Emsworth >Lifetime Autoworks
Honest and trustworthy! Like having family in the business!.
I hate to be stereotypical, but being female, I am not very versed in the world of cars. I was sent to Lifetime by a friend's referral. My car was running very badly and I had feared the worst. I went to a dealership and was told my Catalytic converter was bad. They said they needed the car for a few days to "diagnose" more.
I took the car straight to Lifetime Autoworks and do you know what they found? A broken spark plug! They had my car fixed and ready to go in an hour. They even explained to me what a catalytic converter was and tested it in front of me. They then told me how to maintain my vehicle to keep it running and to help avoid costly repairs.
These guys really went out of their way to be nice, like family. Thanks so much for saving me a crap load of money! See you at my next oil change!
Stay Away From This Place.
I am not a mechanic. If I was, I would have known I was being taken advantage of. The owner of Lifetime Autoworks told me that I needed a major tune up, and a new fuel filter. He also claimed I needed a new battery, and an additional $800.00 in other repairs. All I really needed was the fuel filter. I found this out later, after I told another mechanic about the trouble I had with my car. The other mechanic at Master Mechanic in Niagara Falls, ON, said I did not need the additional repairs the owner of Lifetime Autoworks said I needed.
The mechanic as Master Mechanic said, I did not need a major tune up, just a new fuel filter. The spark plugs they used for the tune up were platinum plugs, at $8.00 each. The mechanic I was talking to said that the spark plugs they put in were made for high performance cars, not my 1999 Ford Taurus. I had to go to the place in Niagara Falls because the real problem I had was the fuel pump. When I was ready to drive back to the U.S. I could not get started.
My best advice is, stay away from Lifetime Autoworks. I feel like I have been royally screwed, and taken advantage of. I am on a very limited income. I could barely afford the $550.00 they charged me. However, I do need my car. I can not walk to where I need to go because I have foot, knee and hip problems. I hope you will strongly consider what I have said here before going to Lifetime Autoworks.
L. Frank Edder
In the end, I ended up with a bill of $550.00.
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