Coupons - Midtown Auto Service & Repair
HUNTER DSP600 LASER ALIGNMENT MACHINE. NEWEST TECHNOLOGY FROM THE OLDEST COMPANY WHO STARTED THE ALIGNMENT MACHINES. CANNOT BE COMBINED WITH OTHER COUPONS OR OFFERS
Price: $50.00 off any work over $300
Have signals or fans not working or some other kind of electrical issue, try our electrical diagnostic it is the best in town. We specialize in those hard to fix issues.
DIAGNOSE CHECK ENGINE LIGHT ON & GIVE QUOTE FOR PARTS AND LABOR.
Price: 1/2 OFF W/ APPROVED WORK ($45.00 VALUE. REGULAR PRICE 89.99)
CHECK ENGINE LIGHT ON. 96 AND NEWER CARS & TRUCKS ONLY. CANNOT BE COMBINED WITH OTHER COUPONS OR OFFERS
$30.00 OFF ANY SERVICE
Price: SEE DESCRIPTION BELOW
$30 OFF ANY SERVICE $300 OR MORE. CANNOT BE COMBINED WITH OTHER COUPONS OR OFFERS
Used Car Inspection / New Car Purchase Check Out
Why! Not know what kind of car your buying. let us do a 90 point punch list to see if the car or truck your buying is in good shape.
AUTO / CAR WATER PUMP / TIMING BELT WORK
Price: 10% OFF WORK.
10% OFF ANY WATER PUMP / TIMING WORK. ( UP TO $50 OFF ) CANNOT BE COMBINED WITH OTHER COUPONS OR OFFERS
Car Care Tip of the day
Finding a auto repair shop You Can Trust. Houston,Tx
How do you find a shop you can trust to service your vehicle—one that will make you feel confident about your choice and provide quality repairs at a fair price? Here are some tips:
Start with the most obvious. Is the facility neat and clean? Are employees genuinely concerned with your questions and are their answers direct, to the point and reasonable?
Look at the credentials of the business and the employees who will service your vehicle. Most shops will post educational certifications or accomplishments and professional business affiliations in their waiting areas. Some affiliations to look for include trade association membership, such as the Automotive Service Association (ASA). Look for certification or education offered by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), the Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair (I-CAR) and the Automotive Management Institute (AMI).
Ask about the equipment used to diagnose and perform the service. Is it up-to-date and are the technicians educated in the proper equipment use?
Make sure a written estimate is provided prior to letting the business begin the repair. A good rule of thumb is to request approval on any changes to the original estimate that exceed 10 percent.
Ask about the shop's warranty. Most automotive service facilities will warranty their parts and labor either in writing or in shop posted announcements.
Ask family, friends and neighbors for their recommendations. Word-of-mouth referrals are the shop's best form of advertising.
I came in there worried about me fixing my car and thinking I was going to spend alot of money. On the contrary, I saved alot and got my car fixed right. Thank you Citysearch for the recommendation.