One fine evening you are going down the road on a long drive listening to your favorite music. And suddenly the red light starts blinking warning you to check your engine. Next thing you do is take your car to a mechanic where he tells you that a certain part needs to be replaced. And, after some checking, he figures out couple more fixtures to be done to your car. This is where you agree to replace every required part just to be on the safe side. But, does your car actually need the replacements of those parts? Or did the mechanic just fool you and rip you off? Truth is you don’t know the answer. This is where you need to choose a good and trustworthy mechanic in the first place. We have collected some useful information from professionals just for you. Check it out below.
Know your vehicle
Most of us , sometimes or the other, have experienced that when you visit the mechanic he starts spurting out some technical terms like – a belt needs to be replaced or a certain part of the engine needs to be checked out. And you just stand there and nod like you understand everything that your mechanic is telling you. But in reality, you don’t understand a single word. And this adds up to the part that you end up repairing every part your mechanic tells you. So to avoid yourself from this embarrassment you need to know your vehicle. You need to know its anatomy and how it works. The best way to know how your vehicle works is to watch couple of YouTube videos.
So, now that you have checked the anatomy and working of your vehicle it’s time for you to go one step further. Now you need to check the prices of repairing a particular part of your car. But, then how will you find out the best deal? Every mechanic’s price differs from the other ones and it can be tough to find out the best deal in this jumbled up market. This is where Google will come in handy. Search for the repair that your car needs along with the model and year of the car. There are bunch of forums out there where you will find the best deal and you can save a lot of money.
People you know from work, neighborhood are the most preferable connections you should first check with. Go and ask these people about the mechanic they last visited and whether he is good enough and trustworthy. This will make your day way easier than just running down to every mechanic’s shop. Ask you colleagues about the prices that mechanic charges and if it’s worthy and affordable. Also, asking these people has one more advantage, being your friend they will give you honest answers rather than the fake, sugar coated answers the mechanics give for advertising and attracting the customers.
Finding a perfect mechanic that will work for you is a difficult task but once you find a good mechanic then you are in a big money saving mode.
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- Contributed by Harshal Pawar