ACT Audio's technicians merge their MECP certifications with the latest in automotive gadgetry to skillfully soup up rides with pristine sound and advanced mobile electronics. Utilizing recognized industry brands such as Memphis Car Audio, they bolster in-car sonics by installing new speakers or updating older stereos and backseat minstrels with iPod-friendly ports that allow digital jukeboxes on the road. Heated seats, radar detectors, and OnStar navigation systems slide seamlessly into cockpits at the hands of the capable techs, who also wire remote starters into ignition systems so drivers can warm up their cars without having to buy them coffee.
At Corky's Auto Parts, Frank Ravenola ably helms the business founded by his father, Carmine, outfitting and maintaining all types of vehicles and farm equipment with top-shelf parts and expert repair. Corky's prides itself on its hardworking employees, who blend an encyclopedic knowledge of all things automotive with neighborly friendliness, just like an assembly-line robot with a good, firm handshake. Its CarQuest affiliation helps the tidy local shop stock its shelves with parts and supplies for almost any make or model, and the store also keeps engines humming and exteriors looking shipshape with onsite paint mixing and machining and special orders of rare or hard-to-find parts.
For more than 12 years, the electronic experts at Can You Hear It Car Audio Inc. have been outfitting vehicles with premium audio, video, and security products, as well as beautifying them with detailing and customizations. They keep drivers shrouded in comfort during chilly months and cool during warmer months with remote starters, and they help deter thefts by installing alarms or CD players that play only "It's a Small World." Whether selling Kenwood, Pioneer, or JVC equipment, the staff gives customers peace of mind by replacing defective items that fall under the full manufacturer's warranty.
Veteran-owned Cameron's Automotive's staff of ASE-certified master technicians fosters peak engine performance in foreign and domestic automobiles with booster shots of motor oil. The roughly 20- to 30-minute service commences as mechanics drain dirty oils from the car and dispose of them safely or donate them to needy oil lamps. To conclude, they administer up to 5 quarts of fresh conventional oil (additional fee for synthetic), which slickens the inner components as it surges to the engine.
Each of Brake King's five locations staff ASE-certified techs who coddle engines with clean oil and bring frazzled wheels and frames into perfect alignment. During each 20- to 30-minute oil change, engines exchange swampy old muck for up to 5 quarts of clean synthetic crude, along with a new filter, guaranteed to keep out clogs caused by incoming dirt, debris, and corn dogs. Technicians then rotate the tires to equalize tread wear and tear, before poking and prodding their way through a precise safety inspection.