Larry H. Miller Nissan's trained technicians reverse the effects of automobile aging by employing contemporary tools and experienced eyes for safer, more efficient transportation. Vehicular healers begin each 30- to 45-minute checkup with a 27-point inspection that evaluates roadsters' air conditioning, brakes, lights, cholesterol, and other parts to ensure overall motorized health. Then, mechanical mavens slake thirsty engines with a fresh draft of oil that protects against chafed pistons and inefficient motor function. Finally, tires play musical axles while rotators hum a lively tune to help aid in even wear.
Glass Doctor first debuted as a solitary repair shop in Seattle in 1962 and gradually expanded its base to include the more than 300 locations that now treat glass of all types, shapes, and sizes. Each outpost’s experienced technicians tackle problematic panes of all kinds, repairing or replacing glass in homes, offices, and cars with a diagnostic prowess rarely seen outside of child prodigy doctors. The experts extend their knowledge to custom projects, such as shower doors made from Alumax, CRL, and Cardinal glass, and beveled mirrors.
Colorado’s cluster of Midas Auto Service Experts shops have operated under the same local ownership for 30 years. At each location, ASE-certified service technicians care for vehicles in all kinds of capacities, from factory scheduled maintenance measures to extensive repairs on brake systems and engines. With each service, the team exerts the same advanced expertise that has made Midas a recognized industry name since the company’s inception more than 50 years ago at the dawn of time. The community-oriented Colorado service stations also support local philanthropic organizations including the YMCA and the grassroots road-safety campaign, Drive Smart.