BATTERIES AND ELECTRICAL
You can have the most meticulously maintained vehicle on the road, but it won't start without the right battery – properly installed and appropriately fitted – for your driving needs. From ignition to door locks, your car battery allows you to get from point "A" to point "B." (more)
BELTS AND HOSES
Among all the equipment in your vehicle, belts and hoses have the shortest lifespan. These components often crack, leak, or fray due to their constant exposure to heat, vibration, and other harmful chemicals. If not promptly replaced and maintained, it could spell disaster for your vehicle's performance. (more)
Making sure your car is in running order is important. But not nearly as important as being able to safely stop your vehicle. (more)
With advanced control systems taking the place of simple engine components you need computerized analysis of your vehicle's control computer. Our factory-trained technicians provide these basic services.
A preventative cooling system maintenance check is recommended at least once every two years. Consult your vehicle owner's manual for specific guidelines. The cooling system inspection identifies areas that need attention. (more)
CV AND DRIVE AXLES
Your vehicle's axle must bear the weight of your vehicle (plus any cargo) along with the acceleration forces between you and the ground. Let us make sure it is up to the task.
Your car's exhaust system routes waste gases from the engine to the rear of the car, where they are released into the atmosphere. Exhaust gases can be hazardous if allowed to flow into your vehicle's cab. (more)
Keep your vehicle running and in good condition with regular oil changes. Depending on vehicle age or type, choosing the right oil will make the difference between getting to your destinations and breaking down. (more)
Your radiator is one of your vehicle's most vital components. A leak in your radiator can turn a messy situation into a major repair for your vehicle. Don't let it happen. (more)
Ensure maximum miles without major break-downs with routine car maintenance at 30,000, 60,000, and 90,000 miles. Scheduled maintenance allows us to do a point-by-point vehicle inspection, tune-up (spark plugs, filters, etc.), oil change, and transmission maintenance. Depending on your miles and the vehicle, we may change belts, re-time your vehicle, and test the battery.
Our professional staff carefully follows state regulations for vehicle inspections. We diligently check that your vehicle adheres to state safety mandates. If for some reason your vehicle does not meet regulation standards, our qualified staff will repair your vehicle and get you back on the road.
SUSPENSION, SHOCKS & STRUTS
Your car's suspension and steering system allows your wheels to move independently of the car, while keeping it "suspended" and stable. (more)
TIRE REPAIR / FLAT REPAIR
An improperly repaired tire may fail when driven at high speed causing loss of vehicle control. Flat or damaged tires need to be repaired by qualified personnel. (more)
The front tires on a front-wheel drive vehicle accelerate, steer, and help brake your vehicle. Front tires tend to wear down faster than rear tires. Typically rear wheel tires last twice as long as front wheel tires. Ideally, we recommend you replace all four tires at the same time. Rotating your tires helps ensure even wearing for all your tires. Contact our staff to get your tires rotated.
As the leading auto repair facility in the area we have relationships with the most reputable and reliable towing companies in the area. Contact us and we'll determine the best option and coordinate the required towing service / provider based on your unique situation.
The modern automatic transmission is the most complicated mechanical component in today's vehicle. With so many parts working together, this can lead to your transmission needing special attention. (more)
Maximize gas mileage and power, and increase the overall life of your vehicle, with regular tune ups. Tune ups should happen at least every 30,000 miles or every two years, depending on the age and mileage of the car. (more)