Many of my friends are now buying their car breaks online. The said they are getting really good deals. It seems to me that quality is also something to be considered. I suppose my friends are getting good quality breaks because they haven't had any issues with their cars.
Best Car Repair Minneapolis 2012 - Great Brakes
Worku Moges, owner of University Avenue's Great Brakes, is something of a local celebrity. No, he doesn't pour drinks at the hot new bar, and he's never played with Prince. He's a one-of-a-kind mechanic, and that has gained him the accolades of drivers throughout the metro. He's been described as friendly, affordable, trustworthy, honest, efficient, ethical, helpful, and communicative. And he's been known to give a reliable recommendation for anything on a car he can't take care of himself, or even to show customers how to make a simple repair themselves. Like we said, he's one of a kind.
I got in a light fender bender in Victoria and am now in great need of collision repair because my bumper is gonna fall off. Who does fast, great work at a low cost?
Does anyone know of a good place to get a transmission repaired in Calgary? I have been needing to take my car in for a while now.
To get awesome quality of vehicle information and about its repairing parts I found this above article is quite amazing. Personally I was wondering about the characters of mechanics does they are friendly with their customers? But after review this post I must sure that every mechanic has some qualities and importance.
Seems like a very friendly and an all-rounder type of guy! His expertise on automobile benefits his customers while his people skills are there to keep his customers loyal. It is not a common sight where mechanics are friendly and treat their customers pleasantly. But that fact is easily understood because mechanics need to deal with many problematic cars which stress them up, hence the attitude. However, knowing that there is indeed someone extraordinary like Worku Moges, it really sets the benchmark for other mechanics out there.
And, he's just a really nice guy! The last time he was in, he congratulated me on my upcoming wedding, made fun of my fiancee's car (which makes significantly more visits to Worku than mine does) and told me I really need to attend an Ethiopian wedding one of these days, so he'll try to get us invited. This is the guy who changes my oil. I love it.