First Class Sedan’s prompt and professional drivers helm the wheels of plush stretch limos, Town Cars, and luxury SUVs while passengers sink into the well-manicured backseats. Servicing both business and leisure needs, chauffeurs transport customers to the airport or a business meeting, parade bachelorette parties across town, and lead groups on tours through the wine valleys of Napa or the landmarks of San Francisco.
Car problems are unavoidable yet unexpected, so Brothers Auto Center's crew try to alleviate a stressful situation with expedient, reliable service. Collision repairs are a specialty, and the team has been known to return crumpled-up hoods and scratched fenders to like-new condition. They can replace cracked windows and windshields, and smooth out exteriors with paintless dent-removal.
Brothers Auto Center also performs maintenance services, including oil changes and suspension and wheel alignment. Auto detailing keeps interiors and exteriors in pristine condition, and headlight restoration increases drivers' ability to see the road at night or if they accidentally drive into a black-and-white movie.
Encircling the Bay Area with its attentive brand of customer service, San Francisco Car Care keeps customers mobile with a wide variety of automotive repair capabilities. The team's expertise starts at the tires. They deal with leading manufacturers such as Michelin, BFGoodrich, and Uniroyal when folks need replacements. But their expertise also lies in helping people prolong that inevitability with tire rotation, computer balancing, and ancient rubber-protecting hexes. Owners can also bring their sickly cars in for procedures ranging from oil changes and tune ups to transmission repairs.
Sam Meineke opened his three-bay muffler shop in 1972 with a single product line, and through time, he and his successors have expanded the business into a complete automotive car-care center. Today, nearly 900 franchise owners operate their locations around the globe, still standing on the firm foundation of Sam's ideal of nursing vehicles back to health at fair prices. Meineke Auto Repair's mechanics perform an array of services, keeping rides running in show-room condition with tune-ups, 23-point inspections, and tire rotations.
Surprisingly enough, it's not how a car looks that will betray whether or not it needs to be waxed—it's how it sounds. If it squeaks when you run a clean, dry terry cloth over the hood, that's a sure sign it needs a fresh coat. This is the kind of expert advice the Ducky's Car Wash team has accrued across 20 years spent caring for vehicles all around San Francisco. And it's not just cars they care for, they also keep an eye out for the environment by reclaiming, filtering, and reusing around 80% of their water. And, they also collect all the runoff from the biodegradable cleaners and waxes they use into their own underground tanks for eco-friendly disposal.
Further more, those cleaners and waxes are measured precisely using computerized equipment, a process designed to minimize waste during Ducky's soft-cloth washes. Technicians also perform an extensive selection of detailing services, including conditioning leather seats, removing oxidation from exteriors, and shampooing carpets, floor mats, and back seat bear skin rugs.
The staff at California Collision and Repair has both the knowledge and the technology to keep cars running and looking great. For decades, the experienced technicians and estimators have been working with insurance companies to perform major and minor bodywork on all makes and models. The 8,000-square-foot facility houses two Genesis Easy Liner machines with a computerized laser measuring system for vehicle restoration, and the eco-friendly, low-VOC Glasurit Waterborne paint system for smoothing over dings or redecorating exteriors with specialty paint jobs.
In the interest of customer convenience, the crew sends their own in-house flatbed tow truck to quickly respond to emergencies, then keeps guests cozy in a clean waiting area and three conference rooms. The friendly staff can also board automobiles and drop patrons off at San Francisco International Airport, making sure their car goes to bed before 11 each night they are out of town.