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CODE OF ETHICS


  • To perform high quality repair service at a fair and just price.
  • To have a sense of personal obligation to each customer.
  • To recommend the services, repairs and maintenance to the car owners that are necessary to maintain the vehicle in safe working order.
  • To use only products which are safe and provide service that equals or exceeds that recommended by the vehicle's manufacturer.
  • To service and repair the vehicles in a timely manner and to keep the customer informed of any and all changes including completion times.
  • To give the best customer service possible and, in the case of any disputes, to provide a prompt and amicable resolution.
  • To ensure that my entire staff conducts themselves in a professional manner and in keeping with the high standards of the automotive industry.
  • To notify the customer if appointments or completion promises cannot be kept.

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OUR REVIEWS

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You can't judge a Book by its cover same goes for a Vessel made the trip from across the Bay to test drive a 2012 Tundra last week seemed all right no visible leaks from my ?'s. When buying used always have Pro or should I say 360 Auto Repair check ? it so you don't get trapped with a Lemon. The owner diagnosed some major issues with the Differential knocking & knocking noises coming from the engine possibly the Timing Chain, other electrical issues popping up on the scanner, Front Axle leak. Very grateful if I lived out there be my mechanic most definitely ???

, 07/20/2024

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