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Tung at YourMechanic

Tung

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(272 Reviews)
Experience
14 years

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$84.00
by Richard from Lithia Springs, GA 30122

Tung was awesome! He arrived during the designated time and did a thorough job checking out a car I was planning on buying. An example of this was his finding a rat's nest (literally!) under a hidden compartment beneath the spare tire well. Tung impressed me as a mechanic who was very knowledgeable and had an attention to detail. He was also very cordial and customer-oriented. Along with sharing his knowledge and observations in a way that was informative and easy to understand, he answered every question I had completely and to my satisfaction. During his inspection, Tung found a number of mechanical and body integrity issues that made it clear that this was not a car I wanted to own. Two of these issues involved previous major repairs (including an accident) that were not previously disclosed by the seller and did not appear on CarFax, but could (should?) have. I have no doubt that because of Tung's findings I saved a lot of money in repair costs, probably within the next few months.

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