Choosing a good mechanic for your car servicing is a hard thing and it is very important as you will use it on regular basis for years. Many of you generally get confused to where should you have to take your car and how to find a best mechanic to service your car. The following tips can help you in making a good decision.
The best thing is recommendation from families and friends
Ask your friends and family to recommend, but you should remember that their attitude is different from yours. You should enquirer everything about the repairing including type of car they works on, how much they cost, what they had repaired. Check for testimonials from other clients if they offer in their websites. Of course not all the mechanics have websites but whom they have take advantage of it. Or you can also get a good mechanic from simply typing a question on social media like face book or twitter, this will provide you with substantial list of recommendations.
Check for specialization
There will be mechanics, who are specialized in particular component like brakes, transmissions, radiators, mufflers and machining and also they specialized in four wheelers, classic cars, Japanese cars, American cars, Europe cars and performance vehicles. If your car has more than one repairing then it is better if you ask them to sent to the other mechanic who can do it well, because they will have better understanding on who will do better work on your car.
How to know the mechanic is good
Choose a mechanic who answers all your questions. A good mechanic is that who explains everything even very complex problems in simple way which is easy to understand. They are willing to work at your problem very enthusiastic and explain what they have done. Who listens carefully to you and advise you if he finds any extra damages which are need to work and should not do until you permit him and saves your money by giving better options.
For finding a good mechanic you should check and ask for the following things:
- Do they have Automotive Service Excellent Certificate.
- Do they affiliated with Automotive Service Association
- Ask them what would they do if it is their own vehicle
- Check for the technical credentials
- Does your garage specialized in any particular type of car? If so what type of work it is?
- Do they charge any inspection fee?
- What are the payment policies and the guarantees do they offer?
- Check with the Best Business Bureau for customer reviews and complaints.