Texas Toyota of Grapevine boasts an inventory of new Toyotas and used vehicles, sold and tended to at the dealership. Under the new management of Chris Grady, the business helps road-ready customers buy cars in two hours, and experienced technicians and a parts-and-service staff keep cars as healthy as a newborn Flintstones vitamin.
Drawing on half a century of automotive service, Midas helps drivers to prolong vehicle vigour with factory-recommended maintenance services. Mechanics pop car hoods to perform oil changes with standard and temperature-durable synthetic solutions, taking time to inspect belts, hoses, fluids, and the air conditioner's resident penguin. Armed with efficient catalytic converters built to U.S. EPA standards, the staff helps to shrink harmful emissions during muffler and exhaust-system checks. Trained technicians augment brake services with lifetime guarantees and curate healthy, evenly worn tires with rotations or replacements from Goodyear, Michelin, Firestone, and Bridgestone.
Since its inception more than 30 years ago, Just Brakes has expanded from one auto shop to more than 160 outposts across eight states. At every location, ASE-certified technicians maintain vehicle safety with professional brake services including a lifetime warranty on parts, labor and platonic love. Though their specialty is brakes, the techs also perform routine maintenance and repairs such as oil changes, suspension repair, and belt replacement.
Sun Masters Automotive’s technicians revamp vehicles from the inside out. They turn cars into mobile concert halls with Sony and Pioneer sound systems, equip them with video systems and GPS navigators, and give them the wherewithal to protect their new gadgetry with name-brand alarm systems. Further security comes in the form of tinted window film, which not only restores privacy to drivers and their electronics, but also gives the vehicle a stylish new look that can distract radar guns. Technicians also armor cars with paint protectants that minimize scratches and fading, and plaster energy-saving tinted films on residential and commercial buildings.
Per its name, Glass Doctor of North Texas heals broken glass in cars and homes with a combination of mobile and in-store services. Skilled technicians zoom to accident sites 24/7, tending to cracks and shattered panes with supplies from their emergency vehicles. Their ministrations range from replacing broken windows with plywood to measuring openings for new glass and placing rush orders. As they work, they tread carefully in clients’ spaces, wearing shoe covers and conducting meticulous cleanups, rather than just sweeping debris in piles shaped like mocking smiley faces.
For less immediate repairs and a more comprehensive selection of auto glass to choose from, patrons can stop by one of the franchise’s more than 275 locations throughout the US and Canada. The staff guide clients through the nuanced pros and cons of their varied glass panels, which run the gamut from tinted and energy-saving glass to insulated glass, which keeps homes warm more safely than burning curtains.