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This company offers auto body, collision, vandalism, paintless dent repairs, motorcycle component damange repairs and paint a variety of metals and plastics.
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Business ManagementMr. William Bray, Operations Manager Ms. Camille Eber, President
Auto Body Repair & Painting Automotive Body, Paint, and Interior Repair and Maintenance (NAICS: 811121)
Alternate Business NamesRoth & Miller Autobody Inc
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9255 SE Stark St
Portland, OR 97216 (503) 257-9255 (503) 257-9102 (503) 257-9104 Directions
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Complaint: On Thursday December 24th 2015 Shawn and I went to Fix It on *********** **** and spoke to Scott who advise us that the vehicle that was towed to their facility to be repaired had been towed to another facility for repair. After being discouraged that the vehicle was not towed on a flat bed per manufacturers recomendations: Scott said that William from the 92 and Stark location would be calling. William called and informed me he had driven the rear end damaged vehicle that did not have working left tail light to the 92nd and Stark locations. First Scott lied to us about the transporation of the vehicle(ie towed and wasn't) and second the vehicle was driven and should of been towed. The vehicle was not drivable per Oregon State laws(working taillights) and second neither Scott or William should of assumed there was not damge to the rear axle/drive train as the estimate was only visional. This unprofessional and irresponsible.
Desired Settlement: Refund of towing fee from 92nd and Stark to responsible professional auto body store.
Thank you for the opportunity to provide our side of the story. We are a third-generation local family business in the community since 1946; our current owners are second and third generation of the family.
When the parties involved don't develop a positive rapport with each other right away, it's rare it is established as a repair progresses. This rapport did not adequately develop, so in this particular case, it ended in the best way possible, a parting of ways WITHOUT us performing ANY REPAIR and absolutely AT NO COST to the customer.
This customer vehicle came into our Fix Auto Gladstone location (***** ** ********** ****.) because it had rear damage caused by backing it into a truck. She seemed upset by this unfortunate incident and reasonably so, no one enjoys having their vehicle damaged. There was a miscommunication with Ms. ******* on the method we'd use to move the car from one facility to the other; our Gladstone location manager, Scott, did not lie to her and say the vehicle would be towed, contrary to Ms. ********* claim.
All vehicles with intact suspensions are driven at some point to move it to perform the various stages of repair within our facility. Additionally, many vehicles are driven to diagnose road-worthiness and drivability and to test drive after repairs. To determine if this vehicle was a candidate to be driven (vs. towed) to our other location for repair, my co-owner, William B***, visually inspected the damages, preformed a light function test and test-drove it to assess drivability. The conclusion was that it was suitable to be driven. There are some broken rear left lamp lenses, but the bulbs are the correct colors and light up when turned on and using the brakes (upon initially looking at the rear left lamps one would be surprised they actually did operate); the left rear blinker flashes at a pace faster than normal, but it works; an inner tail lamp doesn't work, however, the companion outer tail lamp and combined brake lamp and third brake lamp do work (had brake lamps or signals not worked, hand signals would have been an option as described on page 38 of the online drivers manual, and required equipment is outlined on page 110 of same). The extent of overall damage to the vehicle was not so extensive to keep it from being driven despite appearances.
We do not jeopardize a vehicle, or ourselves (this one was driven by the same co-owner that did the drivability assessment), simply to forego towing. Towing a vehicle is not without its own risks and exposures. We make an assessment of the vehicle and do what we believe is best for the vehicle, period.
Every once in a while we choose to not perform repairs for a potential customer – it sometimes becomes obvious early-on that we are not a good fit. Over the Christmas holiday time off, my co-owner and I discussed this vehicle and customer and we concluded that we would be choosing not to do the repair, and that we would request the owner have it moved. Upon arriving back in the office December 28th, we learned that morning prior to us notifying the customer, that she had already made the decision to move the vehicle to another repairer. We are grateful for her choosing this as it is undoubtedly best for both of us.
Another note, the tow company hired to tow the vehicle to another facility did not use a flat-bed tow truck. We notified Ms. ******* of this when the truck arrived and the towing proceeded. It was our impression that the tow was ordered by USAA Insurance company, we are unaware of a towing cost and amount to Ms. ******* and we have not been notified by USAA either way. I did not find a dollar amount on the complaint form.
We truly wish her well and hope she finds satisfaction with another facility and the repairs they perform.
Thank you for your time and consideration in this matter.
President and Second Generation Owner
Roth & Miller Autobody, Inc.
d.b.a. Fix Auto Portland East and
Fix Auto Gladstone
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