That’s always been my experience too. They usually have one or two mechanics there that can actually fix something and troubleshoot, and the rest are what I call ‘techs’ that are there for a pay check.). I told him I was tired of being part of a team where 5 of us could fix cars,
There's some insight into dealership operations. I was there decades ago. Not much has changed.
It depends. Oil changes and other fluid changes are usually more expensive. When my Toyota Tacoma needed a valve clearance check, the Toyota dealership was actually 50% cheaper than local mechanics. I think it is best to shop around and include the dealership.I've always avoided the dealership and I don't know why. Can someone please tell me why we don't just use the dealership for repairs?
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