Williamson's Auto Center

  • 4.9 of 5 stars
6 reviews

3773 Whiskey Rd, Aiken, SC 29803, us

(803) 649-6101


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They are always honest
They are competent
Their repair price is reasonable
They complete the work in a timely manner
They respond well when they screw something up
They take the time to explain the problems and necessary repairs
They treat male and female customers in the same manner
They are always honest
I would use this mechanic again
I would recommend this mechanic to others
They fix the problem the first time
The shop is located in a safe neighborhood
The hours of operation are convenient for customers
They are near public transportation (or provide loaners, shuttle bus, rides as needed)
Jan 12, 1999
I have had several dealings with both Mr Williamson and his lead mechanic Ron, and they have had several chances to get to me and have always treated me honestly. I am a truck driver and gone alot, and my wife and daughters know if one of the cars break, no need to page me, just call a wrecker and take it to Williamson's. We had an 89 Dodge Colt that Ron had done a great job fixing oil leaks, and generally keeping it together. My daughter told me that the front brakes were "scraping". I looked at it and found the front wheel sl loose that it was about to fall off, literally. I called Ron and told him that I thought that the front bearing hub was probably shot and to see what he could do with a used one so it wouldn't hit me too hard. I wreckered it to him and he called me in about an hour and told me to come get it. The nut was just loose and all he had to do was tighten it. Talk about a nice fat chance to steal from someone, but he didn't. I've always been able to trust him and I can really recommend them.
Jan 23, 2004
Williamson's has worked on my Dad's, my brother's and my cars since I was in junior high (1982 or so). They have ALWAYS been straight and trustworthy, and will stand behind their work (i.e. they gave me a 1 year warranty on a Jeep transmission rebuild). They treat women with respect have been great to my wife and my mother as well. They have modern diagnostic equipment and can service just about any make. Mr. Williamson retired and his son Ronnie runs the shop now, but the shop's commitment to service has not changed. These folks are great.
Mar 02, 2005
When we moved to Aiken, we asked about mechanics and everyone recommended Williamson's. We have had both of our cars repaired there and have been extremely satisfied. As a woman I feel that they are not out to trick me into service I don't need. They make arrangements to pick up your car when you need it. They stand behind their work and even fix work messed up by other shops at a discount.They are honor to the profession of car mechanic
Oct 01, 2009
Williamson's is a truly class operation. I dropped my car off telling them what I thought might be a problem. They said they would call me with an estimate of what needed to be done, if anything. I specifically told them don't bother with an estimate, just fix whatever you find wrong. I got a call saying nothing needed to be done, everything was fine. Williamson's could have easily told me I needed this, this , and this, since I already had told them to fix whatever. They did not take advantage as many would have back in NY when given carte blanche. I would not hesitate to recommend them to anyone.
Jan 05, 2010
Jan 05, 2010
These Guys are real Car Guys. They know what to do and get to the problem without wasting time. They have the ability to handle any problem thrown at them. I believe if you want it done the first time and quickly, there are only a few other shops that could even carry their tool box. They are not a low ball shop if that is what you want; you will need to find someone else. If you want a pro to work on your car, these are the Guys. If you are looking for the cheapest price, go elsewhere. Keep it up. I have raced cars for over 20 years and believe I know a Car Guy when I meet one. I take my hat off to them!

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