Places to Get Your Car Repaired Corinth MS

Possibly the most attractive aspect of independent shops is the relationship owners build with their mechanics and service advisors. The atmosphere of small shops provides customers with a reassuring feeling because they know who will be working on their car and who they can go to with questions.

Fowler Transmission Service
(662) 287-2538
4660 County Road 200
Corinth, MS
 
Baker''s Tire Service
(662) 286-5045
508 S Tate St
Corinth, MS
Services
Car Washes, Car Detailing, Tire Shops

Corinth Auto Electric Service
(662) 286-8280
305 Highway 72 East
Corinth, MS
Services
Electrical Repair

Aslgraphics Llc
(662) 287-4822
116 N Fillmore St
Corinth, MS
Services
Auto Body

Auto Specialist Sales-Service & Repair
(662) 286-5215
713 Childs St
Corinth, MS
Services
Car Washes, Car Detailing, Tire Shops

Pennzoil Service Center & Carwash
(662) 287-5003
1804 Highway 72 E
Corinth, MS
Services
Oil Change and Lube

Napa Auto Parts
(662) 286-6631
105 Highway 72 E
Corinth, MS
Services
Auto Parts, Car Washes, Car Detailing

Bobos Auto Electric Service
(662) 286-8255
731 Highway 72 East
Corinth, MS
Services
Electrical Repair

Autozone
(662) 287-8026
1901 Highway 72 E
Corinth, MS
Services
Auto Parts

Morris Crum Tire Center
(662) 286-3826
3106 Highway 72 W
Corinth, MS
Services
Car Washes, Car Detailing, Tire Shops

Places to Get Your Car Repaired

Who Do You Turn to If Your Dealer Can't Fix a problem? By Brian Alexander, Content Editor

Sometimes, a car dealer isn't the best place to go for repairs . A common misconception is that a dealer is hands down the expert when it comes to make-specific service, and that they have complete access to the nearly unlimited resources and technical knowledge of the manufacturer.

In reality, car dealers aren't a direct extension of manufacturers - they are franchised points of sale that operate under their own management. As such, your dealer may have higher labor rates than local specialists, or less background knowledge of older, low-volume models.

Independent manufacturer-certified mechanics are the best alternative to dealer technicians. Manufacturers offer training courses to both dealer and independent mechanics, meaning any independent manufacturer-certified mechanic can be as knowledgeable as his dealer counterpart.
Some independent shops are owned by former dealer mechanics who have since broken off to start their own businesses. Many of these shops specialize in either specific makes or types of cars (for example, a Japanese specialty shop), and have excellent technical knowledge in their area of expertise.

"Just because a technician doesn't work for a dealer doesn't mean they aren't properly trained for a certain make. Many independent mechanics are former dealer employees, and are fully manufacturer-certified," says Tony Beal, a Service Representative with Euro Motorcars in San Francisco.

Many independent shops also hold Automotive Service Excellence credentials, which ensure that they are kept up to date with the latest repair advances and techniques. While A.S.E. practices tend to be less make-specific in their nature, mechanics with this certification are guaranteed to have an excellent working knowledge of automotive maintenance practices and technologies. Furthermore, knowledgeable, multiple-make shops are convenient for people who own more than one make of car.

Possibly the most attractive aspect of independent shops is the relationship owners build with their mechanics and service advisors. The atmosphere of small shops provides customers with a reassuring feeling because they know who will be working on their car and who they can go to with questions.

"Small shops provide a direct point of contact to customers. I know most of my customers by not only on a first name basis, but by car, model and year," assures Beal. "My customers benefit from scheduling flexibility, ease of contact and price breaks that they would not receive at a large dealer, in my opinion. Plus, my reputation is on the line. If I mess something up, they know exactly who to blame."

If you don't have the option of going to a dealer or prefer the increased level of interaction offered by smaller shops, manufacturer-certified mechanics are an excellent choice.

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