pro tech auto sales
twice shy

Brooklyn, NY

#1 Apr 30, 2013
Thinking of buying a vehicle here and just wanted to see if they are a good place or not..
Pat

Point Pleasant, WV

#2 May 1, 2013
twice shy wrote:
Thinking of buying a vehicle here and just wanted to see if they are a good place or not..
No I dont think so.
twice shy

Brooklyn, NY

#3 May 1, 2013
Can you tell me why? I really don't want to regret deing with them..
batman

Washington, PA

#4 May 3, 2013
Most of there cars have too many miles for the price they want..if financing is the problem u shud chek superior toyota or warner kia...better cars and have gauranteed financing.
Guy

United States

#5 May 3, 2013
Most used car lots have guaranteed financing these days. The rates are high but if you have bad credit you don't have a lot of choices.
yes

Bellevue, WA

#6 May 3, 2013
I bought an oldsmobile aurora from pro tech. It turned out to be an excellent car. Pro tech is a pretty good place to get a car. One place i advise you NOT to buy a car is Sundowners. Or it will be Brokedowners before Sundown. Thanks have a great day. Hope this helps!
IMO

Fairmont, WV

#7 May 9, 2013
Don't buy anything from number one used auto cars are junk and the owner is a jerk.
Dave

Parkersburg, WV

#8 May 23, 2013
ALL of the places mentioned in this thread get most of their vehicles from the big auto auction places in the region (Columbus, Shinnston, et cetera). Which isn't that big of a deal, really, except that they generally have spent less than a quarter of what they sell the vehicles for. And when you add to that the interest rates on those guaranteed-financing "deals" that are comparable to those usury credit cards that get issued to extremely high-risk people, interest rates that are so high that they still make money hand over fist even if roughly 2/3 of the people default on them, well... It's not a crime - but it should be.

Just purchase a vehicle from a private seller. You'll often - not always, of course, but often - get a better vehicle, one that has been taken care of, and you can always spend $100-$300 (depending on exactly what you want done and who you have do it) for a detail job if you would like the paint compounded/glazed/waxed and the interior scrubbed/shampooed. Put the 30%-60% you saved in the bank - where it can be earning interest - against the day that you have to perform maintenance on the vehicle. Or do the same thing and deposit what you would have had to spend on a monthly payment to go along with it and use the money to purchase an even better vehicle in two or three years. That's how you actually end up getting a better vehicle instead of getting stuck driving the same class of junk(+/-) all your life.
Maybe

Marietta, OH

#9 Nov 20, 2013
Some of their cars do have a lot of miles on them, but that is how used car lots go unfortunately.

I see they have a site now protechautosalesinc (don't think I can put (dot and com)in there, like a link I don't know the rules) but some of them have some decent miles.
jimdandee

Marietta, OH

#10 Nov 21, 2013
Dave wrote:
ALL of the places mentioned in this thread get most of their vehicles from the big auto auction places in the region (Columbus, Shinnston, et cetera). Which isn't that big of a deal, really, except that they generally have spent less than a quarter of what they sell the vehicles for. And when you add to that the interest rates on those guaranteed-financing "deals" that are comparable to those usury credit cards that get issued to extremely high-risk people, interest rates that are so high that they still make money hand over fist even if roughly 2/3 of the people default on them, well... It's not a crime - but it should be.

Just purchase a vehicle from a private seller. You'll often - not always, of course, but often - get a better vehicle, one that has been taken care of, and you can always spend $100-$300 (depending on exactly what you want done and who you have do it) for a detail job if you would like the paint compounded/glazed/waxed and the interior scrubbed/shampooed. Put the 30%-60% you saved in the bank - where it can be earning interest - against the day that you have to perform maintenance on the vehicle. Or do the same thing and deposit what you would have had to spend on a monthly payment to go along with it and use the money to purchase an even better vehicle in two or three years. That's how you actually end up getting a better vehicle instead of getting stuck driving the same class of junk(+/-) all your life.
You're a farking genius! Lol
hobiedan

Ravenswood, WV

#11 Nov 25, 2013
These "buy here, pay here" lots down payments on a vehicle are exactly what the lot has in the car. Everything above the "down payment " is gravy. Sometimes they sell, repo, and sell the same car over and over. Ripoff city.
jimdandee

Marietta, OH

#12 Nov 25, 2013
hobiedan wrote:
These "buy here, pay here" lots down payments on a vehicle are exactly what the lot has in the car. Everything above the "down payment " is gravy. Sometimes they sell, repo, and sell the same car over and over. Ripoff city.
I would suggest that you pay your bills on time and maintain a good credit rating and you won't have to be concerned with the practices of a buy here pay here lot
unhappy customer

United States

#13 Jan 25, 2014
I have bought a few cars from Pro tech and believe it or not the cheaper the car the better it is I bout 3 cars there for less than a thousand dollars and they were great but then decided I wanted a van and paid over 4000 for it and it was a piece of crap...I had to get a sticker on it when I bought it and it was denied 3 different times so I took it back to them and they told me they would get it inspected well after 3 hours of waiting in there nasty filthy office with that Bitch secretary they finally came back with my van...Well about 2 weeks later I got pulled over and guess what the inspection sticker didn't go to the van it was stolen...imagine that...needless to say the van got towed and they never got the rest of there money...I would not advise going there but to each there own

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