- Aug. 7, 2019
-- Today's automotive repair facilities have become harder for consumers to navigate in some ways due to the challenges faced by balancing the demands of a fast-paced world. Many people end up selecting mechanics based on location or convenience rather than other factors that can mean a great deal more to their overall experience as consumers. Knowing this, Paul Hensley of Faithworks Automotive based in Mesa, Arizona decided to put together a new blogging platform to help consumers make better choices about the auto repair facility they select.
"My decision was based upon a story I was told about a young man with a crippling illness that was completely taken advantage of by the mechanics he chose based upon their location," explained Paul. "The story lit a fire in me because as the owner of an auto repair facility, I saw so many signs of trouble in the story, so many places where the young man should have known that he was in danger of being ripped off; however, it occurred to me that these signs may not be so obvious to most consumers. So it became my new mission to make people aware of the signs of scams with the hope that this tragic event is not repeated."
Paul's first blog not only outlines the story that inspired this groundbreaking consumer-focused information, but also uses the actual events to point out what Mr. Hensley calls the "Red Flags" that auto repair consumers need to be aware of when looking for reputable local mechanics, even in emergency situations. The mistakes made are used to illustrate what should have happened instead and what consumers can do to remedy the situation.
Faithworks Automotive is reputed as one of Mesa, Arizona's top auto repair facilities with one of the most respected names in the industry. Not only has its two locations won multiple awards from local venues as being the "Best of Mesa" for five consecutive years, but the company has built a solid reputation for honest service and dependable repair work.
"It is my hope that our guide will help consumers find reputable auto repair technicians that take pride in their work instead of just the most accessible mechanic," said Paul. "Getting quality service is not only a need but a customer's most basic right. I think that's been forgotten along the way all too often in a very materialistic society."
For more information about Faithworks Automotive's new consumer-focused informational blog that gives tips on how to recognize the "Red Flags" of auto repair facilities (https://hellosparkyrox.tumblr.com/post/186843625441/avoid...
), click on the provided link or call either the Dobson and University Faithworks auto repair facility (https://faithworksauto.com/dobson-and-university
) at 480-833-3521 or the Alma School and Guadalupe shop (https://faithworksauto.com/