing things. They say, come back if it gets worse and we will take another look. Got to love that!
    - Debra H.
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