The average Canadian will spend $800 per year on car maintenance. Some more, some less, but chances are you're going to walk into an auto repair shop for a tune-up or repair in the next few months.
If your trip to an auto shop is coming up sooner than later because you have pressing automotive needs, you have a question to answer—which auto repair company in Edmonton?
Sorting through auto shop options is a task that takes more effort than people budget for. After all, we've all heard the horror stories of mechanics misdiagnosing problems, charging exorbitant rates, and causing more harm than good.
To help you filter through your options, keep reading to take in key factors you should weigh every auto repair provider against.
We implore you to find out how experienced the companies you are considering are to ensure quality services.
At Dot Transmissions, we've been performing clutch repairs, working on a variety of high-performance parts, rebuilding all varieties of transmissions, and more since 1978. Our technicians are highly trained and keep up with industry standards to ensure the services provided are long-lasting.
Range of Services
Not all auto repair shops perform the same services. As a matter of fact, some specialize in basic things like oil changes on standard Canadian cars.
For those of you that have vehicles requiring specialized attention, or better yet, for those of you that are driving an imported vehicle, scrutinize your prospective auto shop.
We know from experience that it takes a professionally trained team to perform complex repairs across unique brands.
There's no auto shop in Edmonton or anywhere else that's going to tell you they're average. To figure out whether or not you're going to get the top quality service you're looking for, turn to customer testimonials or research through reviews on search engine sites.
Our team at Dot Transmissions is proud of the feedback we've received from our customers and our CAA-approved services. Any auto repair prospect that shies away from sharing their feedback or professional affiliations is best avoided.
Cost is important to everyone. That being said, it shouldn't be the primary factor you consider when mulling over your options.
A better way to frame your internal conversation is to think about "value." For us, that means combining cost and quality of service to determine if you're likely to walk away from your repair transaction feeling as though your money was well spent.
Value is something our team works every day to extend to our customers. It's also something you should never compromise on when seeking a service provider.
Let Us Be Your Partner in Solving Your Needs
Sorting through repair shop possibilities can be a headache. Stopping by and meeting our team at Dot Transmissions makes the process a lot easier, or call to get your questions answered.