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  • What is your labor rate?
    Our current labor rate for diagnostic and repair work is $100 per hour.
  • When is payment due?
    All fees are due upon completion of the repair or service. Note: A deposit may be required for certain components such as modules, computers, vin-specific parts, or parts costing over $1,000.
  • How can I pay?
    We accept the following forms of payment: 1. Cash 2. Check 3. Credit or Debit by clicking "pay now" at the top of our website 4. Zelle
  • Do you accept insurance?
    Yes. We work with all major car insurance companies. Although your insurance policy is what ultimately decides what is covered, we are happy to submit your estimate and work with your insurance company throughout the repair process. Please note, the customer is responsible for any amount not covered by insurance.
  • Can I supply my own parts?
    Yes. We can install your parts. Please keep in mind that there is no warranty of any kind when customer-supplied parts are used.
  • Do you offer a warranty?
    Yes. At minimum, our parts carry a 12 month/12,000 mile warranty and a lot of our parts offer a lifetime manufacturer warranty.
  • Are you insured?
    Yes. We are fully insured for mobile auto repair. Proof of insurance is available upon request.
  • Can you fix my car while I'm at work?
    Yes. We are happy to repair or service your vehicle anywhere it is safe to do so. Please obtain permission from your employer prior to booking with us. See Paragraph 6 of our terms and conditions
  • Do you offer State Inspections & Emissions tests?
    Not at this time. Unfortunately, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation does not allow inspections to take place in a mobile setting. Despite our technicians holding both State Safety Inspection and Emissions Licenses, we cannot issue stickers. This is because in Pennsylvania, in order to issue a State Safety Inspection or Emissions sticker you need two things: 1) A state-licensed inspection mechanic to inspect the vehicle/ issue the sticker (our techs have these licenses) 2) An Inspection "station" in which to issue the sticker from. Any "brick and mortar" repair facility in the state can become a "station" after proving they own the tools necessary to perform the inspection. But until Pennsylvania allows mobile "stations" we cannot offer State Inspection or Emissions tests to our clients. If you think Pennsylvania Department of Transportation should allow inspections in a mobile setting, let them know by clicking here.
  • How far do you travel?
    45 mins from Bangor, pa in any direction
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