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  • 5 out of 5 stars 1 Review
  • 9540 E 22ND, Tucson, AZ 85748, us
  • Marty Martinson -GOOGLE REVIEW reviewed 4 months ago I've know Jerry for year's, from way back when he was at Kolb store. Jerry is one of a very, very few people who I would let look at any of my vehicles. You can always rest assured that with Jerry and his crew, you will be well taken care of. They do tell it like it is, and although it might sometimes take a few minutes more, you know that the job will be done right, the first time, double-checked, and your vehicle will be safe to take on to the streets when they hand the vehicle back to you. They don't come up with phony repair scams, if your vehicle needs work, and it's obvious upon inspection, they are happy to physically show you what the issue is, including driveability options. If it's a safety issue, you bet I would want to know about it, regardless if I was just asking for an oil change. • • •

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