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Ray's Garage is a full-service auto repair center with a staff of ASE-certified technicians that care about your vehicle maintenance and auto repairs.
Without leaving the comfort and warmth of home, vehicle owners can schedule an appointment with a certified auto repair technician, read informational car care tips, print specials coupons, and receive answers about perplexing car problems.
The professional auto repair technicians at Ray's Garage are happy to join with www.
The growth is natural, because 92% of all auto repairs are insured work," Paul said.
If a source existed like a Home Depot of auto repair a lot of insurers wouldn't be trying to create their own networks," Paul said.
Auto repairs can some times be very expensive for seniors who are on a strict budget, and no one wants to pay for work that is unnecessary.
For instance, repair shops that pass stringent standards and become part of AAA's Approved Auto Repair (AAR) program offer quality auto care service.
com, announced today that it has signed a licensing agreement with MOTOR Information Systems to give AutoPlanet users the ability to estimate the cost of auto repairs online.
While Tilden initially built its reputation on brakes, all its units offer full auto servicing utilizing state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment, including tire brakes, tune-ups, wheel alignment, shocks/struts, air conditioning, and other services, at a time when most niche repair shops are limited to specific auto repairs.
American Brake Service operates 13 franchised brake and auto repair service centers in five states which will be integrated into Tilden.
LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 22, 1996--Ineffective communication between car owners and auto repair technicians is among the leading causes for unnecessary or inaccurate auto repairs, according to the Automobile Club of Southern California.
An average of 24% to 40% of auto repairs in Southern California are unnecessary primarily due to a lack of clear communication according to Auto Club-sponsored research.