Took my truck in on the 1st part of August for some service issues, on August 22, 2018 said the truck was fixed. Upon inspection of the truck, my wife found a screw ran through the paint, from the back side where they overthighted the antenna mount, she pointed it out and they said, "yes, we did it, we will fix it." They contacted me, and said here is the name of the shop in Jay, Ok they will take care of it. After, looking the shop up on Facebook, and Google reviews it was no, more than a home garage, with no paint or bake booth, and he had photos of silver cars (which is the color of my truck) he had fixed, and nothing matched. My truck had no more than 14,000 miles on it, and has been kept in a garage, there's no way Joe's shade tree paint shop is going to touch it, I contacted Hometown and relayed this information and said I would get estimates. I brought in 2 estimates a few days later, and agreed to have the lower one fix it, but the catch was they didn't want to pay until after it was fixed and by credit card. I contact the shop they said no to the credit card. I contact hometown again a relayed this info, so I contacted the other shop, they also refused to accept a credit card because of fees. By, this time it has been, months and my truck is still damaged. I make a few trip simply asking for a check or cash so I can have my truck fix, since they damaged it. They absolutely fused, dictating to me, how my truck will be fixed. If I would have damaged their loaner vehicle, do you think they would of allowed me to dictate to them how it was fixed? Finally on January 8 2019, I found a shop that would fix my truck before getting paid first. Not only did hometown hold the check, they made them come and pick it up, and wanted to see the 1099 form. This a complete joke for a dealership, do yourself a favor drive to Miami, Claremore, or Pryor, they are a complete joke for a dealership, and will hopefully soon be out of business! Oh, yeah the truck still has the same issues I took it in with.