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  • Knight's Service Center

  • 2 out of 5 stars 1 Review
  • 6575 Tidewater Drive, Norfolk, VA 23509, us
  • (757) 853-6060
  • I've been using these guys for years and they've always been honest and fair. They are not flashy but they are extremely well versed at whatever I've asked them to do. Example- Ford Windstar years ago after going to Ford and another independent mechanic, paying all the way, they took a look and said the problem was covered under a factory recall...took no money -sent me to Ford dealer with the ammunition to get job done for free. Another time- Honda accord- Estimated ac repair work at Around $1800- came back at $700+ and said problem was not as bad as they had estimated (after being approved for the $1800. New Hyundai-Dealer has list of problems...Knights reviewed and refuted 1/2 of them in clear language and saved me a good $400. These guys are as good as Gold.

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They are always honest (3.00)Wrenchs
They are competent (1.00)Wrenchs
Their repair price is reasonable (3.00)Wrenchs
They complete the work in a timely manner (2.00)Wrenchs
They respond well when they screw something up (N/A)
They take the time to explain the problems and necessary repairs (1.00)Wrenchs
They treat male and female customers in the same manner (N/A)
I would use this mechanic again (N/A)
I would recommend this mechanic to others (1.00)Wrenchs

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They fix the problem the first time (N/A)
The shop is located in a safe neighborhood (4.00)Wrenchs
The hours of operation are convenient for customers (3.00)Wrenchs
They are near public transportation (or provide loaners, shuttle bus, rides as needed) (2.00)Wrenchs
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