Best Auto Repair Las Vegas

The last thing our clients want to do following an accident is spending countless hours trying to find the best auto repair in Las Vegas, NV. Aside from the fact that you’ve just experienced what is possibly the most stressful thing you’ve gone through in years, your stress is now compiled with the fear of sending your car off to an either A.) dishonest mechanic, or B.) inexperienced mechanic. In either event, it is not something we want our clients to feel burdened by. We are going to provide you with our preferred list at the end of this post, but before we do so, we’re going to go over a few other ways that you can find a mechanic that best suits your automobile repair needs.

If you’ve been injured in an accident, you’ve probably already heard from the insurance company, and perhaps they’ve even given you a list of “preferred” auto mechanics nearby. However, it is important to notate that this list is more of a recommendation than it is a demand. You are free to choose whichever mechanic you’d like to work with. That being said, there are various ways you can search for a good mechanic in Las Vegas, NV. The best, and quite possibly most reliable way to find one is simply by asking your friends and family. If you’re reading this article, chances are you’ve probably already done that and are looking for additional votes of confidence in your decision-making efforts.

Our Recommended Providers. Best Auto Repair Las Vegas:

Having worked as a Las Vegas personal injury lawyer for well over 30 years, I’ve been able to filter through the good vs. the bad, the honest vs. the dishonest. Once you have done your research, compare it to our list below. Use your best judgment in selecting your preferred mechanic and do not be coerced into selecting one simply based on the insurance company’s list. After all, this is your vehicle–you drive it every day, you’ve spent a lot of your hard-earned money on it. You want to ensure the best auto care possible. Below is a list of auto body shops that our clients have worked with and have received satisfactory results:

Henderson Auto Repair
Sudden Impact Auto

Sudden Impact has been in business for over 35 years and they’ve managed to maintain an almost perfect customer review base. Located in East Henderson, they’re the perfect option for those who are wanting to get back on the road as quickly as possible. We have had numerous clients use this auto body shop and we have never heard a single derogatory working experience. Interview this mechanic by calling (702) 457-3002

Las Vegas Auto Repair
Las Vegas Exotic Auto Repair

Las Vegas Exotic offers superior client service and employ some of the most knowledgeable mechanics in Las Vegas, NV. Although their name indicates they solely work on exotic cars, they work on cars of every price range, year, make, and model. With an average customer review of 4.5/5 stars, they’re honest, reliable, and professional. Contact them at (702) 998-0998.

Summerlin Auto Repair
Ultimate Collision Repair Center (UCRC)

When you think about an auto body repair shop, you probably think of a dirty waiting room with oil stained floors, right? Not here. Their office is as impressive as their repair work, and that is saying a lot. UCRC has every credential and certification we look for when referring a client out. They are fast, knowledgeable, and experienced. Located in Summerlin, you can contact them at (702) 550-6699

North Las Vegas Auto Repair
Caliber Collision

All of their work is guaranteed and performed by certified mechanics. They pride themselves on being a family-friendly repair shop with the ability to fix any dent, ding, or defect in as little time as possible. They are located off of the I-15 and Losee and have been helping residents of Las Vegas since 2011. Give them a call at (702) 386-9119 for immediate help.

Finding the best auto repair Las Vegas, NV has to offer.

1.) Search for a Good Mechanic Online
CarTalk is a great resource to look for a mechanic recommendation or to find reviews on a mechanic you are researching. It is an online community that features reviews of well-over 30,000 mechanics. Become a detective: read through the reviews, ask your own questions. Pay close attention to the negative comments and feedback.

2.) Browse through the AAA-Approved Auto Repair Network
Even if you don’t have AAA, choosing a shop from their Approved Auto Repair Network can be a great resource for mechanic vetting. To provide their online audience with uniformity, all participating auto shops must offer 12 month/12,000 mile warranties on all auto repairs, alongside requiring various Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certifications and pass various AAA auto body inspections on an annual basis. Which leads us to #4…

3.) Research ASE and Manufacturer-Certified Shops
Mechanics who are certified by National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), are certified both as a mechanic and as a specialist on each manufacturer of the particular make of car that they work on. So, for instance, if you drive, say, a 2015 BMW X5, you can browse by the year, make, and model of your vehicle and find a certified auto shop nearby for your particular vehicle. That certification alone is a pretty great indicator that the mechanic you are researching knows what they are doing.

Interview your prospective Las Vegas auto repair shop.

Once you’ve decided on your mechanic and / or auto body repair shop, you’ll want to ask a few questions to determine whether or not they are a good fit for your wants and needs. Ask questions like:

– How many years of experience do you have? Where can I find your client reviews?
– Is their work guaranteed? Do they offer any type of warranty?
– Is all of their equipment ASE-certified? What type of certifications do their technicians have?
– Are their parts new, used, OEM, or after-market?
– Can you provide them with your own parts?
– Have they worked on your year, make, and model before?
– Do they provide loaner cars or a free shuttle while your car is being worked on?
– How long will your repairs take?
– Will they work directly with your insurance company?


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