Gold Star Audio outfits autos with resounding radios, receivers, and other audio equipment from brands such as Kenwood and Morel online and in its Irvine shop. CD players and auxiliary plug-ins for iPhones, cockatiel parrots, and other portable music players resonate through thrumming speakers and subwoofers. Techs also install cutting-edge GPS systems, satellite radio, and bluetooth setups that drivers can protect with security features such as remote starters and alarm systems.
So Cal Elite Limousine practices classy professionalism, employing reliable, certified drivers to get busy guys and gals where they need to go. Specializing in fancy nights out, the company takes pride in providing always-clean luxury automobiles, equipped with flat-screen TVs, superb sound systems with iPod connectors, and cool fiber-optic lighting to make your multi-wheeled excursion one to remember. Whether you are pulling out all the stops for bachelorette party, attending a swanky evening event, or your skateboard is in the shop, the chauffer company will stylishly accommodate any transportation need.
The technicians at Signature Glass Tinting shade and stylize car windows with films cut and fitted by the Tint Tek 20/20 computerized cutting system. Signature Glass carries three types of films from two manufacturers—LLumar and Wincos—ranging from basic tints to ceramic films. The LLumar-brand signal-friendly films come in various grades, allowing drivers to customize their car shades based on whether they seek optimal heat rejection, cosmetic tinting, or the privacy to play air harpsichord during Mozart's Harpsichord Concerto No. 3. Technicians can fasten two roll-up windows to autos ($90), and most full tint jobs range from $215 to $245, depending on the vehicle and the film. During the two- to three-hour process, the digital cutting system customizes film to meet cars' factory specifications, which minimizes sloppy razor slices or ill-fitted films that hug surfaces like baggy burlap sacks.
A local nonprofit radio station, KOCI raises awareness for other community issues and nonprofits with "A Taste of Rock," an afternoon of free giveaways, food, wine, and live music. Navigate the Taste's assembly of sponsors and vendors such as Kika Paprika, a socially responsible fashion company dedicated to reducing environmental footprints, and Hush Hush Bang Bang Salon, with stylists on hand to anoint scalp-fuzz with feather extensions for especially emphatic demands to hear "Freebird." Pleasure palates with food and drink, including bacchanalia-fueling wine tastings, before recklessly abandoning eardrums to performances by ZepShow, a Led Zeppelin tribute band, The Who Revue, a The Who tribute band, and Todash, a dynamic funk and hard-rock ensemble. VIP admission includes five raffle tickets and a meet and greet session with the bands for inquiries into the music and recommendations of hair salons that perform decent Robert Plant styling services.
Brothers Auto Care & Tire's certified technicians can claim two advantages over a run-of-the-mill auto shop: advanced tools and computerized diagnostics. The latter help them locate issues in the car, while the former allow them to quickly repair those issues and get you back on the road. Of course, there's no getting on the road without a proper set of tires, which is why Brothers sells top-rated sets from brands such as Michelin and Dunlop. The shop welcomes nearly all vehicle makes and models, including exotic breeds imported from Italy or caught in the wild.
Roadshields owner John F. Robinson V developed a passion for classic cars as a young man working in his family's auto-glass business. Robinson founded Roadshields in 2005 after noticing car collectors' need for high-quality, affordable auto glass for their vehicles. Roadshields currently supplies glass parts over the Internet to individual car owners and operates auto-glass-repair shops, fitting classic and new models from roughly 40 foreign and domestic car manufacturers, including BMW, Jaguar, Ford, Hummer, Mercedes-Benz, and Toyota.