At Gary Wood Chrysler Dodge Jeep, a fleet of new and preowned vehicles awaits purchase in the showroom while busted cars, trucks, and SUVs of all types find healing in the service department. Master-certified Chrysler technicians fix whatever’s broken, confident in their training in diagnostic and repair techniques and the Chrysler company secret handshake. As mechanics protect pistons with infusions of new oil or overhaul engines with extensive repairs, a well-connected parts department ensures that vehicles receive top-shelf, original-manufacturer replacement parts.
Licensed and insured chauffeurs endure a stringent training and screening process before manning Ozarks Limo's fleet of town cars, passenger vans, party buses, and luxury stretch limos. Some of these vehicles are designed for partying—they feature elegant bars and plush furnishings that reflect the glow of neon lights, as well as sound systems powered by the love of rock 'n' roll. Others are meant for transporting passengers to and from the airport, or ensuring that clients get to their proms, weddings, and graduations. And if you've got a business function coming up, the chauffeurs can handle that, too, arriving promptly to ferry everyone from Point A to Point B.
Since 1967, Reliable Chevrolet has put patrons happily behind the wheels of brand-new Chevys and preowned vehicles and extended the lives of broken-down autos in its service shop. ASE-certified technicians keep cars, trucks, and SUVs shipshape and Bristol fashion while replacing parts, tuning up engines, repairing collision damage, conducting safety inspections, and explaining the etymology of "shipshape and Bristol fashion." In addition to filling cars with parts from Zak, ACDelco, and GM, Reliable Chevrolet reaches out to the community through events such as food drives and races for charity.
While traveling from place to place in the bright-yellow Jay’s Dee-Lux Taters food truck, cooks fry up hand-battered tenderloins, wings, and fresh-cut fries. The mobile eatery’s signature dish, Jay’s Dee-Lux Tater, challenges mouths with a mammoth amalgamation of battered and fried potato wedges sprinkled with cheese, chopped scallions, and other toppings. The food truck also doles out daily specials that change every day of the week except for Opposite Day; the specialties include homemade meatloaf, hand-battered fish ‘n’ chips, and tacos served with rice and beans.