For more than 17 years, the technicians and sales associates at Nissan of Athens have outfitted motorists with new and preowned Nissans while taking care of cars with maintenance and detailing services. The showroom sparkles with factory-fresh cars, trucks, and SUVs flaunting odometers with plenty of zeros. Preowned vehicles come gift-wrapped in 84-month, 100,000-mile limited warranties that cover 603 components, giving drivers the peace of mind normally found only on roadside psychiatrist couches. The team keeps wheels rolling with factory-recommended maintenance and provides detailing services to keep the miles passing fashionably.
We are a full Service, Parts Department & Collision Center. We service all makes/models and have Certified Technicians and a Professional Staff. We also have certified trained diesel technicians. We also have a Quick Lane Service Center for added convenience.
For more than 20 years, the certified technicians at Dekra Emission Check have done one thing and done it well: superfast Georgia-state vehicle-emissions tests. Although most patrons choose to stay in the car and alphabetize their eight-track collection during the typically five-minute inspection, many of the growing list of almost 30 Atlanta-area locations feature an indoor lounge for auto owners to kick back in. If a vehicle’s emissions exceed the regulated limit, the team advises drivers of their options and performs a free retest at a later date.
Since its creation in 1925, Dekra Emission Check’s umbrella company, Dekra, has grown to include more than 30,000 employees in 50 countries. In addition to having performed more than three million vehicle inspections in the United States, the larger business offers services such as expert appraisals, industrial product testing and certifications, and management-system certifications.
With more than 26 years of auto experience under his belt, 20 of those in paintless dent repair, master technician John Dunn boasts ample expertise to head up Dingo's PDR, Paintless Dent Repair. His signature service stems from a technique used in '30s-era auto assembly lines, in which workers enlisted hand tools to gently force dimpled metal back to a smooth surface. Modern technicians sometimes reinforce the method with glue, ensuring the permanent removal of dings from hail, rocks, or falling bits of sky.
John also mends chipped windshields. Wielding a powerful resin, he easily erases pockmarks smaller than a dime, as long as they've yet to evolve into a full-fledged crack or black hole.