Which Auto Repair Shop Do You Trust?

Join the discussion on Patch and help your neighbor with a review in our business directory.

When a new family moves into your neighborhood and they ask for your recommendations for stores, take-out places or professional services, what do you say?

Patch has an extensive directory of businesses and we would like all of our readers to benefit from the experience the way your very own neighbor would.

This week, we'd love to hear: Which auto repair shop do you trust with your car?

Click on the links below to post a review of your favorite repair shop:

148 Main Street, Kings Park

59 E. Main Street, Kings Park

189 Main Street, Kings Park

753 E. Main Street, Kings Park

365 E. Main Street, Kings Park

635 E. Main Street, Kings Park

kathie plant January 06, 2012 at 03:32 AM
Tek Automotive is tops! We have serviced all our cars there, and they are competent, honest and fair!
jackie cicchetti January 06, 2012 at 11:47 AM
Jackie Kane San Remo Auto repair is the best!
denise January 06, 2012 at 11:56 AM
I travel to North Country Rd., St. James to a garage called Pennys.It is owned by a fellow Kings Parker--Brian.(He also employes KP'rs==Bobby.) As a single woman, I needed someone to have my back. They are EXCELLENT,reliable and heaven sent angels. THANK YOU PENNY's!!
Marc Goldstein January 06, 2012 at 12:32 PM
I use Gaio's because of their customer service. I once broke down on Exit 3 of the N.J. Turnpike and Angelo and Vinny sent a tow truck to pick my car and myself up. I have 5 cars in the family and all of my repairs have been reasonably priced and the work done correctly.
Alan Wiedre January 07, 2012 at 02:46 AM
Go to Eddies Service Station, across from the new CVS on 25A!


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