Drawing on half a century of automotive service, the family owned and operated Midas helps drivers to prolong vehicle vigor with factory-recommended maintenance services. Mechanics pop car hoods to perform oil changes with standard and temperature-durable synthetic solutions, taking time to inspect belts, hoses, fluids, and the air conditioner's resident penguin. Armed with efficient catalytic converters built to US EPA standards, the staff helps to shrink harmful emissions during muffler and exhaust-system checks. Trained technicians augment brake services with lifetime guarantees and curate healthy, evenly worn tires with rotations or replacements from Goodyear, Michelin, Firestone, and Bridgestone.
Autobright Car Care uses top-of-the-line car-washing equipment to rid your car of pesky dirt and grime, leaving your ride looking slick and clean as the day it emerged from the womb of its motherly semi-truck. With the first deal, you’ll get a voucher good for five of Autobright’s extensive Gold carwash treatment, which includes an exterior carwash, a potent triple polish conditioner, a coating of clear protectant, a full undercarriage wash, and a powerful wheel brightener. Those hoping to give their badgerless carriage a world-class washing can choose the second deal, good for Autobright’s “The Best Detail" treatment. Autobright's car-cleaning virtuosos will buff out oxidation spots and give the car a thorough hand polish, and additionally apply a shine-enhancing hand glaze and hand wax. Carpets and upholstery will be vacuumed and shampooed with extractor, with vinyl and leather fixtures receiving a conditioning to give it a healthy, senator's-smile shine. Next comes the eradication of any leftover waste, with the dash, doorjambs, vents, and glass cleaned. The process finishes with a painstaking scrubbing of the wheels and arches, and finally the eviction of pesky road tar from its hideous-looking hiding spots.
Countryside Service Center has been caring for drivers’ finest four-wheel suits for more than 17 years. Owner Philip Matyi and his staff of ASE certified mechanics strive for a more personalized alternative to the high cost dealer service departments, often addressing customer’s by their name and shoe size. In addition to offering traditional oil changes and car detailing, Countryside can tackle more complicated tasks such as transmission and engine repairs.
Led by head technician Scott "Yogi" Montaquila, Clinton Tire & Repair's technicians specialize in oil changes, brake inspections, and tire rotations. Their services also include balancing wheels, inspecting belts for correct alignment, and ensuring that air conditioners are loaded with enough snowballs to power them through summer. Besides performing maintenance work, Clinton Tire & Repair's crew outfits vehicles with parts from Bridgestone and Cooper alongside tires and wheels from manufacturers such as Nexen Tire and Mickey Thompson. The garage's technicians are available to tinker with cars Monday–Saturday.
Masters of moving parts for more than three decades, the ASE–certified technicians at Automotive Services of Boston coddle cars inside and out with comprehensive details and repair services. Technicians eschew rough automated wash tunnels for gentle hand washes and waxes, coaxing showroom shines out of even the most shopworn autos. Their maintenance menu also covers car-care concerns across the alphabet, from air-conditioner and brake repair to towing services and tune-ups for the glove box’s built-in xylophone. Each service comes backed by the added peace of mind contained in the shop’s 100% maintenance warranty.
The ASE-certified techs at International Auto take a universal approach to car maintenance, welcoming cars and trucks from Europe, Asia, and North America. The shop has been a haven for ailing autos for the past 35 years, and its techs perform services from repairing exhaust systems and performing diagnostic evaluations to replacing batteries, tweaking brakes, and maintaining air conditioners. Customers can drop off their broken buggies 24 hours a day by parking them in the lot, depositing their keys in the garage, and clicking their heels together three times.