Viking Car Wash's brick facility houses a full-service car wash and skilled detailing technicians who degrime sullied vehicles with products from Armor All Professional. Its automated car-wash tunnel hauls mud-splattered cars through a hurricane of soap, water, and foam before staff members wipe away water beads by hand. They also stage detailing sessions that can help revamp paint jobs and leave interiors immaculate. While the machines and techs work in tandem, auto owners can retreat to the facility's homey waiting area and lounge on the couches, gander at the large flat-screen TV perched atop mahogany fixtures, or use the brightly patterned rug to perform Rorschach tests on other customers.
Heaven On Wheels, LLC's trained drivers chauffer guests safely around town in a fleet of opulent limousines, party buses, and sedans. Their elegant vehicles command attention as majestic hood ornaments blaze trails toward such important destinations as weddings, corporate events, casinos, and World's Greatest Grandpa award ceremonies. The professional drivers also indulge keen minds with city tours, and they offer nonemergency medical transport throughout the Dallas, Arlington, and Fort Worth areas.
Handling more than just the swap-out of your car's oily core, the Jiffy Lube Signature Service oil change comes standard with a fresh-from-the-box filter; a checking and filling of transmission, differential, power-steering, and windshield-washer fluids; and a detailed inspection of the antifreeze and coolant reservoirs, engine air-filtration system, serpentine belts, wiper blades, and exterior lights.
At a family-run auto shop, Rick and his son Jeremy lead a team of mechanics ready to tackle all automotive needs. They accomplish a wide range of services for American and foreign cars, including engine tuning, brake repair, and electrical diagnosis. Their expertise also extends to exhaust troubles as well as the installation of truck accessories and trailer hitches.
The ASE-certified mechanics at Pete's Tires and Automotive Service scrutinize cars made in 1996 or later to ensure they meet the state's safety and emissions expectations. During the state inspection, trained eyes gaze into the depths of your car, analyzing the exhaust system, tinkering with turn signals and headlights, and testing the horn by honking through your favorite rock song. Technicians also gauge tire pressure and fiddle with the seat belts, parking brakes, and windshield wipers. After checking the brake system to verify that the brakes are powerful enough to stop cars from trying to race into every destruction derby they pass, the auto doctors bring the one-hour service to an end with a tire rotation.