At 38 stations located throughout four states, MrSticker's technicians specialize exclusively in EPA-mandated auto services including emissions testing and safety inspections. Adhering to the Clean Air Act of 1970, they inspect and test cars, vans, SUVs, and pickups, assuring all vehicles are capable of safely treading the nation's network of roads safely without polluting or getting birds loopy with their fumes.
At seven locations throughout the Houston metropolitan area, Discount Inspection & Brakes' ASE-certified mechanics keep vehicles in tip-top shape. They check and repair squeaky brakes, change out old oil, and inspect cars to make sure they comply with state emissions requirements and seasonal fashion trends. Aside from everyday preventative maintenance, the knowledgeable crews also repair cracked windshields and get to the bottom of engine trouble with a computerized diagnostic system.
Approved by Texas AAA as a recognized repair and service facility, Auto Check One houses a team of ASE-certified technicians that keeps abreast of the latest automotive tools and technology with regular training. This staff tends to domestic cars and foreign models with hundreds of guarantee-backed repair services. They can rehabilitate cars after collisions, fix faulty clutches and transmissions, and replace faltering brakes. To ensure road-worthiness, each of their services comes with a complete bumper-to-bumper safety inspection and a glove compartment filled with positive affirmations.
The ASE-certified technicians at Kwik Kar—a AAA-approved auto-repair facility—have serviced more than 75,000 cars since the business’s inception. Beneath yellow Pennzoil banners in a spotless garage, technicians revive cars with services ranging from AC tune-ups and transmission repair to oil changes, differential service, and scheduled warranty maintenance. Inside a waiting room decorated with flowers and a classic throw rug, complimentary coffee, fresh cookies, and WiFi keep customers comfortable as they wait during service.
Epic Auto Sales' inventory includes cars of every make and model from dozens of manufacturers—Mercedes, Chrysler, and Chevrolet, to name a few. And keeping that many cars on the lot requires a staff of competent auto-care technicians, as well. The technicians don't just work on lot cars, though. They also lend their expertise to any car that happens to roll in, performing wheel alignments, brake inspections, and oil changes.