The CEO, Martin Conlon, states the auto repair industry is unregulated and the consumer on many occasions is misinformed by the service repair industry. Confusing “shop talk” has resulted in the motorist paying for overpriced service and maintenance on their automobiles and in some cases being charged for unnecessary repairs.
Conlon says, “Call Mechanic-on-Duty. We’ll translate the ‘shop talk’ into understandable language. We will help you understand what repairs are necessary and at what cost. We will determine if your vehicle is at the appropriate repair shop. Once your vehicle is at the appropriate shop, we will help negotiate the price. Our primary purpose is to help you save money whenever a repair issue arises.”
Mechanic-on-Duty, LLC. is an effective resource and our commitment is to serve the interest of the motorist only.
In a recent expose on the auto repair industry, Susan Koeppen from the CBS early show could have used the services of Mechanic-on-Duty. Koeppen wanted to know, “Is your mechanic taking you for a ride?”
The investigator provided auto repair shops and mechanics with similar vehicles that needed their front brakes replaced. The average price this repair is a $180. She received more estimates with inflated parts and prices then she did with standard pricing.
An auto repair specialist confirms, “There’s work being done that doesn’t need to be done, and people are getting overcharged for the work that does need to be done.”
If Susan Koeppen had a Mechanic-on-Duty membership, she wouldn’t have had to drive cross-country for the fairest price and highest quality…. All it takes is one phone call to your very own, Mechanic-on-Duty!