Church Street Exxon

  • 4.9 of 5 stars
5 reviews

300 N CHURCH ST, Hendersonville, NC 28739, us

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They are always honest
5.0/5
They are competent
5.0/5
Their repair price is reasonable
5.0/5
They complete the work in a timely manner
4.7/5
They respond well when they screw something up
4.7/5
They take the time to explain the problems and necessary repairs
5.0/5
They treat male and female customers in the same manner
5.0/5
They are always honest
5.0/5
I would use this mechanic again
N/A
I would recommend this mechanic to others
N/A
They fix the problem the first time
4.3/5
The shop is located in a safe neighborhood
4.7/5
The hours of operation are convenient for customers
5.0/5
They are near public transportation (or provide loaners, shuttle bus, rides as needed)
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Feb 25, 2000
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Larry, at Church Street Exxon (Church Street and Third Avenue) in Hendersonville, NC, will have your car purring in no time, for a reasonable price (I somethimes wonder how this family busisness stays afloat, they are so cheap). They are honest beyond belief. Many is the time I have gone in, expecting I needed something that would cost just this side of the moon, and left the car with the caveat: "call me if it will cost more than $500.00." Then, a few hours later, Larry calls me to tell me, I assume, that the bill was $499.99, so they went ahead with the work. Instead, he cheerfully says something like, "It was just a (fill in the blank). It'll run you $26. You can come and get it anytime." If there was ever an opportunity for ripping off naive customers, I would be first in line. I found him when we first moved to Hendersonville years ago, and our trusty old Volvo needed new brakes. We got quotes ranging from $600 to $800, and were told we needed new rotors. He did the work for about $280, and there was never any problem with the brakes nor the rotors. We still have the car, and the brake job he did. I have never even wondered about the quality nor the honesty. I hope anyone in the area will go there. I must tell you, I waited until we moved to write this, because he is already so popular with the locals that I didn't want to share him and increase his business load until after we no longer needed him. We live in Germany now, so if you go there, it won't make us wait. And tell him Barb and David, in Germany, sent you. By the way, there is a bakery around the corner, on Main Street. Stop in and buy a box with three dozen freshly baked cookies for all the guys in the garage. It is a simple, inexpensive way of saying, "Thanks."
Feb 25, 2000
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Larry, at Church Street Exxon (Church Street and Third Avenue) in Hendersonville, NC, will have your car purring in no time, for a reasonable price (I somethimes wonder how this family busisness stays afloat, they are so cheap). They are honest beyond belief. Many is the time I have gone in, expecting I needed something that would cost just this side of the moon, and left the car with the caveat: "call me if it will cost more than $500.00." Then, a few hours later, Larry calls me to tell me, I assume, that the bill was $499.99, so they went ahead with the work. Instead, he cheerfully says something like, "It was just a (fill in the blank). It'll run you $26. You can come and get it anytime." If there was ever an opportunity for ripping off naive customers, I would be first in line. I found him when we first moved to Hendersonville years ago, and our trusty old Volvo needed new brakes. We got quotes ranging from $600 to $800, and were told we needed new rotors. He did the work for about $280, and there was never any problem with the brakes nor the rotors. We still have the car, and the brake job he did. I have never even wondered about the quality nor the honesty. I hope anyone in the area will go there. I must tell you, I waited until we moved to write this, because he is already so popular with the locals that I didn't want to share him and increase his business load until after we no longer needed him. We live in Germany now, so if you go there, it won't make us wait. And tell him Barb and David, in Germany, sent you. By the way, there is a bakery around the corner, on Main Street. Stop in and buy a box with three dozen freshly baked cookies for all the guys in the garage. It is a simple, inexpensive way of saying, "Thanks."
Feb 25, 2000
Larry, at Church Street Exxon (Church Street and Third Avenue) in Hendersonville, NC, will have your car purring in no time, for a reasonable price (I somethimes wonder how this family busisness stays afloat, they are so cheap). They are honest beyond belief. Many is the time I have gone in, expecting I needed something that would cost just this side of the moon, and left the car with the caveat: "call me if it will cost more than $500.00." Then, a few hours later, Larry calls me to tell me, I assume, that the bill was $499.99, so they went ahead with the work. Instead, he cheerfully says something like, "It was just a (fill in the blank). It'll run you $26. You can come and get it anytime." If there was ever an opportunity for ripping off naive customers, I would be first in line. I found him when we first moved to Hendersonville years ago, and our trusty old Volvo needed new brakes. We got quotes ranging from $600 to $800, and were told we needed new rotors. He did the work for about $280, and there was never any problem with the brakes nor the rotors. We still have the car, and the brake job he did. I have never even wondered about the quality nor the honesty. I hope anyone in the area will go there. I must tell you, I waited until we moved to write this, because he is already so popular with the locals that I didn't want to share him and increase his business load until after we no longer needed him. We live in Germany now, so if you go there, it won't make us wait. And tell him Barb and David, in Germany, sent you. By the way, there is a bakery around the corner, on Main Street. Stop in and buy a box with three dozen freshly baked cookies for all the guys in the garage. It is a simple, inexpensive way of saying, "Thanks."
Feb 25, 2000
Larry, at Church Street Exxon (Church Street and Third Avenue) in Hendersonville, NC, will have your car purring in no time, for a reasonable price (I somethimes wonder how this family busisness stays afloat, they are so cheap). They are honest beyond belief. Many is the time I have gone in, expecting I needed something that would cost just this side of the moon, and left the car with the caveat: "call me if it will cost more than $500.00." Then, a few hours later, Larry calls me to tell me, I assume, that the bill was $499.99, so they went ahead with the work. Instead, he cheerfully says something like, "It was just a (fill in the blank). It'll run you $26. You can come and get it anytime." If there was ever an opportunity for ripping off naive customers, I would be first in line. I found him when we first moved to Hendersonville years ago, and our trusty old Volvo needed new brakes. We got quotes ranging from $600 to $800, and were told we needed new rotors. He did the work for about $280, and there was never any problem with the brakes nor the rotors. We still have the car, and the brake job he did. I have never even wondered about the quality nor the honesty. I hope anyone in the area will go there. I must tell you, I waited until we moved to write this, because he is already so popular with the locals that I didn't want to share him and increase his business load until after we no longer needed him. We live in Germany now, so if you go there, it won't make us wait. And tell him Barb and David, in Germany, sent you. By the way, there is a bakery around the corner, on Main Street. Stop in and buy a box with three dozen freshly baked cookies for all the guys in the garage. It is a simple, inexpensive way of saying, "Thanks."
Feb 28, 2005
I have known the Laughters for many years and they have worked on all my vehicles, my kids vehicles, my friends vehicles and the only times I have ever been disappointed was when they tried a less costly fix to try and save me money and it didn't work...they always try less expensive fixes if they think it may work...sometimes it doesn't, but they tried. They are as honest as you can get. I have had many times when they could have fleeced me when I thought something major was wrong and told them so, only to pick my car up (expecting to need a second mortgage on my house) only to be told it was a 50 cent washer or just needed some tweeking. They are good neighbors, good retailers, good friends. Pay more someplace else or get a good honest job done by good honest people.

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