For more than 20 years, the certified technicians at DEKRA Emission Check have done one thing and done it well: superfast Georgia-state vehicle-emissions inspections. Although most patrons choose to stay in the car and alphabetize their eight-track collection during the typically five-minute inspection, many of the growing list of almost 30 Atlanta-area locations feature an indoor lounge for auto owners to kick back in. If a vehicle’s emissions exceed the regulated limit, the team advises drivers of their options and performs a free retest at a later date.
Since its creation in 1925, DEKRA Emission Check’s umbrella company, DEKRA, has grown to include more than 30,000 employees in 50 countries. In addition to having performed more than three million vehicle inspections in the United States, the larger business offers services such as expert appraisals, industrial product testing and certifications, and management-system certifications.
For more than two decades, the trademark flame-painted van from Xtreme Mobile Car Wash Services has been rolling to various automobiles' locations and deploying experienced detailers who restore rides to their showroom newness. Armed with towels, creams, waxes, and vacuums, the team sets to work on exteriors and interiors, leaving no area overlooked as they hand wash gas caps, clean out ashtrays, and empty thief traps. They service virtually every make and model of vehicle––in fact, the crew is so versatile they even perform carpet and upholstery cleaning for homes.
SK Customs has the tools and elbow grease necessary to revamp any vehicle with custom accessories. From boosting sound with new speakers to darkening windows with tints, the MECP-certified techs back their work with a lifetime guarantee. Rides hit the road with new alarms and engines ignite at the click of buttons after remote-starter installations.
Known for guiding the women of The Real Housewives of Atlanta through ab-strengthening moves, the instructors at the Nazeem Allayl Belly Dance Studio started as a professional dance troupe before opening a studio in 1999. Now with 32 classes offered under one roof, the Nazeem Allayl Belly Dance Studio aims to boost the self-confidence of its all-female students during drop-in Shimmy Fit classes and five-week technique courses. Instructors disguise calorie-blasting exercises with engaging choreography so that students can tone muscles without spending the day trying to slip an oiled-up pig into a wetsuit.