How do you know if an auto service quote is a fair price?
Most people have no idea how much car maintenance should cost so how do you know if a quote is fair or not?
I would recommend go to online forums and gather up thoughts from those who know a lot about cars and repair.
They can also let you know if a job can be done yourself and save even more.
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