How much do you trust your mechanic? Looks like nobody have faith in who fix the cars; in fact you might have good reasons to mistrust mechanics. The federal trade commission estimates that Americans spend millions of dollars a year on unnecessary or fraudulent auto repairs.
So, who can you trust to fix your car? Experts suggest asking friends and neighbors for recommendations.
Most good repair facilities need to have at least one technician who’s certified by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence in each of areas it offers service.
You’d be surprised how many auto repairs have all the right equipment and personnel to do the work, but many of them don’t even tune up to the right training standards compare to a professional Auto club where they require hundreds of hours of training before licensing someone and where you know that you are getting a well-trained certified technician.
Don’t bring your car to those unemployed people that claim to be a professional mechanic working in the streets; unfortunately they don’t recognize the words of ethic and honesty. For some reason, under normal circumstances they won’t guarantee their work .
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