Fabulous Freddy?s opened its doors in December 1998 as a solitary gas station, but soon expanded to seven Las Vegas and Utah locations offering a menagerie of car-care services and human conveniences. Most of the company?s dutiful employees hail from diverse automotive-training backgrounds, but unite under Freddy?s emphatic mission statement: to offer fabulous service in every undertaking, from oil changes and full-service gasoline pumps to express detailing services. A strong commitment to preserving the area?s water resources led Fabulous Freddy?s to install water-smart automatic tunnel car washes that recycle or treat all drain-off and scan for H20 molecules with high SAT scores. Freddy's 24-hour gas stations and convenience stores satisfy the cravings of man and machine, with self-serve yogurt flowing from the Sandy location.
What began more than 50 years ago as a single auto-repair outlet in Macon, Georgia, is known across America today as Midas. The trusted chain of car-repair shops spans 17 countries worldwide, and each location employs a skilled, reliable staff that strives to keep drivers and their families safe. This goal is perhaps best embodied by the Midas Touch Courtesy Check, a service during which technicians check fluid levels and tires for safety and check the area under the vehicle to make sure Robert De Niro isn’t trying to hitch a free ride. Once they've given vehicles the once-over, mechanics can then prescribe any necessary services to keep cars running smoothly, such as brake repair, filter changes, alignments, and engine tune-ups.
Sharing more than 100 years of combined automotive experience, Platinum Kustomz’ technicians refashion cars' sleek images and internal features with mobile electronics, custom painting, and window tinting. Autos augment their factory settings with new, name-brand car stereos, GPS systems, and remote starters, which awaken engines from nightmares of showing up to class with their hoods popped open. Airbrush artists and custom-paint pros reanimate veneers with vibrant designs and glossy finishes, and rim and wheel specialists soak up instruction every six months in order to stay apace of the latest road-hugging trends. In the window-tint department, a demo wall exhibits the broad range of available film shades, which add privacy and protection from harsh rays and leering billboards.
As an ASE-certified master technician and an auto-industry professional since 1987, Absolute Auto Care’s owner, Kurtis Johnson, is well versed in four-wheeled transportation. The hands-on head trainer at each of his three Absolute Auto Care franchises, Kurtis ensures that his staff of technicians quickly and thoroughly completes regularly scheduled maintenance services as well as more in-depth repairs on makes and models of all kind. Kurtis and his crew also tend to vehicular flocks with fleet services, changing oil and flushing brake fluid on groups of autos at a discounted price.
Motorists can treat their hacking and wheezing motorcar to a trio of oil changes at eOilChange.com's participating auto shops. During each 30-minute service, skilled technicians replace used motor oil with up to 6 quarts of standard engine juice and install a new oil filter to ensure vehicles' veins pump clean, contaminant-free oil. Most autos are welcome, save trucks that weigh more than one ton, and all three services must be performed on the same vehicle. Drivers have 365 days to use all three oil changes at a single location, which means cars won't need to suck fresh oil from vulnerable pump jacks for at least a year.
Each Auto Tech location is staffed with ASE-certified mechanics who've sworn an oath to never upsell on any service or repair. Customer service remains top priority, whether techs are performing routine maintenance such as tune-ups and oil changes or more advanced procedures such as transmission services, cooling-system maintenance, and diagnostic repairs. Seven locations sprinkled around the Las Vegas area make it easy for customers to find quick car care at the first sign of an engine rattle or after an unexpected run-in with a jaywalking cactus.