Friday, May 20, 2011

Don't Get Taken On You Next Car Repair

Just started have car trouble lately, actually a reoccurring car trouble. About 6 months ago I took my car to get my air conditioning fixed; I found a shop that I thought was going to be cheap and do good work. I found this small shop online in a site like Craigslist. I called the shop and set an appointment. From talking to the owner he seemed honest, but after having my car repaired I was wrong. I ended up paying $500 and having the same issue 6 months later. When I took my car back to the shop he was no longer in business.

Not knowing where to turn I found RepairPal where you can find a shop , get an auto repair and repair maintenance estimate. It is easy, accurate and best of all it's FREE! By the way, RepairPal is an independent and unbiased source that will give you price comparisons in your area based on parts, prices and labor time.

If you're like me you always like to find a shop and get an estimate from them and then use RepairPal to compare what you've found. With RepairPal they will send you a printable estimate to your email. They even have a section called "Hear from Experts" where you can ask questions about the most common questions and get expert answers to your question.

In the future RepairPal is going to be my trusted source of information when it comes to car repair and maintenance.

1 comment:

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