Truck tire been going flat for about six months now. Slow leaker. Finally pulled it and dropped it off with Scott. As I was unloading the tire I spotted the head of a drywall screw nestled deep in the treads. “I have identified the problem for you,” I said, very helpfully pointing to the screw head. Understand, Scott is a man who can strip your car down to the studs and rebuild it, whereas I am a man whose mechanical skills are the equivalent of a rubber mallet.
Anyway, just got off the phone. Tire needed a patch, but it’s repaired and ready to go. And best of all, I am told the bill has come to a couple dozen eggs and a signed paperback.
I have to be careful about slinging endorsements around. Not so much because I don’t want to, but because once you begin, the floodgates open, and you can’t do every deserving person/business justice. But I’ve mentioned Scott in the past, and I’ll say it again: If, like me, you possess less-than-remedial mechanical skills, you know what a treasure a talented and trustworthy mechanic can be. Scott is all of that and more. His garage is named after his son, and I can assure you agnostics get great service too.
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