Brake-O-Rama began as one location in 1949 but now boasts 14 service centers speckled across the East Coast. Together these automotive hospitals work as a force, repairing and maintaining domestic and imported vehicles of virtually any make and model. Before sourcing spare parts from the company's private warehouses, Brake-O-Rama's ASE-certified technicians thoroughly analyze vehicles with advanced diagnostic technology that includes four-wheel computerized alignment systems, electron microscopes that scan for chipped paint finishes, and magnifying glasses ever in search for clues to Professor Plum's murder. Meanwhile, Firestone, Goodyear, and Michelin tires fill the supply closets, allowing the patrons to tighten their grip on the asphalt before a cross-country trip.
Jersey City Ford gets drivers on the road with a selection of new and used cars as well as a robust service department. The dealership features a diverse range of Ford models, including the Mustang, the F-150, and the Flex. The service department's technicians, meanwhile, tend to vehicles of all makes and models, repairing brakes, replacing batteries, and changing oil.
At Motorsport GmbH, dealer-trained master technicians lend their talent and expertise to vehicles of every make and model, though they fancy European and exotic cars, such as Porsche, Audi, BMWs, and Mercedes. The team specializes in both vintage and modern rides and will tackle any and every job, from swapping out stale oil to rebuilding entire engines and customizing suspensions and exhausts. The garage comes armed with Wurth chemicals and fasteners, OE level diagnostic equipment, and the Corghi Artiglio Master tire machine for flawless tire mounting. With extended race and track experience, the crew can also soup up rides and help drivers finally catch that pesky road runner.
The certified technicians at Bay Street Auto Center's five locations keep cars road ready and street legal with New York state inspections and oil changes. Techs begin inspections by examining the battery and starting charging system, taking pains to confirm that the battery has an active charge and hasn't been using all its energy taunting solar panels. Techs then aim their expertise at tires, scrutinize the brakes to confirm safe stopping, check the suspension, and conclude the examination by casting trained eyes and hands at belts and hoses. Oil changes drain dirty and damaged oils before replacing them with up to 5 quarts of conventional motor oil (synthetic available for an additional charge) and a new filter to guard the engine from contaminants and invitations to the transmission’s next fondue night.