Welcome to 951 Mobile Mechanics
We were established in 1996 and have been the leading mobile mechanic ever since. We are part of the BAR (Bureau of Automotive Repairs). We offer onsite mobile services throughout Corona, Norco, Chino Hills, Chino, and Yorba Linda areas, making your repair convenient for you. We repair all makes and models and have a fully equipped truck to repair your vehicle whether at home or on the side of the road, which gives us the opportunity to provide professional mobile auto repair service.
Choosing the right mobile mechanic
Choosing the right mobile mechanic can be difficult. You have purchased or leased a car for your love and you depend on it to get to and from work or pick up the kids. You do not want someone to come out and create
a bigger problem than you already have. If you are dealing with a certified mechanic then they are part of the BAR (Bureau of Automotive Repairs), which shows that they have taken the necessary classes to be a certified mechanic, and also to stay a member, they must continuously take classes to learn all the new vehicles and repairs. They should never take shortcuts when it involves your vehicles.
951 Mobile Mechanics is a member of the BAR and always takes care of your repair. We stand by our words and our commitment to take care of all our clients with the highest quality repairs. Give us a call today and we can take care of you!
What is the hourly rate for a mobile mechanic?
An independent mobile mechanic service charges between $70-$90 per hour.
What is needed to start a mobile mechanic business?
You’ll need a set of mechanic’s tools, a multimeter (ohm/voltmeter), a diagnostic scanner, and of course a vehicle to carry them and you to jobs. You’ll also need a cellular phone so customers can call wherever you are and a flat-rate manual and onboard calculator for determining job charges.
What insurance do I need for mobile mechanic?
Mechanic liability insurance – For any mobile mechanic, public liability insurance should be a priority. This covers compensation and legal fees if a customer or member of the public has an accident and blames your business – for example, if they tripped over tools you left lying around.
Is it cheaper to go to a dealership or mechanic?
The best thing an automotive cheapskate with an old car can do is find an honest independent mechanic. Plus, indie mechanics are almost always cheaper than the dealership (although if they don’t know what they’re doing, obviously they can be more expensive because you’ll have to re-fix whatever they screwed up).
Can you trust a mobile mechanic?
A customer can completely trust the mechanics with their car. … Mobile auto-repair service should totally be trusted as the services they provide are hassle free and secure. The payment methods are transparent and the mechanics are best in the business at what they do.