Our staff is 2nd to none in the service business. Our techs are at least 25 years each. Our service advisor is trained by accredited consulting firms. And as the owner I know how important it is to my customers that we recognize their needs. Prideful of our integrity and knowledge our commitment will blow you away.
For nearly 70 years, the ASE-trained technicians at Brooks-Huff Tire & Auto Centers have maintained vehicles with services ranging from routine oil changes to major repairs such as transmission replacements. The company operates out of six locations in the Baltimore metropolitan area, all of which uphold industry standards as Goodyear Gemini dealers and AAA-Approved Auto Repair centers. In addition to servicing nearly all vehicle makes of models, the company specializes in tire sales and service for both automobiles and lawn and garden vehicles such as riding mowers and all-terrain unicycles.
At Installation Doctor, seasoned auto experts outfit rides with everything from audio systems to window tints to custom wheels. Sound accessories from JVC, Pioneer, and Rockford Fosgate stream music throughout cabins, and remote starters activate engines to warm up frigid autos and scare off ice-cream men passing the off season in the back seat. Though the garage stocks many products onsite, the service team can collect anything not in stock usually within a day, or it can install systems brought from home. The staff also backs up its handiwork with a guarantee to repair rare errors free of charge.
Shepard Service Center has served the Finksburg and surrounding communities for 26 years specializing in automotive and light truck repairs. Our highly qualified technicians continue to attend training institutions to maintain knowledge of the latest systems and their A.S.E. (Automotive Service Excellence) Certifications.
• For $45, you get an intermediate service check-up with oil change (up to a $108 value). • For $49, you get an express automotive detail (a $99 value). Swedish Motors' stable of ASE-certified technicians have propelled and purified cars for 30 years. During the 45-minute inspection and oil change service, a tech will pump up to six quarts of trajectory juice into thirsty four-wheeled steeds. Automotive medics replace the filter cartridge and drain the plug gasket before inspecting fluid levels, belts, brakes, and hoses. Tires swell with pride after passing tread wear and condition tests, and garage gurus inspect ventilation systems, suspension, and exhaust before cleaning the wiper blades and flicking the exterior lights to temporarily blind charging sasquatches. Alternatively, muddied cars can indulge in up to three hours of sanitization with an express detail. After an exterior hand wash and hand wax, vacuums scour interiors for debris and dirt. Windows leap to alertness after being scrubbed from foggy slumbers, and wheel and tire dressings spread soothing balms across wheels to ensure a firm grip when shaking hands with the highway.
The Dark Side's passionate staff dims windows with Madico films that can block out up to 99.9% of UV light, preventing interior sun damage and boosting riders' privacy. During the two-hour process, the tint techie first cuts and heat-molds the adhesive film to fit each window, then squeegees it into place until it is as smooth as an obsidian statue dipped in motor oil. Car parents can choose from a range of shades and visible light transmission levels for their particular stylistic and practical needs, such as hiding their mid-commute pedicure from passing motorists.
The roots of Hunt Valley Motor Coach's family tree spring from two buses. In 1985, Edward Royston only had a pair of vehicles to his name, and a mission to make the traveling process a highlight of his clients' vacations. His fleet soon grew to 11 buses, and more still when the company joined with Gunther Charters, a business known for its memorable package tours. Today, Edward's emphasis on personality prevails at every step of the booking process, from online or phone conversations with the small sales team—where Gunther Charters founders Marty and Laurie Gunther still field calls—to greetings from each jovial driver.
From its Baltimore base, the company plans convenient round trips and tours to a variety of locales. Its daylong jaunts to Atlantic City deposit riders at the casinos and boardwalk, and excursions to New York launch days full of seasonal shopping and sightseeing. Thanks to locked and guarded storage, passengers are even encouraged to leave their laptops and other bulky possessions on the bus during their daylong excursions.
Themed tours ferry passengers to states such as Pennsylvania, Virginia, North Carolina, Maryland, and Tennessee for overnight stays and guided explorations of local sites. The New Orleans tour, for example, leads groups through historic cemeteries and the botanical garden, and a holiday tour of Newport mansions showcases the intricate decorations and reindeer butlers of three resplendent homes.