Everyone knows how expensive it can be to take your car to a dealer for repairs. Unfortunately, many people prefer to go to the dealership rather than worry about the headache of finding a reliable and affordable auto repair shop. Contrary to some people’s beliefs, a mobile mechanic in Michigan offers competitive prices and excellent service.
Nate The mobile mechanic. Information
|Company Name||Nate The mobile mechanic.|
|Pluscode||X57R+9J Swartz Creek, Michigan, USA|
|Address||126 Eagle Dr, Swartz Creek, MI 48473, United States|
|City||Swartz Creek, Michigan, USA|
|Business Hour||Friday, Open 24 hours; Saturday, Open 24 hours; Sunday, Open 24 hours; Monday, Open 24 hours; Tuesday, Open 24 hours; Wednesday, Open 24 hours; Thursday, Open 24 hours|
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Review About Nate The mobile mechanic.
|Comment||I called this guy to do a engine swap on my Jeep. I purchased the engine and after talking with Nate and Zach I felt confident that they would do a good job, they seemed knowledgeable. We agreed on a price, I didn't even question it, I was excited to get my project finished. The Jeep my wife always wanted! Since I bought all the parts we agreed on $1500. They got to work right away and pulled the motor. I give them $1,000 down as they wanted and would pay the other $500 when the job was finished by the date on the written receipt provided. For over a month we played this game where I would message him and he would say let me get ahold of my bruh, we'll be there tomorrow, it never happened. These guys left me high and dry with engine parts, bolts, and a free hanging transmission. I never even questioned the price quoted, these guys just decided it was easier to keep my $1000, rather than come fix the mess they created for the $500 still owed upon completion. I just had the Jeep towed to a real mechanic who is trying to make sense of what they did and it's gonna be expensive. Do yourself a favor and take your vehicle to a shop, this was a nightmare. So now on top of the towing, damaged parts, and hastle, I'll also have to go to court to recoup my losses above the $1500 we originally agreed to, at least my employer provides free legal services.|