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Bob: Hi, Sarah. How's it going?
Sarah: Hi, Bob. Not so great, my car broke down on my way to work this morning.
Bob: Oh, that's too bad. Do you know what happened?
Sarah: Not really. I just heard a loud noise, and then it stopped running.
Bob: Well, sounds like it needs some repairs. Have you thought about taking it to the mechanic?
Sarah: Yes, I already called the garage down the street. They said they could take a look at it later today.
Bob: That's great. Hopefully, it won't be anything too serious.
Sarah: Yeah, I hope so too. I need my car to get around, especially for work.
Bob: How old is your car? Maybe it's time for a new one?
Sarah: It's not too old. I've had it for about four years now. Plus, I don't think I can afford a new car at the moment.
Bob: Yeah, I get it. Car repairs can be expensive, but it's better than not having a car at all.
Sarah: Definitely. I just hope the repair costs won't be too high.
Bob: Well, let's hope for the best. Good luck with the repairs.
Sarah: Thanks, Bob. I appreciate it.
A: Hey, did you get your car fixed?
B: Yeah, finally. It was a bit of a hassle, though.
A: What was wrong with it?
B: It wouldn't start, so I took it to the mechanic. Turned out that I needed a new battery.
A: Oh, that doesn't sound too bad.
B: But then they found out that my brakes were also worn out, so I had to replace them too.
A: Ouch, that's a bit expensive.
B: Yeah, but I can't drive without brakes. And while they were at it, I got my oil changed and my tires rotated.
A: So how long did it take overall?
B: About a day and a half. I was without my car for a while, but at least now I don't have to worry about anything for a while.
A: Yeah, that's true. It's always good to keep up with maintenance.
B: Definitely. And I feel safer on the road now, too.
A: Hi, have you had any luck with your car repairs?
B: Not really. It's been in the shop for two days, and they still haven't figured out what's wrong with it.
A: That's frustrating. Did you tell them what the problem was?
B: Yeah, I did. But they said they need to run some diagnostic tests to identify the issue.
A: Did they give you an estimate on how much it would cost to fix?
B: Yes, they did. It's quite expensive, but I don't have much of a choice.
A: Well, I hope the repairs go smoothly from here on out and that your car will be back on the road soon.
B: Thanks, me too. It's been tough without a car to get around.
A: Hey John, what are you up to today?
B: Hey Tom, I'm getting my car repaired at the garage. I think there's something wrong with the engine.
A: Oh, that doesn't sound good. Is it going to be expensive?
B: Yeah, I'm afraid so. They told me it could be a few hundred dollars.
A: Ouch, that's going to hurt the wallet. But I guess it's better to get it fixed now than to wait until it's too late.
B: Absolutely. I don't want to risk it breaking down on me in the middle of the road. Plus, I need my car for work.
A: Yeah, cars can be such a pain sometimes. But at least we have reliable garages to help us out.
B: For sure. I'm just looking forward to getting my car back and hitting the road again.
A: Hey, what's going on with your car?
B: Ah, it needs some repairs. I think the brakes and the timing belt need to be replaced.
A: Did you take it to a mechanic yet?
B: Yes, I did. He quoted me a pretty high price though.
A: Have you considered taking it to a different mechanic for a second opinion?
B: Yeah, that's probably a good idea. I don't want to get ripped off.
A: Definitely. It's always best to shop around before committing to any repairs.
B: I just hope I can get it fixed soon. It's been causing me a lot of stress.
A: I understand. But don't rush into anything. Take your time and make sure you're getting the best deal possible.
B: Thanks for the advice. I'll keep that in mind.
Person 1: Hey, I heard you had some car trouble. What’s going on with your car?
Person 2: Yeah, my car has been making some weird noises lately. I think I might need to get it looked at.
Person 1: Hmm, that doesn’t sound good. When was the last time you took it in for maintenance?
Person 2: Honestly, it’s been a while. I’ve been putting it off because I’m trying to save money.
Person 1: Well, putting it off might actually end up costing you more in the long run. You should take it in and get it checked out before the problem gets worse.
Person 2: You’re right. I don’t want to end up with a huge repair bill later on. Do you know of any good mechanics in the area?
Person 1: Yeah, I use a local shop down the street. They’ve always been honest and fair with me, and they do good work.
Person 2: That sounds like exactly what I need. Can you give me the name of the shop?
Person 1: Sure, it’s called Bob’s Auto Repair. I’ll text you their number and address.
Person 2: Thanks, I really appreciate it. I’ll call them tomorrow and set up an appointment.
Person 1: No problem. I’m happy to help. And remember, it’s better to get your car checked out sooner rather than later. It could save you a lot of money and headaches down the road.
Person 2: You’re right. I’ll make sure to take better care of my car going forward. Thanks again.
A: Hi, I think my car needs some repair. It's been making some weird noises for the last couple of days.
B: Sure, I can help you with that. What kind of noises are you hearing?
A: It's a banging noise from under the hood.
B: Okay, let's take a look. It may be an issue with the engine or suspension system. Have you noticed any issues with the performance of your car apart from the noises?
A: Not really, but I haven't been driving it too much lately.
B: I see. Well, I suggest we run a diagnostic test on your car to pinpoint the exact problem. Once we know that, we can decide on the repairs needed.
A: Sounds good. Do you have an estimate on what it might cost?
B: Unfortunately, I can't give you a quote right now, as I need to first diagnose the issue. But I can assure you we'll quote you a fair and reasonable price for the repairs needed.
A: Okay, that sounds good to me. How long do you think it will take to diagnose and repair the issue?
B: It depends on what we find during the diagnostic test. Once we know that, we can give you a more accurate estimate of the time it will take and when you can expect your car to be ready.
A: Alright, let's get started then. Thanks for your help!
B: No problem, we'll take good care of your car and have it running smoothly in no time.
Person 1: Hey, I have been experiencing some problems with my car lately. I think I might need to take it for repairs.
Person 2: What kind of problems are you experiencing?
Person 1: Well, the engine is making a loud noise, and the brakes don't seem to be working properly.
Person 2: You should take it to a mechanic as soon as possible before the problems get worse. Do you have a trusted mechanic?
Person 1: No, I don't. Do you have any recommendations?
Person 2: Yes, I take my car to John's Auto Repair shop. They have a team of experienced mechanics and excellent customer service.
Person 1: Thanks for the recommendation. How much do you think the repairs will cost?
Person 2: It depends on what needs to be done, but repairs can be expensive. You can ask for an estimate from the mechanic before they start working on your car.
Person 1: Ok, I will do that. Do you know if I need to schedule an appointment in advance?
Person 2: Yes, you should call the repair shop and schedule an appointment. It's always better to have an appointment because the repair shop can be busy.
Person 1: Alright, I will call and schedule an appointment with John's Auto Repair shop. Thanks for your help!
Person 2: No problem, I hope everything goes well with your car repairs.
Person A: Hey, have you gotten your car fixed yet?
Person B: No, not yet. I've been having some problems with it and I'm not sure what to do.
Person A: What kind of problems are you having?
Person B: Well, the engine is making some strange noises and it doesn't seem to be running as smoothly as it used to. I'm worried that something might be seriously wrong with it.
Person A: Hmm, that doesn't sound good. It's probably best to take it to a mechanic and have them take a look at it.
Person B: Yeah, that's what I was thinking too. But I'm hesitant because I don't want to be overcharged or taken advantage of.
Person A: I totally understand, but there are some reputable auto repair shops out there that won't rip you off. You just have to do your research and find a good one.
Person B: Okay, that's a good idea. Do you have any recommendations?
Person A: Yeah, I've used a place called Kevin's Auto Repair in the past and they've always been fair and straightforward with me. You could try giving them a call and see if they're available to take a look at your car.
Person B: Great, I'll definitely look into that. Thanks for the advice!
A: Hey, do you know any good auto repair shops around here? I need to get my car fixed.
B: Yeah, there's a place just down the road from here. They do good work and their prices are pretty reasonable.
A: That sounds good, I've been having some issues with my engine and it's been making strange noises.
B: Yeah, it's definitely best to get it checked out sooner rather than later. Do you know what's wrong with it?
A: I'm not exactly sure, but I think it might be a problem with the transmission or the oil pump.
B: Those are both pretty serious issues. You should definitely take it in and get it checked out as soon as possible.
A: How long do you think it will take to get it fixed?
B: It really depends on what's actually wrong with it, but it could take a few days or even a week or more.
A: That's going to be a pain, I'm going to have to rent a car in the meantime.
B: Yeah, that can be expensive. Some shops offer loaner cars or rental cars as part of their services, so you might want to ask about that.
A: That's a good idea, I'll ask about that when I take it in. Thanks for the suggestion about the auto shop.
B: No problem, I hope it all works out for you.
Person 1: Hi, do you know anything about car repair? My car is making a weird noise and I have no idea what's wrong with it.
Person 2: Sure, I can help you out. What kind of noise is it making?
Person 1: It's a sort of rattling noise that comes from the engine.
Person 2: Well, it could be a number of things. Have you checked the oil level recently?
Person 1: No, I haven't. I didn't think that would have anything to do with the noise.
Person 2: Actually, low oil is a common cause of strange noises coming from the engine. Let's pop the hood and take a look.
Person 1: Sure, let's do it.
Person 2: Hmm, the oil level looks fine. Let me take a closer look.
Person 1: What do you think it could be?
Person 2: I think it might be a problem with the timing belt. If it's loose or damaged, it could cause that type of noise. It's a relatively easy fix, but it's important to get it taken care of as soon as possible to prevent any further damage.
Person 1: Okay, thanks for your help. I think I'll take the car to a mechanic to get it checked out.
Person 2: That's probably a good idea. Let me know if you need any more advice or help.
Person 1: Hey, do you know anything about car repair? I'm having some problems with my car.
Person 2: Sure, what seems to be the problem?
Person 1: Well, my car won't start. I think it might be the battery, but I'm not sure.
Person 2: Have you tried jump starting the car?
Person 1: No, I haven't. How do I do that?
Person 2: You'll need another car with a good battery. Park the cars close together and turn off both cars. Connect jumper cables to the positive and negative terminals of each battery, making sure the colors match. Start the car with the good battery and let it run for a few minutes. Then, try starting your car.
Person 1: Okay, I'll try that. But what if it's not the battery?
Person 2: Well, there could be a few other issues. It could be a problem with the starter, the alternator, or even the fuel system. You might want to take your car to a mechanic for a proper diagnosis and repair.
Person 1: Yeah, that's probably a good idea. Thanks for your help.
Person 2: No problem, happy to help. Just make sure you get that car fixed soon so you don't get stranded on the road!
Customer: Hi, I need my car fixed. There's something wrong with the brakes.
Mechanic: Hi there. We can definitely help you with that. What kind of car do you have and when would you like to bring it in?
Customer: It's a Toyota Camry, and I'm available to bring it in tomorrow morning. How much do you think it'll cost me?
Mechanic: We won't know for sure until we take a look, but we'll give you an estimate before we start any work. It's important to get your brakes fixed as soon as possible. Otherwise, it could become a major safety issue.
Customer: That's right. I definitely don't want any safety issues. What else should I have checked while I'm there?
Mechanic: We always recommend having a full safety inspection done whenever you bring in your car. We'll check the tires, fluids, lights, and anything else that could cause problems down the road.
Customer: Okay, that sounds like a good idea. How long do you think the repairs will take?
Mechanic: It depends on the severity of the issue. It could take anywhere from a few hours to several days. We'll give you a better idea once we've taken a look.
Customer: Alright, that sounds good. I'll bring it in tomorrow at 8 am.
Mechanic: Great, we'll see you then. Just one more thing - are you going to need a rental car while we're fixing your car?
Customer: No, I'll make other arrangements. Thanks for reminding me, though. I appreciate it.
Mechanic: No problem. We'll let you know when your car is ready, and you can come pick it up any time during our normal business hours.
Person 1: Hey, do you know any good auto repair shops around here? My car is making some weird noises and I need to get it checked out.
Person 2: Yeah, there are a few good ones. Do you want me to recommend one?
Person 1: Sure, that would be great.
Person 2: I would recommend "John's Auto Repair". They are very professional and have been in business for a long time.
Person 1: Thanks, I will look them up. Do you know if they specialize in any particular type of car?
Person 2: Not really, but I have taken my car there a few times and they have always been able to fix any issues I have had.
Person 1: Okay, that sounds good. Do you know if they have any special deals or discounts going on right now?
Person 2: I'm not sure, but you can call them and ask. I know they usually offer a free consultation and diagnostic check.
Person 1: Okay, thanks for the information. Have you ever had a bad experience with an auto repair shop before?
Person 2: Unfortunately, yes. I had my car repaired by a shop that charged me too much for the service and didn't even fix the problem properly. That's why I always recommend "John's Auto Repair".
Person 1: Thanks for the warning. I'll definitely avoid that shop. I appreciate your help.
Person 2: No problem, happy to help. Let me know if you need any more information or have any other questions.
Person 1: Will do, thanks again!
Person 1: Hey, do you know of any good car repair services around here? My car has been acting up lately.
Person 2: Yes, I can recommend a place. What seems to be the problem?
Person 1: Well, my car has been making weird noises under the hood and the brakes have been feeling a bit spongy.
Person 2: Hmm, that doesn't sound good. You should definitely take it in for a diagnosis. I recommend taking it to Bob's Auto Repair. They have a great reputation for fixing cars and the prices are reasonable.
Person 1: Thanks for the recommendation. Do you happen to know how long they typically take for repairs?
Person 2: It depends on the problem and how busy they are, but they usually give you an estimate of how long it will take and keep you updated on the progress.
Person 1: Okay, good to know. I'll give them a call and schedule an appointment. Thanks again for the recommendation!
Person 2: No problem. Let me know how it goes!
Person 1: Hi, I'm having some problems with my car and I was hoping you could help me out.
Person 2: Sure, what kind of problems are you having?
Person 1: Well, my engine light is on and the car is making a strange noise when I drive.
Person 2: It sounds like there could be a problem with your engine. Have you had your oil changed recently?
Person 1: No, I haven't. Do you think that could be the problem?
Person 2: It's possible. If you haven't had your oil changed in a while, it could be causing your engine to make strange noises. We should check your oil level and see if it's low.
Person 1: Okay, that makes sense. What about the engine light?
Person 2: That could be a sign of a more serious problem. We should run a diagnostic test to see what's causing the light to come on.
Person 1: That sounds expensive.
Person 2: It doesn't have to be. Once we diagnose the problem, we can give you an estimate for the cost of repairs. We'll work with you to find the most affordable solution.
Person 1: Okay, that sounds good. When do you think you can take a look at my car?
Person 2: We can take a look at it right away. Let's get your car into the shop and we'll run a diagnostic test to determine the problem.
Person 1: Great, thank you so much for your help.
A: Hey, I noticed your car has been making some strange noises lately. Have you thought about taking it in to get it repaired?
B: Yeah, I've been meaning to. I just haven't had the time. Do you know of any good mechanics in the area?
A: Yes, I have a friend who had some work done on his car last month. He highly recommended ABC Auto Repair.
B: That sounds great. Do they specialize in anything?
A: Yes, they specialize in electrical work, brakes, and suspension. I heard they're also really good with car diagnostics.
B: Alright, thanks for the recommendation. Do you know what kind of pricing they have?
A: It depends on what kind of work needs to be done, but they have competitive pricing. You can always call them for a quote before scheduling an appointment.
B: Sounds good, I'll give them a call tomorrow. Thanks for your help.
A: No problem, happy to help. It's always better to address car issues sooner rather than later.
Person 1: Have you taken your car to the mechanic yet?
Person 2: Yeah, I took it last week. They said I need to replace my brake pads.
Person 1: That can get pretty expensive. Did they give you an estimate?
Person 2: Yeah, it's going to cost me $350. But I don't want to risk driving without good brakes.
Person 1: That's true. It's not worth risking your safety. Did they say how long it will take to fix?
Person 2: They said it should only take a few hours, so I'm planning to drop it off in the morning.
Person 1: Good idea. You don't want to be without your car for too long.
Person 2: Yeah, I'm just hoping they don't find anything else wrong with it. Car repairs can really add up.
Person 1: That's for sure. It's always good to have an emergency fund just in case something unexpected happens.
Person 2: I know. That's why I'm hoping I can get through this repair without any extra surprises. But you never know with cars.
Person 1: That's true, but as long as you take good care of it and get regular maintenance, it should last you a while.
A: Hi, my car has been making a loud noise whenever I start and accelerate. Do you have any idea what the issue may be?
B: It sounds like you may have a problem with the exhaust system. I suggest bringing it in for an inspection so we can determine the issue.
A: Okay, that sounds good. How long does an inspection typically take, and how much does it cost?
B: An inspection usually takes about an hour or two to complete, and the cost can vary depending on the garage. I can give you an estimate once we determine what needs to be done.
A: Alright, let's schedule an appointment then. Do you provide a replacement car while mine is being repaired?
B: Yes, we offer rental cars to our customers at an additional cost. Just let me know if you need one and we can arrange it.
A: Great, thank you. How soon can I bring my car in?
B: We have an opening tomorrow at 10am, would that work for you?
A: Yes, that works fine for me. Thank you for your help.
B: You're welcome. We'll take good care of your car.
Person 1: Hey, do you know any good mechanics? My car is acting up.
Person 2: Yeah, I know a few. What's wrong with it?
Person 1: Well, the check engine light is on and it's making a weird noise.
Person 2: Hmm, it could be a number of things. You should take it in for a diagnostic test to see what the issue is.
Person 1: Do you know how much that usually costs?
Person 2: It really depends on the mechanic and the type of car you have. It could be anywhere from $50 to $150.
Person 1: That's not too bad. After they figure out what's wrong, do you know any good shops that would be able to fix it?
Person 2: Yeah, I usually take my car to AutoTech. They do great work and aren't too expensive.
Person 1: Okay, I'll keep that in mind. Thanks for the recommendations.
Person 2: No problem. Make sure you take care of that soon. You don't want to be driving around with a potential problem in your car.
Customer: Good morning, I'm having some issues with my car and I wanted to see if you could help.
Mechanic: Of course! What seems to be the problem?
Customer: Well, it's making a strange noise when I start it up. And sometimes it shakes a bit when I'm driving.
Mechanic: Ok, those are good things to know. When was the last time you had it serviced?
Customer: It's been a while, probably six months or so.
Mechanic: Well, it could be a few things. Without looking at it, it's hard to say for sure. But it could be a problem with your ignition system or maybe a misfiring cylinder. To narrow it down, we would need to do a diagnostic test.
Customer: Ok, I understand. What's involved in that?
Mechanic: It's a simple test that will tell us what's going on with your car. It involves hooking up our diagnostic equipment to your car's computer system and running some tests. It takes about an hour or so to complete.
Customer: Sounds good. How much would that cost?
Mechanic: The diagnostic test is $75. If we find a problem, we can give you an estimate for the repair costs. In some cases, we can fix the problem the same day.
Customer: Great, that works for me. Can you schedule me in for a diagnostic test later this week?
Mechanic: Sure, let's take a look at our schedule. How about Friday at 10 a.m.?
Customer: Perfect, thank you.
Mechanic: You're welcome. We'll see you on Friday then.
Person 1: Hey, have you had any issues with your car recently?
Person 2: Yeah, actually. It's been making some weird noises and I think something might be wrong with the engine.
Person 1: Oh wow, that doesn't sound good. Have you taken it to a mechanic yet?
Person 2: No, not yet. I'm trying to figure out if it's something I can fix myself or if it's a bigger issue that needs a professional.
Person 1: I think it's better to be safe than sorry. You don't want to risk damaging it even further. Have you heard of any good mechanics around here?
Person 2: Yeah, actually, my friend recommended this shop downtown. They supposedly have great reviews and really fair prices.
Person 1: That sounds like a good lead. Do you want me to come with you when you drop it off?
Person 2: That would be awesome, thanks! I'm just hoping it's not too expensive.
Person 1: Well, as they say, car repairs are never cheap. But it's better to have it taken care of sooner rather than later.
Person 2: Yeah, I know. It's just hard to deal with the unexpected expenses sometimes.
Person 1: I totally get it. But think of it as an investment in your car's longevity. Plus, you'll have peace of mind knowing it's in good working order.
Person 2: You're right, thanks for the pep talk. I'll call that mechanic and set up an appointment as soon as possible.
Person 1: Hey, have you had any problems with your car lately?
Person 2: Yeah, actually I have. The check engine light came on and it's running a bit rough.
Person 1: You should take it in to get the problem diagnosed. Do you have a preferred mechanic?
Person 2: Not really, I usually just take it to the dealership. But they can be pretty expensive.
Person 1: I can recommend a great independent mechanic that's been working on my car for years. He's honest and fair with his prices.
Person 2: That sounds great! What kind of services does he offer?
Person 1: He does all kinds of car repairs - from routine maintenance like oil changes and tire rotations to more complex problems like engine diagnostics and transmission repairs. He's very knowledgeable and skilled in his work.
Person 2: Awesome, do you happen to have his number?
Person 1: Sure thing, let me pull it up for you. I think you'll find his prices much more reasonable than the dealership and his service is top-notch.
Person 2: Thanks a lot, I'll definitely give him a call and see if he can fix my car issue. I appreciate the recommendation!
Person 1: Hey, have you had any experience with car repair services?
Person 2: Yeah, I have. Why do you ask?
Person 1: Well, my car has been making this strange noise lately, and I'm afraid I might need to take it to a repair shop.
Person 2: Ah, I see. Have you figured out exactly what's causing the noise?
Person 1: No, not really. I'm not much of a mechanic myself.
Person 2: Well, it's hard to say for sure what the problem could be without actually looking at the car, but it could be anything from a simple issue with the exhaust system to something more serious like a blown gasket.
Person 1: That sounds pretty complicated. Do you know of any good repair shops in town?
Person 2: Well, I usually go to the one on Main Street. They always do a good job, and they've been around for a long time.
Person 1: That sounds promising. Do you think they'll be able to fix my car?
Person 2: I'm pretty sure they can. Just give them a call and tell them what's going on. They'll be able to schedule an appointment with you and have it looked at as soon as possible.
Person 1: Thanks, I really appreciate it.
Person 2: No problem, happy to help. Just make sure to get it taken care of before it gets worse.
A: Good morning. How can I help you with your car today?
B: Hi. My car has been making a funny noise lately and I wanted to get it checked out.
A: Sure, we can definitely look at that for you. What kind of noise is it?
B: It's kind of a rattling sound, especially when I start the car or accelerate.
A: That could be a few different things. We'll need to do some diagnostics to figure it out. When's the last time you had your car serviced?
B: It's been a little while, maybe about 6 months ago.
A: Well, it's always a good idea to keep up with regular maintenance for your car. We can start with a basic inspection and then go from there. Is there anything else you wanted us to look at?
B: Yeah, also my brakes seem to be making some noise when I come to a stop.
A: Okay, we can definitely check that out as well. It's important to make sure your brakes are working properly for safety reasons. We'll give you a call once we've had a chance to inspect your car and let you know what we find.
B: Thank you. How long do you think it will take?
A: The inspection itself usually takes about an hour or so, but if we need to do any repairs, it could take longer depending on what needs to be done. We'll give you an estimate before we start any work.
B: Great, thanks again. I'll be looking forward to hearing from you.
A: You're welcome. We'll be in touch soon.
Person A: Hey, have you had any trouble with your car lately?
Person B: Yeah, my check engine light came on and it's been making a weird noise.
Person A: Oh no, have you taken it to a mechanic yet?
Person B: Not yet, but I think I should before it gets worse.
Person A: Definitely. I know a good mechanic nearby, do you want me to give you their information?
Person B: That would be great, thanks. Do you know how much they charge for a diagnosis?
Person A: I'm not sure, but they usually give a free estimate and let you know what the problem is before starting any work.
Person B: That sounds fair. I really hope it's not something too expensive to repair.
Person A: Yeah, car repairs can get pretty expensive, but it's better to address any issues sooner rather than later.
Person B: You're right. Hopefully, it's just a minor problem that can be fixed quickly.
Person A: I hope so too. Let me know how it goes and if you need any help getting to the mechanic.
Person 1: Hey, I heard you're pretty good at repairing cars. My car has been acting funny lately, and I was wondering if you could take a look at it for me?
Person 2: Sure, I'd be happy to help. What seems to be the problem?
Person 1: Well, the engine has been making a weird noise, and the brakes seem to be squeaking.
Person 2: Okay, I'll need to diagnose the problem first before I can fix it. When are you available to bring the car in?
Person 1: How about tomorrow morning?
Person 2: That works for me. I'll run some tests and see what's causing the engine noise. As for the brakes, it could just be that they need to be cleaned or replaced. I'll let you know.
Person 1: Thank you so much! How long do you think it will take to repair?
Person 2: It's hard to say without knowing the exact problem. But I'll do my best to have everything fixed as quickly as possible.
Person 1: Sounds good. How much do you charge for your services?
Person 2: It really depends on the repairs needed and the cost of any necessary parts. But I'll give you an estimate before I start any work.
Person 1: Okay, I appreciate it. Thanks for your help!
Person 2: No problem. I'll see you tomorrow morning and we'll get your car running smoothly again.
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