ROAD MECHANIC  Lawn Mower Repair

Repairs on all makes and models of non-commercial lawn mowers

Lakeland Florida


LAKELAND SERVICE AREA



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Mobile Repair Hours for 2017

Monday - Friday

9:00 am - 3:00 pm

Arrival time for the the last service call of the day is 1:00


Saturday & Sunday

9:00 am - 1:00 pm

Closed Holidays

Service Calls

Service call are scheduled by appointment within three days


Arrival times are scheduled within a two hour window   


No emergency (same day) service calls are scheduled


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No Trip Charges

No travel charges or trip fees within our service area



 Service Area 

Diagnostic Charge

Diagnostic charge applies to all lawn mowers inspected


Diagnostic or troubleshooting labor rate is $40.00 an hour billed in 1/4 hour increments


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Labor Rate as of 5/2017


Repair Labor Rates


YOU ARE NOT CHARGED BY THE HOUR FOR REPAIRS


We do have a $45.00 minimum service call labor charge


 Labor Charges Page 


After the diagnosis or inspection you will receive an Itemized written quote for your approval. 


Quotes are based on a repair labor rate of $60.00 an hour quoted in 15 minute increments.

Declined Repair


Declined, postponed or if you decide to complete the repair yourself you are charged the $45.00 minimum labor charge

Payment is due on completion of the written quote

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New Lawn Mower Owners refer to your owner's manual for the engine manufactures first recommend oil change, (usually within a few hours of use). Even if do your own maintenance, no receipts may cause engine warranty issues.

The following tips are not a guarantee your equipment will not break down, but is intended to help you avoid unnecessary breakdowns and repairs.


MAINTENANCE TIP #1  Fuel Stabilizer

Our #1 service call is gummed up carburetors due to bad fuel 

Gas breaks down after 3 months and will leave a varnish like coating in your carburetor and fuel system

Common problems are not starting or starting and stalling

Adding a fuel stabilizer in your gas container or equipment will preserve the fuel up to a year

Fuel stabilizer can be purchased at any home improvement or auto parts store

Note: add fuel stabilizer to fresh fuel only. 


ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE TIP #2  Weak or Bad Batteries

Weak or dead batteries that need to be charged or jumped started on a regular basis will eventually cause electrical components failure.

Common component failure starter motors, starter solenoids, blown fuses and on rare occasions key switch failure.


MOWER MAINTENANCE TIP #3  Push Mower Blade

Push & self propelled mower blades

Blade inspection is essential on push mowers, more so then on riding mowers.

A bent, damaged or unbalanced mower blade is the most common cause of push mower vibrations, cracked decks or premature engine failure 


MOWER MAINTENANCE TIP #4  Riding Mower Blades

Lawn tractors & Zero turn mowers 

Bent, damaged or chipped blades will cause a deck vibration that may not be noticeable. 

Vibration will cause the deck components including the belt(s) to wear out prematurely

Note: mower leaving strips of uncut grass, blade ends are worn or bent 


ENGINE MAINTENANCE TIP #5  Oil Changes 

Changing the engine oil in a small engine seasonally is extremely important even if the oil still looks golden in color

Fresh engine oil not only lubricates but helps cool the engine

Check your engine oil during the season not only for the level but the color. If the oil is, or turns dark black it should be changed immediately


MOWER MAINTENANCE TIP #6  Cleaning Riding Mowers

Highly recommend using compressed air or a leaf blower to clean off your riding mower after each use.

The most common problems encountered from hosing down a riding mower after each use is electrical shorts and rusted spindle bearings 

Note: To prevent rust related problems, your lawn mower should to be stored dry


Utility Trailer #7  Wheel Bearings

The most overlooked and the number one roadside breakdowns of utility trailers are worn or dry wheel bearings.

Wheel bearings should be check or repacked every few years, more often if used on a regular basis.