Have you ever wondered if your mechanic is taking advantage of you? Do you ever get the suspicion that you’re paying too much for your auto repairs? If you ever have these thoughts, you’re not alone!
Here are some repairs that you are most likely overcharged for:
- Engine work
- Drive belts
- Electronic systems like; steering, brakes, and accident-avoidance systems.
We all know that fixing cars or bikes is not an easy task, as we would be doing if it was!
However, being overcharged by your mechanic is not acceptable.
There are standard prices for most mechanical work as per the garage’s standards.
Having a price range depending on the type/make and model of the car. This further decides the range if not the total price of the service preventing hidden charges and costs that raise the end price of the desired service and we all know what that means, NO OVERCHARGING!
Here are some pro-tips on how you can avoid being overcharged by your mechanic:
- Always check for a price range on paper: Don’t shy away from asking for the approximate price range chart from your mechanic, this will give you an idea of what your total cost will look like.
- Product Check: Always ask for the original part of your vehicle to ensure smooth running and the prices are worth it. You never know what’s under your hood!
- A detailed bill: Don’t leave without it! Always ask for a bill break down to see exactly where you’ve spent your money’s worth!
Follow these simple tips to find out if your mechanic has been overcharging you or to prevent being overcharged in the future!