Have you ever had your car break down and you didn't know what you were going to do? Or maybe it started acting funny and you couldn't figure out what the problem was? Well, that is when an auto repair is in order. We have a dealership, where we bought our vehicle, that we take our car to every year to make sure things are running smoothly and we don't have any major problems. If you are in need of some info on a car repair, make sure to click here. But for us, we like our own personal repairman. And believe me, ours is the best. Sure there are sometimes little errors or mistakes, like the time the vehicle was up on the ramp and something swung over clipping the bumper. Yes it left a dent but they had it fixed up fine and dandy by the time we got there to pick it up that evening. They actually took off the whole piece by the tire and did body work on it! And then they finished up by touching up the paint job in that area. Sure it was their fault it happened but they went above and beyond in taking care of the problem.
Just recently our other vehicle started making a clicking noise when you turn on the heat or air conditioning. It is a very loud noise and it does it whether the air is off or on. It is really wacky and kind of annoying in all honesty. Eventually if you leave it and let it click it will stop, but you have to sit through probably 10 minutes of it doing this. And it sounds like it is coming from right there next to the driver. We have taken it in and they looked at it saying it is nothing that can cause a problem, just something rubbing when the fan is blowing. Sure hope so:) Wouldn't want a breakdown and it turns out to be something else.
Anyways, it is best to have a repair place that you trust. I know sometimes a breakdown happens and you have to go to a person you don't know. Had to do that plenty of times. But I always go back where I trust my repairman:)
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