5

Kathleen said the facility gives such excellent care and she has already recommended them to others.

5

Dennis said they did a great job and his vehicle was returned to him the same way he dropped it off.

4

Parviz said the visit took longer than he expected, but he did have the full maintenance package performed. After the visit, he took his vehicle to a rim and tire facility. They noticed a bubble in one of the tires which the business should have noticed earlier.

5

Edward said everything worked out the way it was supposed to and he trusted what he was told.

5

I just had my car serviced. The part was warrantied. It was diagnosed and fix right and quickly.

4

Made an appointment, we were taken care of and back on the road.

5

David said they always receive good service and never have to take their vehicle back for something not performed during the visit. The price is reasonable.

5

These guys turned a bad day pleasant. I will be needing some AC work performed on the same vehicle and will certainly make Auto Doc my choice for future mechanical needs.

5

The guys make me feel comfortable. Offer services in a not pushy manner. They did a great job on my car in a quick amount of time.

5

Super surprised at the negative reviews. These guys are amazing. Let me tell you a few reasons why...1) quick and thorough...my Jeep has 186k miles. At this point it's just about piecing things together when they go wrong...and when one thing goes wrong many things are soon to follow. Chris is super laid back, honest, and pretty dang cute. If he was single...2) cars get old. Parts get old. If you think you have some magicolicious auto, you are sadly mistaken...especially if you buy one of those new liberal cars....guess what...your hard earned money went to a piece of crap few can really work on. There's triggers and dials, lions and bears, etc., that have been designed that way. Your government green friendly piece of crap goes belly up so you'll blindly buy another piece of government crap (yes...even Toyota, Honda, etc, has manufacturing plants here in the US). They are only 'engineered' in the founding country. They are BUILT by unions that have no other interest than getting paid and meeting the bare minimum regulations (because gov't regulations kill them, thus, quicker, cheaper to build, and with a higher yield in the long run. We live in a techie age that is too competent. We have learned to make things fail to produce more purchasing. Common sense. Now, while I digress...I am extremely happy with their precision and honesty. As a female this is crucial...of course I intuitively know, a woman who goes to a mechanic without a man that knows a little something about car stuff is not the best decision. I used to go to another place at Woodhead and Westheimer, but odd things would happen right after. Don't go anywhere but AutoDoc!

Super surprised at the negative reviews. These guys are amazing. Let me tell you a few reasons why...1) quick and thorough...my Jeep has 186k miles. At this point it's just about piecing things together when they go wrong...and when one thing goes wrong many things are soon to follow. Chris is super laid back, honest, and pretty dang cute. If he was single...2) cars get old. Parts get old. If you think you have some magicolicious auto, you are sadly mistaken...especially if you buy one of those new liberal cars....guess what...your hard earned money went to a piece of crap few can really work on. There's triggers and dials, lions and bears, etc., that have been designed that way. Your government green friendly piece of crap goes belly up so you'll blindly buy another piece of government crap (yes...even Toyota, Honda, etc, has manufacturing plants here in the US). They are only 'engineered' in the founding country. They are BUILT by unions that have no other interest than getting paid and meeting the bare minimum regulations (because gov't regulations kill them, thus, quicker, cheaper to build, and with a higher yield in the long run. We live in a techie age that is too competent. We have learned to make things fail to produce more purchasing. Common sense. Now, while I digress...I am extremely happy with their precision and honesty. As a female this is crucial...of course I intuitively know, a woman who goes to a mechanic without a man that knows a little something about car stuff is not the best decision. I used to go to another place at Woodhead and Westheimer, but odd things would happen right after. Don't go anywhere but AutoDoc!

- The Auto Doc