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BMW M5 Wins World Performance Car Award

Posted 12/3/18

The BMW M5 is a beautiful car. You don’t have to be a BMW technician to know it. If you ever happen to lay your eyes on one, we swear it will be love at first sight. In fact, we’ve recently promised to donate every...

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Porsche 919 Hybrid Sets New World Record

Posted 11/26/18

It’s safe to say the car mechanics at our repair shop in Cincinnati live and breathe Porsches. They love driving them, fixing them, and of course nerding out on them. They follow Porsche news like a soap opera fix. They not only know which model...

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Study Declares Mercedes the Most Valuable Car in the World

Posted 11/19/18

You don’t need to be a Mercedes mechanic to know that Mercedes are valuable cars. They are reliable, have a reputation for great quality and are built to last. And in addition to making valuable cars, the brand itself has also become very valuable. In...

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Audi Close to Spending $3B on Dieselgate Scandal

Posted 11/5/18

Talk about an expensive car fine. After paying nearly $2.47 billion in provisions to settle its Dieselgate scandal, Audi is ready to put the whole mess behind them. At that rate, our Audi technicians are glad they repair Audis and don’t make them. Yikes! Sure,...

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BMW Driver’s Nightmare: Jammed Gas Pedal in a Runaway Car

Posted 10/29/18

It’s a driver’s worst nightmare. Driving a BMW with the gas pedal stuck, at speeds of 90 mph, nothing from the BMW brakes, and a frantic conversation with 911 that goes on for 40 agonizing miles. That was exactly what happened to Florida motorist Joseph...

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Finding a Trusted Auto Repair Shop in Cincinnati

How do you find an auto repair shop you can trust in Cincinnati? Start within your social network. Talk to friends, coworkers, family about their own experiences. This way, you can separate out the bad players and save yourself some grief in the process. Next, run any potential company against the Better Business Bureau. If they’ve had shady business practices, there will be evidence. Next, visit the shop you are considering and take a look at their facilities. Does it look clean, attractive and professional? Are they polite? What is their customer service like? And finally, give the mechanic a try on some simple repairs. Do they explain the work? Will they provide you a written estimate and only complete work you agree to?