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shop and in return the shop can help you in identifying needed small repairs that can help to prevent larger repairs or major damage to your vehicle. Another helpful site is the National Institute for Automotive Excellence (ASE) they offer a wide variety of information and resources including materials on selecting repair facilities. The number one piece of advice offered by ASE is to try out shops in your area on small repairs and routine maintenance, this will allow you to get a feel for the quality of work and ethics of the shop. ASE also suggests talking to the technicians about the work that needs to be performed and to not be afraid to ask them to explain it in a way that you can fully understand. This can help you get a feel for attention to detail, if the technician is willing to take their time to make sure you understand chances are they are going to put in the same effort into fixing your vehicle. Websites such as Yelp can offer reviews of the repair shops but should be taken fairly lightly because while most reviews can be very helpful and allow you to see how customers have felt, they are not verified and always portray the truth. Visiting your local shops and dealerships is one of the best ways to help you decide which one you feel confident in bringing your vehicle to. Looking at a shop can give you a variety of information before you even talk to anybody. Is the shop Clean? Is it organized? Is it busy? There is a lot to learn from these questions. Organization and cleanliness can give you a
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