Typically slow, not much excitement going on. I learned a lot, I was sent to many training and gained a lot of experience in automotive business. Overall not a bad place to work, but this location needs more business and advertisement.
Service Manager/Technician (Current Employee) – Pleasant Hill, CA – June 7, 2017
Long hours no formal training for management only in form of computer modules Good place to start gaining experience Hiring process is more difficult than most places Online system needs better improvement Mechanics need better pay
Local Parts Delivery Driver (Former Employee) – Coral Springs, FL – June 4, 2017
There was a good work environment, pretty laid back. I enjoyed working here because on busy days you have a lot to do and there are many different tasks to be done if you need a break from what you are doing.
Good place to get car serviced and great place to work. if you are a mechanic starting in the world this is a great place they pay for you to take all your classes and become Certified and lots of training opportunities.
Parts Specialist (Current Employee) – California – June 1, 2017
1. so little staffing the mangers work alone most of the day doing everything 2. full time people complain of poor and expensive healthcare 3. ridiculous hair follicle drug test to get a 20 hr/week, minimum wage, part time job
Service Tech (Former Employee) – ny – May 30, 2017
Senior managers are a joke, they want you to pay for you to work on your own car. A serious cleansing from the CEO on down is needed. There is no educating new or veteran tech. Youtube will be your best teacher.
Technician (Former Employee) – Fresno, CA – May 26, 2017
I've work there for eight years, there no advancement, not good place to work if you are try to claim corporate latter, manager were unfair and had their favorites and only give other horrible work order and repair.
Mechanic (Former Employee) – Inglewood, CA – May 26, 2017
Inspect vehicles for damage and record findings so that necessary repairs can be made Troubleshoot fuel, ignition, and emissions control systems, using electronic testing equipment Repair, overhaul, or adjust automobile brake systems
Automotive Technician (Current Employee) – Dover, DE – May 26, 2017
Money hungry that is all. You work underpaid not enough hours not appreciate it. I am not happy unsafe conditions people breathing people walking all over your back constantly hounding you to find things wrong with the car.
General Service Technician (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – May 23, 2017
It is a good job for a mechanic because you work by yourself a lot plus you can get commission if you make a sale. If the opportunity arises then you can sell tires you will get a commission for that sale.