Treated Me Like Family!
Price was great, service was excellent and the owners treated me like family. Highly recommended.I recently had a remote starter installed & have nothing but great things to say. The service was excellent and the starter is the quality product that I expected. Thank you to both Mike and David.
They are meticulously
"They are meticulously honest and take the uncertainty out of car repair. Montville Valero is a true asset to Montville"
To find an honest mechanic and auto repair shop that is consistently reliable, prompt and genuinely fair is by far a very difficult task. IÂve been a client for nearly 20 years now and would NEVER waiver to any other mechanic regardless the need. These folks communicate well and deliver on time and as quoted. Franconia Auto Repair has always taken great care of both our foreign and domestic cars. When I hear friends talk about their car troubles, I always recommend the Franconia Auto Repair with confidence. Life is good when you have people you can trust to do good work and treat you fairly! They are stuck with us forever! :)
Excellent selection of Hondas
You pay a dollar to go into the yard and you and you can pull exactly what you want. Bring it to the counter, pay for it and be on your way. No one hanging over your shoulder or bothering you. Prices are good also.
willing to serve....no appt necessary
On our way home from our perfect 25th anniversary get-a-way, my dependable car encountered a mechanical problem which led to our website location of T & D Automotive. We contacted several local service centers and none were willing to give immediate assistance. My husband contacted T & D and they said bring it in we will look at it. As soon as the tow truck unloaded our vehicle the technicians had the car on the lift and within 15 min they were able to diagnose the problem. The service was awesome, the technicians were excellent. We would highly recommend this service station. We were completely satisfied. We only would hope other businesses would follow their etiquette when a fellow...