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AAA names its 'Top Shops' in Western New York

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Fri, May 11th 2018 06:40 pm
By AAA of Western and Central New York
Finding a trusted mechanic can be difficult at times, which is why AAA rigorously reviews facilities to find the best. AAA Western and Central New York recently recognized approved auto repair (AAR) facilities in its annual "Top Shop" award program.
From January through December, AAA reviewed service evaluations received from customers who had work completed at one of the AAR facilities in Western and Central New York. The facilities were then ranked and awarded based on customer satisfaction. Facilities that achieve this award from AAA WCNY must have maintained a "totally satisfied" survey score of 90 percent or better over the 2017 year.
In the western region, those AAR facilities are:
  • Auto Wrench Connection- 2 Mill St., Gowanda
  • Batavia Auto Care - 101 Evans St., Batavia
  • Bison Automotive & Detail - 1370 Kenmore Ave., Buffalo
  • Dan's Tire and Auto- 48 Main St., Batavia
  • Brownie's Auto Care Center - 1082 Oliver St., North Tonawanda
  • Goodyear Auto Service Center - 120 Grey St., East Aurora
  • Goodyear Auto Service Center - 5566 Camp Road, Hamburg
  • Goodyear Auto Service Center - 300 Orchard Park Road, West Seneca
  • L & L Transmissions, Inc. - 8781 Alexander Road, Batavia
  • Scott's of West Seneca - 3760 Seneca St., West Seneca
  • Weibert's Auto Place - 720 Creek Lane, Youngstown
AAA recognized each facility with a plaque, distinguishing them as a "Top Shop." There are more than 100 AAR facilities in Western and Central New York. AAA has the largest independently inspected and approved networks of repair facilities in North America. An AAR facility must guarantee its repair work for 24 months or 24,000 miles.
As upstate New York's largest member services organization, AAA provides more than 870,000 members with travel, insurance, financial and automotive-related services. Since its founding in 1900, AAA has been a leading advocate for the safety and security of all travelers. Visit AAA at www.AAA.com.

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