S E Autobody Repair
2175 Hancock St, San Diego, CA 92110
I have had my vehicle repaired several times at this shop. The first two trips in seemed to be good to go (but now I wonder). This time I found they had sprayed paint over door dings without filling and feathering the chips because &quot;they weren't paid to fix those chips.&quot; My take on that is once you spray paint on them you have taken responsibility for seeing the job is done right.
Complaining they fixed the chips. When I came to get the vehicle a couple of days later I noticed the front bumper they had painted was a different shade of red. What they had done was forgot to put the metallic flakes in the red paint. Again they fixed the problem, after a few more days.
This time when I went to get the vehicle they were downright rude. I soon noticed there were scratches on the side of the car that were not previously there. And the area near the chips I had complained about had scratches as well. The 3 month old convertible top had a large silver looking spot and a thin line all the way across the material above the rear window. It bothered me for several days as to what this was on my new top. Then I finally figured it out, it was over-spray from the sloppy workmanship. I have called my insurance company and filed a complaint.
I returned to them because I thought they were they had integrity, and I trusted them, but my trust is gone, and I would not recommend them to anybody, friend or foe.
Crest Bar & Grill
5025 Wible Rd, Bakersfield, CA 93313
The staff is friendly and helpful. Very pet friendly, and yes, you are required to clean-up after your pet. Nice fireplace out on the patio by the Crest Bar and Grill (on-site) which is a great place to eat. The facilities are clean and well maintained.
One problem I discovered is the men's shower room has a drainage problem in the shower dressing area (not in the showers themselves). Appears the contractor did a poor job on leveling the floor and put no drains in except in the shower stalls. There is one other problem I have discovered.
The park used fine gravel for the parking areas. This gravel tracks into your car, and into your RV. It also tracks into the the showers so the floor always seems dirty. There is constantly a fine layer of grit on the floor. I would suggest wearing a watershoe or sandlewhen going to the showers.