Alarms, ETC.'s professional pane dressers use a computerized system to cut tint patterns for more than 5,000 vehicles. The Llumar window film used to tinge car apertures comes with a lifetime warranty against peeling or fading under the constant rush of the sun's rays or the destructive grip of a giant ape who mistakes your hardtop for a shiny banana. Jalopy decorators guarantee zero light gaps and unbroken tinting by covering each window with a single, unbroken piece of film and cutting side-window patterns long enough to tuck below gaskets, turning rides into a locked-down Alcatraz for light.
Glass Auto Detailing renews mud-splattered vehicles with a tiered selection of detail packages. Technicians comb through cars with vacuums, shampoos, and even Q-tips, dislodging every last speck of dirt. Water thrums against bodies, washing away surface dirt near racks of protective wax and tire shine. Technicians service rides at Glass Auto Detailing’s and also offer mobile detailing for cars parked at homes or in front of a documentary about yarn at a drive-in theater. If customers are unsatisfied with a job, technicians will re-clean the car until it looks like new.
Transamerica Auto Repair has been in the business for almost four decades. Its team of technicians diagnoses and repairs a number of mechanical issues. Aside from major repairs, techs can also tackle routine maintenance from oil changes to tune-ups.
Ready To Shine’s detailing crew goes from one Tampa home to the next, sprucing up cars, trucks, and SUVs at their owners' convenience. The team eliminates the need to take rides to the car wash with a sudsy hand wash and dry, followed by one of three detailing packages. Clients can choose the Silver package for a quick interior vacuuming and spritzes of Armor All, or spring for the Gold package and treat their car to a wax and buff. At the top of the spectrum is the Platinum deal, complete with interior shampooing and a pep talk for bobble-heads that have been feeling apathetic.