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Truman at YourMechanic


(11 Reviews)
17 years


by Lisa from Longmont, CO 80501

Truman was great! He was very professional and friendly! Had a great conversation with him while he replaced my rotors and the shoe pads for my front brakes. He explained everything that he was doing and even went the extra mile by inspecting the car to make sure there wasn't anything else that needed repairing and added an extra quart of oil to the engine as I was a quart low. He even brought 4 different sized rotors to make sure that we had the right size for my car and did not have to run to the auto part store incase he picked the wrong size for my car. Thank you Truman, you did an awesome job! I am very grateful that you helped me get my car back on the road! I will use this service again in the future and I will also recommend to my family and friends!

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