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A good way to find a quality mechanic is to ask friends and family members who they use. Odds are, if someone you know has had a problem with a mechanic they are not going to recommend them to you, too. Word of mouth is still a huge marketing tactic in the world of mechanics, so asking around is a good first step in finding a person who will work with you and take good care of your car. The best mechanics tend to have the most loyal customers. If you have a friend who has taken all of his cars to a specific mechanic for the last decade, you can probably be sure the shop is good at what they do. These mechanics are worth their weight in gold, so be sure to take these recommendations the most ser

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