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Certified by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence, Bob Sumerel Tire Company’s technicians tend to tires and auto innards with expert repairs and preventive maintenance on all makes and models. During one-hour oil changes, technicians anoint engines with fresh oil, ensuring that they run as reliably as a clock constantly consulting its day planner. A tire rotation swaps treads to even out wear distribution and keep spares waiting on their debuts.
The ASE-certified mechanics at AAA Car Care Plus revive winter-worn wagons with an array of preventative-care services, available for most domestic makes and models. The spring fuel-efficiency checkup, which lasts 90 minutes or less, begins with a lube and oil change, including a new oil filter and up to five quarts of conventional motor oil (a $21.64 value; synthetic oils are available for an additional fee). Next, motor maestros conduct a 39-point visual inspection (a $22.67 value), followed by an electronic battery starting and charging test (a $44.39 value). An auto doctor will diagnose brake-pad health via visual brake inspection (a $44.39 value), and administer a tire rotation to ensure safe tire pressure, tread depth, and sense of equlibrioception (an $18 value).
At Tincher Auto Group, owners Maria and Eric Tincher's team of certified technicians help keep vehicles running smoothly. The full-service shop features an array of maintenance and repair services, including oil changes and air-conditioning tune-ups. While vehicles are on the mend, guests can lounge on the waiting room's leather couch, watch TV, or browse the web using the shop's complimentary WiFi.
A grinning, toga-clad mascot hoists dinner entrees above his head on Funny Greek's illuminated outdoor sign, and pops out from a ship's steering wheel against the waves of the Aegean on the menu of Greek and American entrees. Soft, sliced pita bread envelopes beef tenderloin, chicken gyro meat, or crisp falafel topped with cucumber sauce and vegetables. The kitchen staff also prepares hot dogs with chili and cheese or Chicago style with hot peppers, tomatoes, and neon relish scooped from the jar by a gust of wind. Traditional Greek desserts, such as walnut, cinnamon, pecan, or chocolate-chip baklava, end meals on a sweet note.