Review: Don's Chevron
Shane

Haslet, TX

#1 Mar 1, 2013
Only stop here to enjoy the donuts next door. Went here for a state inspection and they failed it for window tent being to dark, then charged full price. If the windows were too dark, the place I went to 5 minutes later would have failed it also. I have also been pulled over twice by state troopers that have never mentioned the window tent. Don's one employee (the person who failed my vehicle) just might be the reason the place goes out of business). He seemed miserable and seemed to like others feel the same.
BMW

Fort Worth, TX

#2 Mar 2, 2013
Don's does good work, and they are about the only people left who will smile and care. Others just hire some unhappy high school girl to work the register, talk on the phone, and not find your keys when they're done. If you met Boyd, he's a little rough looking, but please give him a break. He is a damn good mechanic and a very loyal employee. He had colon cancer last year and has looked better since his surgery, but he's a mechanic doing labor in the hot and cold every day. He didn't even take off work until right before the surgery because he wanted and needed to work. Anyway, he's just doing his job on the tint, so give him some respect. Colon cancer is no easy thing, and he's lucky to have come out of it, and then go ASAP back to work. Could you or would you have done that? That's loyalty and class, even of you do look a little rough.
Norman

Dallas, TX

#3 Mar 4, 2013
Shane wrote:
Only stop here to enjoy the donuts next door. Went here for a state inspection and they failed it for window tent being to dark, then charged full price. If the windows were too dark, the place I went to 5 minutes later would have failed it also. I have also been pulled over twice by state troopers that have never mentioned the window tent. Don's one employee (the person who failed my vehicle) just might be the reason the place goes out of business). He seemed miserable and seemed to like others feel the same.
The window "tint" is a state law that protects law enforcement when they approach your vehicle. The second place passed you because their employee wasn't as particular. If you are stopped by a trooper with time on his hands, you will get a ticket.
And every inspection sticker place takes full price even if you fail the inspection. That is the law too.
Just a person

Arlington, TX

#4 Mar 4, 2013
Shane wrote:
Only stop here to enjoy the donuts next door. Went here for a state inspection and they failed it for window tent being to dark, then charged full price. If the windows were too dark, the place I went to 5 minutes later would have failed it also. I have also been pulled over twice by state troopers that have never mentioned the window tent. Don's one employee (the person who failed my vehicle) just might be the reason the place goes out of business). He seemed miserable and seemed to like others feel the same.
I would suggest you stop by one of the DPS offices (we have 2. North is in about the 200 block of Ft Worth Highway and South is on Bowie just south of Shirley Hall Middle School and have them check your tinting with their light emiting meter. If your tinting is that close it could get you arrested and put in jail by some of the smaler police agencies. Just because you got a "inspection sticker" does not mean you are legal.
"Only stop here to enjoy the donuts next door" so you are 400 lbs.
Trying to abibe by state law, I also get this well some one will do it.
To my way of thinking, you are an "ass" always trying to skirt laws. You don't care what happens to someone if they choose to disobey the rules they need to do business by as the stste outlines it. As long you get your way. Screw you and the Jolly Roger you rode in on.
Now, as fat as Don's Station, really nice people and law abiding. One of the last places that "help little old ladies out"
Shane

Haslet, TX

#5 Mar 9, 2013
BMW wrote:
Don's does good work, and they are about the only people left who will smile and care. Others just hire some unhappy high school girl to work the register, talk on the phone, and not find your keys when they're done. If you met Boyd, he's a little rough looking, but please give him a break. He is a damn good mechanic and a very loyal employee. He had colon cancer last year and has looked better since his surgery, but he's a mechanic doing
labor in the hot and cold every day. He didn't even take off work until right before the surgery because he wanted and needed to work.
Anyway, he's just doing his job on the tint, so give him some respect. Colon cancer is no easy thing, and he's lucky to have come out of it, and
then go ASAP back to work. Could you or would
you have done that? That's loyalty and class,
even of you do look a little rough.
I did not say he looked rough. I just stated my opinion of the place. That's horrible about the cancer. I hate that for anyone.
Shane

Haslet, TX

#6 Mar 9, 2013
Just a person wrote:
<quoted text>
I would suggest you stop by one of the DPS offices (we have 2. North is in about the 200 block of Ft Worth Highway and South is on Bowie just south of Shirley Hall Middle School and have them check your tinting with their light emiting meter. If your tinting is that close it could get you arrested and put in jail by some of the smaler police agencies. Just because you got a "inspection sticker" does not mean you are legal.
"Only stop here to enjoy the donuts next door"
so you are 400 lbs.
Trying to abibe by state law, I also get this well some one will do it.
To my way of thinking, you are an "ass" always trying to skirt laws. You don't care what happens
to someone if they choose to disobey the rules they need to do business by as the stste outlines it. As long you get your way. Screw you and the Jolly Roger you rode in on.
Now, as fat as Don's Station, really nice people
and law abiding. One of the last places that "help little old ladies out"
"Just a person" you need a hug and maybe some spelling lessions. No need to get personal. Those donuts next door really are good. You should grab some. I get them all the time for me and my horse.
Shane

Haslet, TX

#7 Mar 9, 2013
Norman wrote:
<quoted text>
The window "tint" is a state law that protects law enforcement when they approach your vehicle. The second place passed you because their employee wasn't as particular. If you are stopped by a trooper with time on his hands, you will get a ticket.
And every inspection sticker place takes full price even if you fail the inspection. That is the law too.
Thanks for the input and you are right. I still think I will go to the second place first next time. Thanks again.
BMW

Fort Worth, TX

#8 Mar 10, 2013
I was just letting you know, not meaning to offend you. Yes, I do like them but don't use them every time.
Just a person-- get some mental help.

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