Given a choice between root canal work and getting auto repairs, the average LA driver could be forgiven for tossing a coin to decide which is more expensive and more painful. Actually, the real difference is that at least you get an anesthetic with root canal work.
Not car repairs, which can be staggeringly slow, and truly inconvenient. There is nothing like being car-less in LA. Life stops. Some motorists say it’s like becoming a medieval monk, but they’re probably only trying to cheer people up. You need to basically change your lifestyle while your car’s in the shop. Your budget usually wishes it had that anesthetic, too.
Now the good news – Somebody has finally realized that LA drivers need their cars ASAP. Yes, it’s actually happened. Someone has really, truly, come up with a same day turnaround for auto repairs.
The company is called Accurate Automotive Services, and they do all kinds of auto repair work at Thousand Oaks, off Route 101, about 20 minutes from Beverly Hills.
They do it all including Japanese auto repair at Thousand Oaks, including popular brands like Lexus, Acura, Honda and Toyota. Services include auto diagnostics, tire service and alignments, air conditioning, transmission service and, well, everything else, too.
This really isn’t your average auto service. This is quality service, and they can prove it. They’re rated A+ by the Better Business Bureau, and they offer a standard 12 months or 12,000 miles warranty.
All you need to do is go to Thousand Oaks for auto engine repairs or whatever you need done. They say that the vast majority of jobs are same day, which is a good indicator of exceptional service by any yardstick. They’re open from 8AM to 5PM during the week and on Saturdays by appointment.
Another point that needs making – They use authentic parts. That’s good news, too, if you’re more used to the usual El Cheapo “let’s see if it works in your car” standard of pseudo-service. For more information, see their website here at www.accurateautomotiveservices.com. You’ll be glad you checked it out.