• How to find a good local Mechanic 14 December 2018 | View comments

  • Firstly pay close attention to the reviews about the business, believe the saying "less is more".

    If a company has 100s to thousands 0f reviews pay attention to the way they are written, very often people don’t have the time or patience to write a review and are just happy to have their car back. The very odd occasion you come across a customer that are willing to leave there own review without being asked or pressured by in house laptops or pads to write a review whilst they wait to receive their car back, believe me yes I’ve been told this by one of our customers. 

    Secondly do your homework there is currently a local company, that have changed addresses 4 times and telephone contact number 4 times and when you research their previous business name and address, they have nothing but really bad reviews. Just because they turn up in a new vehicle, which is livered doesn’t mean they know what they are doing. Pay close attention to the way the van is fitted out, tools, equipment etc "is the whole space of that van fitted out and used for the purpose of repairs to vehicles" or does it just have a tool box and a few other bits in the back..... Or worse still are they turning up in a normal car with tools as this one is a real danger. Don’t be afraid to ask for insurance certificate "Public liability" before they commence work this is a sure one to get them packing and running for the hills, as believe me they will be working and trading using normal car insurance and should therefore not be trading and Thus not insured should they damage your vehicle.

    Remember cheap is not the best solution if you want the right repair. Quality and Knowledge is the key to every success, exactly the physics and platform your vehicle was built upon. 

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