GTA Online Auto Shop Service Guide

The Los Santos Tuners update for GTA Online has added a new property called the Auto Shop. This property, when purchased, allows players to take part in a variety of new missions. One of the new mission types unlocked through the Auto Shop is Auto Shop Service. This mission type tasks you with customizing a customers car to there specifications, then delivering it to them. To learn more about the process see our GTA Online Auto Shop service guide below.

How to Start Auto Shop Service Missions

Image showing message received in GTA Online to start Auto Shop mission.
Screenshot by Hold To Reset.

When you are out and about in the world of Los Santos you will be contacted by one of your employees named Sessanta. Sessanta will tell you that a car has arrived at the shop to be customized. Head to your Auto Shop and enter it when you receive this prompt to find the car inside.

How to Complete Auto Shop Service Missions

Image showing customization of car in GTA Online Auto Shop mission.
Screenshot by Hold To Reset.

Approach the car in your Auto Shop and interact with it to bring up the customization menu. While this menu is up you will see the different requests the customer makes for the car’s various parts. Make the required requests to complete the customization portion of the mission.

Once customization is completed you need to deliver the car to the customer. The delivery process can be done two ways: you make the delivery or your employee does. Having your employee make the delivery is a good time saver but there is a caveat. The employee will typically damage the car. Damaging the car lowers the value received for the job.

Regardless of what method you choose for delivery you stand to make about 25k per customer vehicle you complete. This low payment may not be worth the effort in my opinion as other money making ways yield higher returns.

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Eli McLean

Eli "Enricofairme" McLean is the Founder and lead writer on holdtoreset.com. He has been creating content about video games for the past 5 years. You can follow Eli on Twitter @enricofairme.

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3 responses

  1. Dolly says:

    I am still yet to get the text, which is annoying as hell

  2. Jaiden Wichelow says:

    Where is the customer actually at because I don’t see them on my map at all

  3. Jeffrey Morse says:

    So, I’m wondering, what’s the wait time to get a npc customer to drop off a car for you to work on? It’s really bugging me, lol

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