Whoever wins this contest is likely to get all future work for this client directly.
• 4 x 6
• Please don't forget to include a 1/8th of an inch bleed outside those dimensions and crop marks• This is a two sided flyer
ACCEPTABLE TEXT TO CHOOSE FROM #1:
INCLUDE ONE OR MORE OF THESE:
• Does your car estimate seem unusually high?
It probably is.
• Make sure your Mechanic is honest!
• How do I know if I'm being told the truth?
Am I paying for unnecessary work?
Is this shop reputable?
• How do you know what is needed versus what you are being sold?
• Often, through error, ignorance or maliciousness, service facilities may charge extra for items that should be included in what they are quoting. They may ask you to pay for services that sound necessary but really are not. Some may even overcharge for the legitimate services they perform. Would you know? More importantly, would it bother you because you didn’t know?
ALSO INCLUDE ONE OR MORE OF THESE #2:
• The professionals at Fair Repair will look over your auto repair quote and make sure that the recommended services, parts and estimated times are honest and accurate. We’ll negotiate with your repair shop to ensure you are only paying for what you need, allowing no room to be taken advantage of.
•We at Fair Repair understand that the automotive repair industry often preys on an unwitting customer. Some of our consultants have more than 30 years experience each in the business.
• Anytime before you approve any service work on your vehicle, phone us---we do the rest. We thoroughly examine each estimate for errors, omissions, and over-zealous sales techniques. We contact the repair facility to clarify each estimate then phone you to give our opinion on what you should have done and what you should not.
• Fair Repair has grown out of the simple idea that people shouldn’t be exploited. Automobiles are specialized machines of which very few people have a good understanding. It takes many years of experience along with consistent training and updating for even the top mechanics to keep pace. Naturally, vehicle owners aren’t privy to this knowledge. They shouldn’t have to be, as that is what a trustworthy mechanic is for. It is too bad, that not all are trustworthy. Shops know that their customers are usually largely uninformed and some take advantage of that.