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Have your car running like new again when you take it to Auto Tech in Somers Point, New Jersey, for your complete auto repair. For over 15 years, Auto Tech Tire & Service Center has been serving the New Jersey area with complete auto care for foreign and domestic cars. Our locally owned and operated business promises 100% customer satisfaction with every job. With over a combined 45 years' experience in the auto world, look no further than Auto Tech Tire & Service Center.
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Fax: (609) 653-2010

Acura, American Ichibahn, Apc, Arizonian, Armstrong, Bendix, Bmw, Borgwarner, Bridgestone, Continental, Cooper, Cordovan, Davin, Dayt, Delta, Dodge, Dub, Dunlop, Eibach, Eldorado, Firestone, Ford, General, General Tire, Gmc, Goodyear, Hallmark, Hankook, Helo, Hoosier, K & N, Kelsey, Kia, Kumho, Lemans, Lexani, Lexus, Lowenhart, Mastercraft, Maxxis, Mercedes-benz, Michelin, Mini, Nitto, Nokian, Ohtsu, Pontiac, Remington, Repco, Saab, Saturn, Scion, Spintek, Sprewell Motorsports, Summit, Toucan, Toyota, Vogue, Volkswagen, Volvo, Wanli, Yokohama, Zenetti
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amex, master card, visa, cash, discover, check, debit
Somers Point




AAA Approved
Mufflers & Exhaust Systems, Auto Repair & Service, Automobile Accessories, Automobile Parts & Supplies, Brake Repair, Emissions Inspection Stations, Tire Dealers, Tire Recap, Retread & Repair
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Specialties: Cars, Domestic, Trucks, Automobiles, Autos


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Ivan D.



These guys are a bunch of ruthless crooks. DO NOT GO THERE even if your life depends on fixing your car. 2 weeks ago I had a failed fuel pump on my 94' Nissan Altima and I had to tow my car to their shop. The next day I received a phone call from Autotech and they offer to fix the fuel pump for $865.

That was the bill:

$125 for towing the car (I paid $65 to the towing company in advance)

$500 for fuel pump (which I purchased from AAP for $200)

$240 for labor (which they jacked to $300 after I brought the fuel pump)

I said to the guy that there is no way I am paying $860 for a simple fuel pump fix. After all my car is worth about the same amount.

I spoke with the towing company about this additional $125 charge and they said that they are not involved and called Autotech immediately, so they removed it from my bill.

I went to Advanced Auto Parts to get the pump from there and the guy behind the counter assumed that I am working at Autotech because they called him half an hour ago to ask him for the exact same pump, so it turned out they wanted to buy the pump for $200 from AAP and charge me $500 which is 150% profit only from the fuel pump itself. They were busted!

I bought the pump and went back to Autotech. They charged me "only" $300 for labor and didn't gave me an warranty because they used a part purchased by me, even though it's the same part that they wanted to install in a first place.

The way they tried to rip me off was outrageous. I asked the guy why they are doing that to people and he said "every shop does that and that's the way to make a buck".

I am not going to use their services anymore... never again...not in a million years!


Bill S.



I called Auto Tech to make an appointment to have my front breaks checked as they started making a scraping sound this weekend. The man who answered the phone was unpleasant to say the least, and since I know the owner personally I asked to speak with him. I was put on hold and the same unpleasant person stated that Tony was not in. I told the man I simply wanted my breaks looked at and wanted to speak to the owner. He simply said the owner is not here and hung up on me. I obviously will not be going to Auto Tech and I suggest that you save yourself the trouble and go to a reputable auto repair facility. (So much for trying to do business with local shops).