SG Auto Repair
I own a 2001 Dodge Durango RT. I had several things done to it just last week: a tuneup, replaced front ball joints replaced, replaced sway bar bushings, fixed the cruise control, fixed the transmission handle the engine light issue replace all the shocks and replaced the front brakes. Before all these fixes driving, the car was a bit of a traipse in that it bounced and wobbled on any bump in the road, and I would wonder if I would make it to a destination more than 100 miles away. Now I know, and feel totally confident that I can make the trek the Yucatan Mexico. Not only is the distance in travel more than driving from the San Francisco Bay area to Tampa, Florida, but more than half of the track will be in a foreign country that is still rather Third World, and the proposition of a breakdown even scarier. Mexico does not have AAA. I then had a, what seemed like, insurmountable hurdle in getting a land rover range, rover smog. Well, he took care of that, too! Not only if I found a mechanic, I feel as though I have gained a friend who I know can handle any issue with any car that I have. And not only do I know that he is trustworthy but I have also seen people come and go, satisfied in his work, and trusting him from people who drive very nice and fancy cars to the neighbor down the street from me who I know is very low income. I feel as though you can trust him too.