With America's Best Car Care Plan, ASE-certified technicians keep autos running smoothly by injecting car insides with up to 5 quarts of clean conventional oil (upgrades to synthetic require additional charges) and performing a host of auto-maintenance services. Brake inspections and adjustments grant drivers the peace of mind that cars are safe and equipped for inclement weather and duck-crossing signs that come out of nowhere. Two tire rotations ensure automotive equilibrium can find long-lasting balance and tire grooves wear evenly.
In order to remove every speck of dirt from vehicles and return them to their factory-fresh shine, Dave's Hand Car Wash and Detailing foregoes machines and brushes in favor of agile hands and precise q-tips. Technicians turn all ten fingers toward scrubbing filth from the inside and out, removing surface dirt before rebuilding the glossy sheen with hand wax and clay bars and sprucing up the cabin with shampoo. In addition to wash and detail packages, they cleanly restore filmy headlights and remove unwanted decals and bumper stickers from failed class-president campaigns. While the technicians clean autos, boats, and motorcycles, motorists can take a break in the waiting lounge or grab a drink and a bite at the nearby Starbucks or Subway.
The deft technicians at 15th Street Automotive have helped to earn it an ASE Blue Seal of Excellence by bolstering automobiles with booster shots of oil and seasonal-preparation packages. During each oil change, a mechanic drains damaged fluids from the car and replaces them with up to five quarts of clean oil, which slicken metallic organs as they swim toward the engine. After installing a new filter, technicians top off fluid reservoirs and take trained glances at safety features during a visual inspection.
Whether repairing transmissions, clutches, or brakes, Auburn Transmissions & Auto Repairs’ mechanics use their combined 20 years of experience to diagnose auto ailments. In addition to repairs, they also offer life-extending maintenance services, such as oil changes, tune-ups, and inspections.
The ASE-certified technicians at Valley Automotive can never really graduate from school. Every staff member undergoes a mandatory 50 hours of training each year, learning about all the advancements and quirks of fresh vehicle models so that they can better receive them for treatment. Their services encompass basic procedures—oil changes, wheel alignment, and maintenance inspections—as well as more complex electric and automotive repairs. Flushes for brake fluid, transmission fluid, and cooling systems de-gunk their patients' many pipes, and prepurchase exams inform guests of malfunctions before they buy rings for new rides.
In the interest of convenience, the shop provides a shuttle service and loaner cars for clients whose buggies need extended stays. Its website also compiles frequently asked questions and guidelines for prolonged automobile life. Guideline suggestions include reducing the weight in your vehicle by unloading the trunk, cleaning mud from the undercarriage, and refusing to pick up even the loneliest-looking boulders. These tips speak to the trust-based approach of employees, who, in addition to enjoying 4x4 jaunts and customizing their own cars, prioritize professionalism over quick fixes.