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    Eli Towing & Recovery
    South Carolina is currently experiencing some devastating flooding. Everyone in the community has come together to fill sandbags to give to those in need for FREE. This low life took over 2,000 sandbags and started selling them for a profit and bragging about making money off people who's homes are currently flooded or in danger of being flooded. Not only is he making a profit, but people are spending $400 or more to buy sand bags and he is NOT delivering the sandbags to the customers. This man doesn't care about people or his community only looking to make a profit and be greedy. If you have a heart you would not give this man your business while there are more reliable towing companies in the area.
    - Kaila H.
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    Eli Towing & Recovery
    This person got free sandbags from kids who volunteered their time and went and sold them to make a profit. Also sold sandbags with a promise to deliver them and never delivered. Con artist. Wouldn���t recommend this business or person for anything. Stay far away from this person and business. Nothing but a crook and a con artist. Will brag about the money he���s made. Been caught on multiple messages and phone calls bragging about it
    - Gregory F.
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    Weltner's Collision
    Service better then we expected Eric was very professional, workmanship the best, they delivered just as promised. We also noted other happy customers all relaxed talking to each other while waiting to be seen as we waited our turn too. We highly recomend Welter's collision And thank Angie's list for recommending Them to us in the first place.
    - Mio S.
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    Carlo's Complete Car Care Center Inc
    I arrived from out of state with a "Check engine" light on.  He read it and told me it was a minor issue. It might be difficult to get a repair part quickly.  There would be no problem getting back to PA and having it fixed at the home dealer.  There is a reason all his bays were full, and the mechanics were busy.
    - Brenda N.
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    Sparks Toyota
    Their service is horrible. The only reason I take it there is because it’s still under the warranty. They are slower than the mud. We had a leak in my wife’s car, we had to bring it back six, seven times. Once they said they have fixed it and everything is fine and when I get in the car it was soaking wet. They are expensive and always try to sell you something else.
    - Chris S.
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    Carlo's Complete Car Care Center Inc

    The worker at Carlos took my car in the shop, located the leak and plugged the tire very quickly.  Then they tested the plug to be sure that it was holding air.  This repair allowed me to drive my car until I was able to get the correct replacement tire for my car! And they were very well priced for the work!


    - Darrel D.
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    Mount Pleasant Chevrolet1363
    When I arrived the sales rep was not working reviewed with new rep the situation he called the owner and the original sales rep he stated that yes it was to be matched but then the owner stated it was a mistake and that I did not have the quote in writing and that he would not match it any longer .no sorry no apology , for wasting my time owner and rep even starting laughing at me when I got upset.....as they stated that the original truck I was going to purchase out of stay was sold so they did not have to match any longer so good luck how kind was that they were playing a game that was not fair and it was not very nice at all now I have to go back to square one with Chevy truck month almost over and now I know why dealers get a bad reputation yes there are good honest dealers out there
    - Cathy H.
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    Hadwin-White Buick GMC Subaru
    In our recent quest to purchase a small AWD SUV, we had the opportunity to visit multiple model dealerships and test drive a number of vehicles. We initially dropped in solely for a test drive and to familiarize with the new product offerings (we were still driving a 12 year old Subaru Outback). We had steeled ourselves before entering ready to fend off high pressure salesman who disappear with your keys of your potential trade in and come back with high prices and a low-ball trade in value. Our assumptions were COMPLETELY WRONG at Hadwin-White Subaru. We were greeted warmly by a sales professional, Bryan F. who actually listened to what we were looking for considering we needed a vehicle of higher stature and easy access in/out because of some physical limitations one of us had.

    We had asked to test drive an Outback but after he saw the mobility issue involved, suggested that we also try the seats and access into the Forester--and he was completely on target--much easier to get in and out and with the leather seat option, it was excellent. All of the other dealerships we visited (7 in total) were pleasant enough but were more interested in selling their brand than listening and providing a solution to the mobility issue. We were already sold on the durability and low maintenance record of the Subaru brand but needed to adjust vehicle height and other features for this purchase. We did our research and sincerely shopped the other brands and closer dealerships for features/price/cost of ownership over many years, gas mileage, maintenance facilities and reputation of the dealership.

    Our extensive internet research allowed to really compare/contrast the vehicles when we saw them in person. We left this dealership after the initial visit and test drive with great information and continued with our due diligence on Ford Escape, Mazda CX-5, Nissan Rogue and Murano. Honda CR-V, Jeep Patriot and Cherokee, Hyundai Tuscan and Sante Fe, Kia Sorrento. On our second test drive of the Forester, we agreed that on looks, ease of access and reliability as well as the best IHS crash ratings, and the supremely easy (dare we say fun?) experience at Hadwin-White Subaru that we had found our next car. To be sure, this dealership was the farthest from our home--but the BEST choice for us. I would recommend our salesperson Bryan F. and his team leader Steve to anyone considering a new vehicle.

    Of note to service after the sale--Bryan is even going to help us burn our CD's into the MP3 player that will be more easily used with the stereo. Our trade in value was excellent (even on a 12 year old car) and we received the best deal even after shopping other Subaru dealers. We unequivocably recommend Hadwin-White Subaru and this team! Great experience!
    - Leah L.
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    Weltner's Collision
    Wonderful!
    They were very attentive, got a fair price for the work, prompt, and the painting was excellent.  A real craftsman who takes pride in the work provided.  Would recommend them highly.
    - Laurens F.
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    HARDEE AUTO SALES
    We bought a truck about 4 months ago for almost 14,000.00..Had a major oil leak that was only accessible by dealing with the timing belt..Therefor making it major, and not minor as the owner seems to think..They had it for a week..Again if it was minor why would it take so long .They called for pickup, my 16 yr old son who is primary driver of truck went to leave and couldn't go in reverse..They had caused a new problem, water in the clutch..If my son wasn't parked in such a way where he didn't need to go backwards, he could have been killed not knowing he couldn't go in reverse..The owner didn't seem to care much at all about the situation his own garage caused. This is why we have warranty's..They fixed the new problem and my son had to return again, It takes 45 mins to get there from our house. I called and asked as a courtesy if they could fill his tank for us because we have had these annoying problems after only 4 months of ownership.. That's when Steve ( the owner ) screamed and went crazy telling me I had nerve asking him for anything after he just fixed the truck, and couldn't believe I was even asking such a thing..It got really nasty, really fast and I was shocked at the the names he had called me and how loud his voice was. I was getting scared and had to hang up on him at that point..I have to say as an owner of a place where we just spent 14,000.00 he should be ashamed of himself..
    - Timothy and Sharon m.
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