If you are thinking about hiring these guys, stop thinking and just do it! My IA wanted to pull the engine for overhaul (metal in the filter). After working with Savvy, my engine was not pulled and is working fine. This saved me enough to cover 35+ years of Savvy’s premium service.
Brent changed out the fuel pump yesterday. Mark changed out my transponder and updated the SkyBeacon software. Flew back home, and all was good. Thank you to everyone on the Savvy team for your help. I absolutely could not have made it home without you all!
My stall warning horn was stuck on when I started up my Mooney while on a trip. I called the SavvyBreakdown hotline and within five minutes was speaking to one of Savvy’s knowledgeable A&P/IAs. He helped me figure out how to silence the horn. and it worked correctly throughout the rest of my trip. Thanks to Savvy for the quick response. It’s great to know y’all have our backs!
The inoperative wing flaps on my Cirrus SR22 were solved by the $35 relay that my Savvy account manager Tom suggested, instead of the $1,500 actuator that was the Service Center’s proposed solution (and wouldn’t have fixed the problem). The Service Center personnel were grateful for Tom’s expert guidance. Me too!
While on vacation in Montana, my Cessna T210 had an alternator failure. I contacted my Savvy account manager and he took care of the problem with the local repair facility, while I was able to go about my vacation and enjoy myself. Not only did Savvy save me a bundle and relieve me of stress and hassle, but gave me confidence that the plane was being repaired properly. Savvy is worth it’s weight in gold!
Just two weeks after I signed up for Savvy, I found myself stranded at a remote airport on Thanksgiving weekend. My Savvy account manager quickly diagnosed the problem, recommended a repair. talked with the local mechanic, and researched needed part numbers. This turned a potential $1,000 repair into a $300 one, saving me far more than the cost of Savvy’s service. If you’re uncomfortable talking to A&Ps (like I am), you need Savvy!