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Looking For a New Perry Hall Full Service Garage

Firestone Perry Hall must have enough business.

Apparently Firestone has enough business. I stopped by for an oil change and was turned away.  They're only doing tires today.Firestone must be doing well and not need my business. Anyone know of a fulll service garage in Perry hall that is looking for a new customer?

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Tim November 24, 2012 at 11:23 AM
I would suggest Jim's, but they too are constantly swamped with business. Who can't do an oil change though? We usually hit the Jiffy lube near Perring Parkway and walk across the street to Bagel Bistro for breakfast while its being done.
Harvey Blessing November 24, 2012 at 03:50 PM
G&M Automotive Services is the best. They are a bit further north, in Kingsville. It is well worth the drive to have your car serviced by folks you can trust.
Jae November 24, 2012 at 07:19 PM
There is no one I know who is more reliable, fair and trustworthy than Foltz Automotive located at 9700 Belair Rd. You never have to worry or second guess your decision to have your repairs made here. I have always made appointments for regular service.
Grace B. November 25, 2012 at 02:08 AM
We've done something we said we would never do, and have started to go to our dealership for oil changes and repairs. For many years, we patronized a very "popular" establishment on Belair Rd, in the heart of Perry Hall. The work wasn't always perfect, but the prices were good. Well, the last time we had an oil change, we got home and found the oil all over our driveway the next morning. And, we took one of our vehicles there for brake work last year, and the brakes failed as my husband headed home...luckily no one was around and he was able to get the car stopped. It's good to see some alternate recommendations posted here.
Homer November 26, 2012 at 12:18 PM
Schultz's is fantastic and does great work - and because of this they are very busy
VWK November 26, 2012 at 04:09 PM
I also recommend Schultz's, near the corner of Belair and Chapel Roads. They do great work and are VERY honest. They've had many opoportunities to do work on my car that wasn't needed but they didn't. I wouldn't take my car anywhere else.
Homer November 26, 2012 at 04:49 PM
Deale's' service writers and mechanics search for things to fix and sell you. Jerry's Toyota tried to sell my girl a new battery - after I had it checked at Auto Zone where I bought it - it was good and still under warranty - they get a % of the parts and labor they write up - be very leary
Cheese Cracker November 26, 2012 at 05:30 PM
I went into "Firestone “with the intent of supporting a local business. I needed two rotors turned down, that I had already removed from the vehicle. The price I was given was $85.00. No thank you, I will never go back……..first impressions are lasting impressions.[I wasn’t looking for a favor, just a reasonable price]
Tim November 26, 2012 at 07:44 PM
LOL, 85 bucks to turn two rotors? what the hell???

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