1. Take proper photos &
videos of your car before sending it out to the workshop.
2. Search for the defective
parts on your own. Do not completely rely on the dealer or mechanic prices.
3. If the mechanic has doubts,
do not hesitate to take a second opinion, even If it delays the car service by
a few hours or days.
4. Make sure auto parts
purchased from the mechanic are un-boxed in front of you, and old parts are
returned to you. Always check the part number and the warranty of the product
before installing it.
5. Always provide your VIN
number in beginning, to check the tools and parts required to fix your make and
6. If you are looking for an
upgrade or a specialized service, look for a skilled mechanic rather than a
7. Check for any overhead,
transportation cost of the mechanic if you are taking the services outside
their auto shop.
8. Always take a Test Drive
after job completion to make sure the vehicle is working fine.