Mom's Auto Care center

at 702 E Walnut Cir, Garland, 75040 United States

Mom's Auto Care center
702 E Walnut Cir
Garland , TX 75040
United States
Contact Phone
P: (972) 487-5940

Opening time

  • Mondays: 07:30- 19:00
  • Tuesdays: 07:30- 19:00
  • Wednesdays: 07:30- 19:00
  • Thursdays: 07:30- 19:00
  • Fridays: 07:30- 19:00
  • Saturdays: 07:30- 16:30

Company Rating

4 Facebook users were in Mom's Auto Care center. It's a 110 position in Popularity Rating for companies in Automotive category in Garland, Texas

26 FB users likes Mom's Auto Care center, set it to 166 position in Likes Rating for Garland, Texas in Automotive category

Mom's Auto Care center 7 minutes ago Most awesome, honest mechanic I have ever known. Pravin doesn't just fix cars, he also helps educate the customer. He takes the time, explains things in detail to you (if you want to know). If not, just hand him the keys and you can leave with peace of mind knowing that the work will be done right and you didn't over pay for it!. Sameer kapadia.

Published on 2014-09-25 18:20:10 GMT

5 Ways You Can Reduce Road Rage Unless you're someone with an imperturbable nature, you've probably experienced anger while driving before, especially if you live in a city, where people seem to forget driving rules and etiquette the minute they arrive. Road rage is a serious issue, and has caused countless accidents, and violent encounters over the years, many of which have gained national attention. It's important that you learn how to reduce, control, and manage your anger when driving, as it can quickly become a safety issue for yourself and for fellow drivers. Here are some tips to help you: 1) Plan your drive ahead of time - Planning out your route, and, more importantly, accounting for extra time is the best way to avoid traffic, or situations where you're running late which tends to inflame tempers. If you need to be somewhere at a certain time, make sure to check the traffic reports well before leaving, and also allow yourself some extra time on top of the estimated driving time. If you are not in a hurry to get somewhere because you planned ahead, the anger of sitting in traffic or coming upon some other unforeseen issue will have less of an impact on your mental state. 2) Mind what you're listening to - If you're prone to getting angry in the car, you might not want to listen to death metal, or gangster rap as you make your way to work in the morning. What we listen to has a direct link with mood, and consuming angry vibes make it a lot more difficult to calm down when someone cuts you off or is tailgating you on the highway. The same goes for talk radio, where topics that anger us are usually what gets the most airplay. Listen to something casual and carefree, or turn the radio off completely and focus on keeping your mind relaxed if you encounter a triggering situation. 3) Don't take it personally - When something happens that sets off your anger, try remembering that it's not personal. Traffic and other motorists have no idea who you are, and no one is purposely out to make you late for work, or get under your skin. Too often people who have road rage feel that someone is out to get them, or that traffic problems are part of a conspiracy, or an extension of other problems they are having in their life. If you make an attempt to detach your situation and look at it objectively, you will see that you are the only one who can control how you react. 4) Do not confront anyone else - The reason so many road rage incidents escalate to violence, or something else that's serious is when one (or both) drivers decide to confront the other, whether it's by getting out of the car when they are stopped, or by trying to get revenge on someone through aggressive driving or worse. If you are involved in an incident, do not attempt to confront the other driver, or follow them anywhere at all. If someone is pursuing you, do not stop until you're in a visible public place, and make sure to call the police the moment you are able to. 5) Be a courteous driver - Finally, the best way you can avoid road rage incidents is to be a polite and courteous driver yourself. While choosing to follow the rules of the road to the absolute best of your ability won't do anything to control other driver's anger, or their unsafe driving decisions, it will minimize the likelihood of you finding yourself in an unsafe situation. Always use your turn-signals, make head-checks when changing lanes, drive the speed limit or with the flow-of traffic, and wait your turn at stop-signs and intersections. Your safe driving karma will come back around and help you to be safer on the road. is one of the largest online mechanic resources in the US. We are the premier website for consumers to research and connect with reputable local mechanics for routine and specialty automotive repair. Our website features instructional videos, articles about maintaining your car, and detailed profiles of over 500,000 mechanics across the country. If you're a shop owner, please claim your shop page for free here

Published on 2014-09-10 21:17:31 GMT

Nancy S. Plano, TX 0 friends 1 review Share review Compliment Send message Follow Nancy S. 5.0 star rating 8/19/2014 I can't say enough about Mom's Auto Care and Owner, Parvin. My car is a 2000 BMW and Parvin has done an excellent job in keeping my car running for over 10+ years. Parvin is very passionate about his work and he enjoys working on cars and making his customers satisfied. His business has grown due to the integrity and reasonable cost that he gives to his customers. I Highly Recommend Mom's Auto Care for anyone Out There that is looking for a GOOD Auto Mechanic that you can trust with reasonable pricing. Give him a call and see for yourself. :)

Published on 2014-08-23 18:29:37 GMT

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