The factory-trained technicians at Chaparral Buick GMC keep vehicles of all makes and models running smoothly with a bevy of lube, oil, and filter services. After sucking used and abused oil out of motors, the mechanics replace it with up to five quarts of fresh, nonsynthetic motor juice. The procedure also includes the installation of a new ACDelco filter, which keeps automobiles' innards free of contaminants and denies entry to shrunken, magical school buses. Auto whisperers go above and beyond the oil change's call of duty by performing a vehicle inspection, checking all fluid levels, belts, and hoses as well as lubricating hinges, suspensions, and drivelines.
Beginning with its grand opening on December 5th, Smart Auto's technicians will facilitate smooth, trouble-free traveling with skilled oil transfusions. During the roughly 30-minute service, mechanics cajole embittered fluids from the car and replace them with up to 5 quarts of fresh conventional oil. Next, staffers shuffle tires during the rotation to equalize tread wear and force hubcaps to socialize. Additionally, the team will set out on a 27-point trip around the vehicle, stopping to take a hard look at crucial components to validate the safety of the automobile and assess the state of its performance.
Birds and Clays, Inc. equips 12 forested stations with automatic traps that shoot sporting-clay targets high in the air, where they attempt to evade hunters’ bullets with swift, aerial maneuvers. Sporting clay professionals acquaint visiting duos with their weapons and equipment before waving them on to solve vendettas against clay in a manner that doesn’t terrorize local pottery shops. Trappers man the stations and load six to eight disks at each as guests take aim, hoping to shatter as many proxy pigeons as possible before heading through the woods to the next station. A limited number of golf carts swiftly shuttle patrons between stations when available, and cartless dischargers can trek the woodsy paths via foot or off-roading skateboards.
Speedee Oil Change first opened its doors more than 30 years ago, right around the time when corner gas stations began trading their garage bays for the wide aisles and refrigerators of a mini mart. With automotive service stations in decline, the first location in Metairie, Louisiana, stepped in to take care of car owners with simple lube jobs and general tune-ups. Speedee expanded to offer a full range of services including working on brakes, power steering, and transmissions, among other things. Locally owned franchises now service roadsters in 20 states, supplying drivers with ASE–certified technicians who pamper vehicles with 17-point oil changes and immunizations against rusty nails.
In 1950, John Searcy loaded up his pickup truck with car batteries and began peddling his wares to wholesalers. Two years later, John formalized his operation and began Interstate All Battery Center, a battery retailer and service center that spans the continent from Austin to Anchorage powering cars, hearing aids, and cameras. Interstate All Battery Center charges gadgets and vehicles with more than 16,000 types of power solutions, and eases environmental taxes on the planet with a robust battery-recycling system. In a year, Interstate All Battery Center recycled 850 million pounds of batteries—just enough energy to grant immortality to one Furby.
The knowledgeable technicians at Mountain View Tire keep cars running reliably with tire maintenance and other auto services, from basic oil changes to computerized engine analysis. Onsite emission testing keeps drivers on the road, and air-conditioning maintenance prevents cars from veering into roadside waterfalls during warm weather. The shops stock all major tire brands, such as Goodyear and Michelin, and adeptly service most makes and models.