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Peter at YourMechanic

Peter

Ratings
(23 Reviews)
Experience
19 years

SERVICE

Brake Pads

AMOUNT PAID

$140.00
by Ravi from West Chicago, IL 60185

I was very skeptical of this service but I gave it a try, and I am satisfied with it. My Mechanic, Peter, was absolutely professional and courteous every step of the way and he tookmy car for a ddrive to tell me specifically what is wrong and exactly where. I have tried a lot of Mechanic shops, never met a Mechanic as honest and trustworthy as Peter; I'd like the upper management to know of the excellence and experience of Peter so that he'll be recognized for his hardwork. 6 out of 5 stars! I forgot to mention he arrived right on schedule!

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West Chicago Nissan Service Rating

Average Rating

5/5

Number of Reviews

1

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Answered by Michael
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