Automotive in Idaho

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Commercial Tire sports multiple staffs of ASE-certified auto experts that keep vehicles in road-worthy condition through a variety of automotive services. Keep air in comfortable circulation with the air-conditioning tune-up, which preps A/C units for hot weather by making sure they blow air as cool as an igloo stocked with Ray-Bans. Cars that pull too much to one side can best benefit from the four-wheel alignment, which straightens out rides for vehicles with adjustable rear suspension. During the alignment, Commercial Tire's specialists take precise angle readings at all four wheels, calibrating the true and parallel position of a car's asphalt-kissing cylinders. They then set each car's rear thrust line to manufacturer specifications and center the steering wheel, leaving you free to drive home on a straight path without getting trapped in an endless circle inside a cul-de-sac.

2534 S Apple St
Boise,
ID
US

Gerald Adams of Adams All Trades specializes in a little bit of everything. He can scrub down windows to a produce a clean shine, and usually provides this service to single- and multistory buildings and residences. A fully insured, full-service handyman, Gerald also performs a variety of other duties, including power-washing.

1809 S Woodland Dr
Nampa,
ID
US

With 15 years of experience, the staff at Buff Guy Auto Detailing specialize in complete detailing of land and water vehicles such as trucks, vans, SUVs, RVs, boats, and commercial fleet vehicles. They can clear dirt from normal wear and tear and know “There is nothing better than seeing [customers] walk in with a smile, and walk out with an even bigger one.”

3087 W Foxtrotter
Meridian,
ID
US

The old mining town of Wallace has survived two major fires: The first, in 1890, wiped out most of the wooden buildings downtown, prompting residents to rebuild with brick, stone, and masonry foundations that have survived to today. The layouts range in style from art deco to Victorian; one of them was a brothel that didn’t close its doors until 1988. It’s this assortment of architectural styles that landed Wallace on the National Register of Historic Places, the last whole town to earn this distinction.Local history is alive and well at many museums in the area. The Northern Pacific Depot Railroad museum is located in a brick-and-stucco chateau-style building that was used by the railroad for more than 100 years. Through the museum’s exhibits and historic photographs, you can see how the railroads helped the growth of Wallace, the surrounding area, and flattened pennies. Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.

10 Front St
Wallace,
ID
US

A Mower, Snow blower, Chainsaw and more fix it shop! Our goal is to bring you Fast, Effective and Affordable mobile repairs.

Most of the time we can provide same day appointments!

5108 North Canal Road
Newman Lake,
WA
US

Inside Summit Auto Glass, LLC's spacious new garage—recently opened in January 2011—master glass technicians replace cracked windshields with Original Equipment Manufacturer glass designed to withstand 100% of front-barrier break tests. Mobile glass-cutting supplies and full mobility permit on-site service for custom restorations, construction and farm equipment, and other specialty glass types. An Eagle Chamber of Commerce member business, Summit backs all of its employees' workmanship with a lifetime warranty sealed by a secret handshake with the client's car's tailpipe.

169 Idaho St
Eagle,
ID
US