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PHILADELPHIA, PA, February 14, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Are you having any vehicle issues that require maintenance? The feeling of uncertainty about which auto repair mechanic to use is very common. The following points, brought to you by Delta Auto Protect, will assist you in making the right decision.
Verify that any prospective mechanic has earned an A.S.E. certification. If a mechanic has this certification, then you will know that they have taken a specialized test and that they have a minimum of two years experience. This allows you to know that a qualified automotive mechanic will be working on your car.
Make sure you replace old parts with OEM parts. OEM parts means that part was produced by the manufacturer specifically for your make and model of vehicle. Generic parts may be cheaper, but the quality may not be the same as OEM parts. Though you may think you are getting a deal with generic parts, in the long run, you might end up paying more than you would have if you had gotten OEM parts.
Prior to having your car repaired, ask how much you will have to pay. If you are not sure about anything, be sure to ask for clarification. You do not want to be surprised with a higher charge than you were expecting.
Prior to paying for any repairs you have had done, you should take your car on a drive to figure out if it the problem was really fixed. If you do not do this, you may still have an issue after you get it home.
Record each repair that you have done on your car. Should your vehicle encounter other problems down the line, it will helpful for the auto technician to see past records. Without them, you may end up paying for more diagnostic tests, and it will be more difficult to learn where the issue is stemming from.
Since inception, Delta Auto Protect has been servicing Vehicle Owners with dedicated quality care and providing comprehensive coverage to all drivers nationwide. Since the beginning, our goal has been to provide exceptional service, eliminating delays, and developing the industry standard for Extended Vehicle Service Programs. How do we do it? Delta Auto Protect is staffed with ASE certified technicians who work for you. Our staff speaks directly with your repair center and provides coverage authorization in a timely manner directly over the phone.
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