|Turbo Auto Body|
|1722 International Blvd, Oakland, CA 94606|
|Tire Shop:(510) 534-1800|
Here now getting my door fixed after running into a pole. Door wouldn't open and now with the wonderful and kind Enoch it is all fixed and he didn't even charge me!!! I thought I was going to have to pay a lot and he's so nice he did it for free! What a guy! read more
The owner Enoch Shinn looked at our bumper, and soundly advised against bothering with it. But my wife's birthday is coming up. It's the car she uses and one gouge mark certainly was ugly. I say 'was' because Turbo did a terrific quick fix for a price way less than reasonable. read more
The moment I walked it I was greeted with a friendly smile and excellent customer service from Ashween! He was very kind and took great care in ordering the parts for my car and keeping me up to date in terms of when my car would be finished... read more
Turbo auto body did an amazing job refinishing my paint after it was scratched. They were amazing, providing a great service for a reasonable price. Enoch and his team were great to work with - highly recommend! read more
Big thanks to the owner of this shop for taking care of our car. He made us feel like family from day one. They did an excellent work on the vehicle. Turbo auto body has exceeded our expectations. We will do business here again. read more
The Daily Diagnostic
Oakland Launches 3-1-1 Service To Report Public Maintenance Issues
For potholes, vandalism, illegal dumping, street light outages and other issues with public property, the city of Oakland has a new solution: dial 3-1-1.
Oakland announced the new service at a news conference with Mayor Libby Schaaf on Monday, joining dozens of other cities in the US and Canada that use 3-1-1 to report maintenance problems.
Operators will be available from 8am to 4:30pm Monday through Friday. In other hours, callers can be connected with emergency dispatchers to report urgent issues, like traffic signal outages, 24 hours a day.
City officials are urging calls in particular for the most serious public maintenance problems that require immediate assistance, like objects blocking the roadway, fallen trees or branches, downed road signs, flooding, landslides and overflowing sewers.
In concert with the phone line, Oakland rolled out a new city website, 311.oaklandca.gov, an OAK 311 app available for Android and iOS phones, and an email address (OAK311@oaklandnet.com) where residents can send reports.
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