Repair a Car

It's inevitable that your car will break down at some point and need repairs. When that happens, you should have a reliable mechanic ready to fix your vehicle and get you back on the road. However, you should not just select any random repair shop. Seek recommendations from family, friends and coworkers if possible. If not, compare reviews and reports about repair shops online. You want to avoid dishonest mechanics who might try to defraud you or perform substandard work. Request a written estimate before authorizing any repair work so that you have documentation to protect yourself. Tennessee's consumer protection law prohibits deceptive business practices by repair shops, so if you suspect that something is wrong, take action.