Pitstop Lube and Tune's technicians keep automobiles running smoothly as they carry on a company legacy of top-notch service that spans more than two decades. After cars enter a four-bay center, techs can drain old oil, inspect systems, and administer tune-ups with the aid of computerized equipment. Aside from routine maintenance, the crew also completes in depth repairs such as replacing transmissions and reshoeing all of an engine's horses.
Founded in 1975 by Brendan Donnelly and now run by Brendan’s son and daughter, Brendan's Service Station and Brendan's Utopia Mobil extend the life of automobiles with maintenance services performed at the hands of ASE–certified mechanics. After apprenticing under their father, the brother-and-sister team took up the mantle of automotive care in 1995, overseeing speedy oil changes, tire rotations, and tune-ups that reduce the ravages of time, heat, and moving mechanical parts. The talented team plies its trade with a professional and amiable air, repairing engines or executing factory-scheduled maintenance with the benefit of years of on-the-job experience and a strong affinity for the smell of gasoline.
Cars face a constant battle with the elements from the moment they roll of the lot. Mud. Salt. Melted caramel. All of these things threaten to sully a once-vibrant paint job. However, the detailing experts at Amazon Grand Auto Wash don't sweat these adversaries. Three levels of car washes, three levels of detailing packages, and upgraded options, such as hand washes, keep automobiles clean both inside and out. In addition to standard services such as shampooing fabric and waxing exteriors, they also administer specialty treatments such as the DrivePur system, which eliminates odors and germs.
Jay Leno and Ralph Lauren may each own a lot of cars, but their fleets are nothing compared to the number of vehicles Impark Parking must protect in a single day. The company operates more than 2,000 parking facilities in 34 cities throughout North America, from Atlanta to Baltimore to Winnipeg. That accounts for nearly half a million parking spots in total, a far cry from the single lot that Impark?then known as Imperial Parking?started out with. Today, more than 50 years later, it operates as a fully integrated company with expertise in garage management, carbon neutral practices, and recycling.
For the auto technicians at A Touch of Class, cars that roll off the assembly line aren't finished?they're a blank canvas. The team augments cars, trucks, and SUVs with an assortment of aftermarket parts and accessories designed to enhance appearance and performance. Security systems alert owners of tampering and subwoofers thud with chunky bass beats. LED lights, bull bars, and chrome covers wait to spruce up exteriors.
Across North America, Impark operates more than 2,000 parking facilities encompassing 450,000 spaces—enough to accommodate the entire population of Equatorial Guinea, if it agreed to carpool. The company welcomes drivers in 34 cities, including New York City, Toronto, and Seattle.