Great Bear Auto Repair & Auto Body Shop
About this pro
1. Owner operated 2. Family owned-Same family for 4 generations 3. If we touch it, we guarantee it! 4. Yes you can: a) See what repairs are needed b) Keep the old parts c) See your parts before/after repairs are done d) Understand what your car needs & why 5. If you are going to pay for it, we will educate you about it 6. Licensed and Certified Repair Shop 7. Body Shop is On-Site 8. Authorized to service and maintain new/used & pre-owned cars without voiding your warranty 9. Email reminders sent out 10. Computerized diagnostics 11. Hi-Tech equipment 12. Free Wi-Fi & Hot Coffee 13. Walk to shopping and restaurants 14. Across the street from the bus stop 15. Across the street from LIRR 16. 12 blocks from the Clearview Expy & LIE Expy 17. Free Monthly Auto Repair Workshops 18. Childrens play area in waiting room 19. Work with insurance companies 20. Accept most extended warranty 21. Minimum 1 year, 12,000 mile warranty parts and labor 22. Discounted car rentals What I like most about my job is that although its a job, it does not feel ike work. I have fun. Talking to people and installing confidence about their car makes me feel great. Educating people about maintaining their car to prolong the car's life and keeping it safer on the road feels amazing!
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- What types of customers have you worked with?Foreign and domestic auto repair is our speciality. All aspects of the car are what we do best. No job is too big or too small. I relate the car to a person. With that in mind, think.... we are like a hospital. We do major surgery and check-ups. My auto body shop is also on site. We work with fleets, insurance companies and the local community.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Auto repair has a reputation. Unfortunatly, its not the best one. When you are looking to have service on your car, check out the shop you want to go to, before you drive in. Ask your friends and neighbors who they trust and then look them up on the internet. When your at the shop, do a small service and stay. Ask questions! Lots of questions!! You will know right away if this is a shop you can trust. Trust your instincts.