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1. Ask your friends and family. This is always a great route to go because of they fact they deal with mechanics also and have either good experiences with them or bad, and the nice thing is they will be happy to share them with you either way.
2. Check online reviews. Go to your favorite search engine and type in the business your thinking about using, or type in (Your Town + Mechanic) and see what comes up. Look for reviews from people that have shared their experience or rating systems. This will help you size up the mechanic.
3. Go to the business. This will give you a first hand look at who they are and what they offer. Plus, you can see how they treat you and what their facility is like. One thing to keep in mind though is you can’t always “Judge A Book By It’s Cover”, so make sure to use this route with some additional research if your just not quite sure.
4. Check the (BBB) Better Business Bureau to see how they rate them. This could help with your decision making process.
5. Check their hours. This can be important to make sure they fit your schedule, or can adapt to it in some sort of way.
6. Ask if they service your type of Vehicle on a regular basis. Working on your type of vehicle often can be a really good thing because they are familiar with issues and servicing with it.
- I said it earlier but “Don’t Judge A Book By It’s Cover”, give things time if you are feeling positive in some areas.
Written By: Christopher E P