In desperation I called Mohr's at one of the lowest points of my life. Living out of my van in a Walmart parking lot , it wouldn't start and I was asked to move it. I had maybe a dollar to my name and I called Mohr's to try to figure out an estimate on how much I would need to scramble for to get it moved. Shane told me it was 100 for a diagnosis. I didn't have that nor could I afford a tow. He told me he could come by and pull my van into another spot in about 30 minutes. I wasn't asking for this but he offered it very kindly. He came right on time, moved my van and expected nothing in return. I said I'd get my repairs done by Mohr's when I had the money and that I'd make sure to give him a tip. Later that day, sitting in my van with nowhere else to go, I saw his truck pull up next to me. He asked if I was hungry. I said, no actually I get food from the food bank. I had been eating canned food and crackers basically. He said he had fresh barbecue and I couldn't turn that down. He gave me a plate of fresh, still hot, brisket and another plate of sausages. Two packages of Hawaiian buns. Plates. Napkins. Forks. And two bottles of barbecue sauce. He apologized for not having a better container to give me the meat in. I was near tears at this kindness. I have yet to get the money to get my car fixed but I will recommend Mohr's to anyone who asks because it employs someone like him.
Thank you so much for the review! We are very fortunate to have Shane working with us.
- Mohr's Automotive