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Great Tips For Choosing A Car Mechanic

Author : Roger Ubik   Top Author

Submitted : 2010-09-28 02:17:38    Word Count : 538    Popularity:   7

Tags:   Auto Repair, Cars, Trucks, Automobiles

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Have you ever been in a situation where you've had car trouble and needed someone to fix your car? Almost all of us have at one point in time or another, and it can be extremely frustrating to have to have your car fixed but to not know who to go to in order to get it fixed! That's why it's important after you purchase a car to find a mechanic in your area that you can trust. Choosing a car mechanic before you actually need one is a great way to help prevent you from making a rushed decision, which could see you spending more time and wasting more money than necessary.

Tip #1: Get Recommendations!

All of the experts agree on this one: always get recommendations when you're in the process of choosing a car mechanic. Mechanics work in the service industry, and they're not only there to service your vehicle, but also to service you as well, which means that you need to make sure that the mechanic not only knows how to fix cars, but that he also knows how to treat his customers, and the best way to know this for sure is to get recommendations before you go to the mechanics garage! Ask friends and family members, or even co-workers about the mechanics that they've dealt with, and you'll likely find that they have a very strong opinion about what mechanic you should use and which ones you should avoid at all costs.

Tip #2: Check Out Their Shop

Is every garage the same? Absolutely not. Many people assume that all garages are covered in filth and are extremely disorganized. That is not the case. When you're trying to select a mechanic, make sure that you take the time to check out their garage. If the garage is completely filthy and is really disorganized, you may want to look for a different mechanic. While a bit of dirt and grease is expected in a garage, the garage should be organized so that the mechanic can find everything that he needs, and there should also be a clean and comfortable waiting place for you to sit and wait if the vehicle isn't going to take too long to be repaired.

Tip #3: Pricing

Another thing that's vital to check out when you're choosing a car mechanic is their pricing. When you're looking at a mechanic you don't necessarily want to find the cheapest mechanic, because sometimes that type of mechanic doesn't have the experience or training necessary to get your vehicle in tip top shape. But neither do you want to find the most expensive. Instead, look for one that has fair pricing and that is up front about how their pricing works. A company who hides their prices is not one that you should work with.

If you look for a mechanic before you actually need one, you'll be able to have a mechanic who not only is able to fix your vehicle when it needs it, and to keep it maintained, but also one who is fair in pricing and knows what they're doing.

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Roger Ubik has extensive experience in the automotive repair industry in Austin, TX and is passionate about informing consumers. There are many Austin automobile repair shops available. Finding the right auto repair in Austin TX is crucial to a successful outcome.

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