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Find a Reliable Car Mechanic

Localization is key to finding a good mechanic. For instance, if you’re looking for a Delaware, Ohio mechanic, your first course of action should be to speak to friends and family members directly around the Delaware area, particularly those with some knowledge of auto maintenance and repair. Try to find a personal recommendation, and don’t simply ask who someone uses, ask why they use them as well. Find out about specific experiences that they’ve had with the mechanic.

You can also use the Internet to improve your chances of finding someone reliable. Type a phrase like “Delaware, Ohio mechanic” into Google or an auto repair guide site. Look for personal reviews of the different mechanics in your area to compare price and reliability. Again, you want to focus on personal experience, not general reviews. You ideally want to find out how a mechanic deals with tough situations, and see how the business reacts when a mechanic makes a mistake. Recognize that it’s nearly impossible for working mechanics to avoid a negative review or two, but if a particular auto mechanic has an overall poor rating, steer clear.

Talking to your auto mechanic is important. Even if you know nothing about cars, it’s easy to figure out whether a certain shop knows their business – they should be able to clearly explain what’s wrong with your car (or if nothing’s wrong with it, how and why you can keep it maintained). You should never feel like you’re in the dark.