The Transmission Shop Promotes Cost-Saving Safety in Economic Downturn

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Dallas-based local business, The Transmission Shop, has taken steps to save its customers money during these difficult economic times in order to emphasize vehicle safety. With four locations, The Transmission Shop offers multiple high-quality vehicle services for less.

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The Transmission Shop (http://www.thetransmissionshop.com) is offering money saving coupons at all four of its locations in an effort to offset the depressed economic times while promoting vehicle safety. Local spokesperson Mike Adams announced that the business now offers three different coupons on its website to make vehicle repairs more affordable. “One coupon is for a $25.00 savings on minor repairs,” said Adams, “while a second offers $100 off major repairs. The third is a ten-percent off coupon up to $150 for our seniors, who are being hit hard in the current economy.”

Citing a January article in the Houston Chronicle which reported that the state has had a roadway death every day since Nov 7, 2000, Adams said, “We don’t want people to have to choose between driving a faulty vehicle and paying for food or medications or some other necessity. We’re trying to provide excellent and reliable vehicle and transmission repair services to everyone at affordable prices so they can be safe to enjoy life.”

The Transmission Shop not only offers the cost-saving coupons, but also they offer free towing with service, and free electrical diagnostics. They service, repair and/or replace automatic and standard transmissions, complete with a 3 year or 36,000 mile warranty on automatics. They also offer service on two and four wheel drive vehicles, foreign and domestics, and RV’s. In addition to transmissions, they also service and repair clutches and differentials, and replace or repair axles and transfer cases and monitor or replace fluids.

“Another way we save our customers money,” said Adams, “is by being experts in our field. Mechanics without our expertise may diagnose your vehicle's problem incorrectly and tell you that you need a new transmission when, in reality, your car only needs a simple repair, such as a fuse, a relay, a cable, or a tightened electrical connection. It may be something simple like an external sensor that needs adjusting. By knowing our field, we can prevent you from paying for unnecessary repairs,” s/he said. “We strive to be advocates for our customers not only for their safety, but also for their wallets.”

The Transmission Shop is owned and operated by Mike Adams, and boasts 25 years of serving the Dallas area with high quality transmission repair service in four locations. They include Garland, Plano, Lewisville and McKinney. They have A+ Rating as an Accredited Business from the Better Business Bureau (BBB), and are a member of ATRA (Automatic Transmission Rebuilders Association) and ATSG (Automatic Transmission Service Group). They are certified as an ASE Professional (from the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence).

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