For more than 50 years, the skilled technicians at Fry’s Car Care have primped and preened trusty petrol steeds for maximum pavement-pounding performance. During the full-service oil change, an ASE-certified mechanic will replace old, worn-out engine blood with up to five quarts of new Mobil oil and switch out grimy filters with standard, unsullied substitutions. Afterward, the technician will rotate tread-worn tires, which will come in handy when drag racing a neighboring child’s Power Wheel. The appointment culminates with a thorough safety inspection—certifying that each four-wheeled locomotive is healthy and able to transport all passengers and back-seat drivers. Call ahead to schedule your car’s next springtime engine cleaning.
Colorado’s cluster of Midas Auto Service Experts shops have operated under the same local ownership for 30 years. At each location, ASE-certified service technicians care for vehicles in all kinds of capacities, from factory scheduled maintenance measures to extensive repairs on brake systems and engines. With each service, the team exerts the same advanced expertise that has made Midas a recognized industry name since the company’s inception more than 50 years ago at the dawn of time. The community-oriented Colorado service stations also support local philanthropic organizations including the YMCA and the grassroots road-safety campaign, Drive Smart.
What started as a single gas station and garage in 1963 has since expanded into an eight-location tire-and-repair shop, adept at handling all things automotive. Burnett Automotive welcomes drivers across Johnson County and Manhattan to stop in for preventative maintenance services, including brake inspections and fluid flushes. A routine oil change include a thorough inspection of the battery and fluid levels, and an examination of the trunk for any hitchhiking spare tires. Beyond service jobs, Burnett Automotive also outfits rides with brand-new tires and equips drivers with a bevy of tire information, including maintenance and safety.
There is no better way to fully convey the speed of an oil change at Douglas Tire & Auto/Blue Valley Goodyear than the following sentence: five quarts of oil come out, five quarts of oil go in. Along with your massive oil transfusion, your oil change will include a filter replacement to aptly prepare vehicles for local puttering, cross-country distance destruction, and months of road warrioring in the Australian Outback.
After a feisty wave of holiday spirit encouraged you to lend oil to the needy, your conscience feels great but your car feels drained. Today's Groupon replenishes what generosity depleted with a regular oil change at One Stop Auto Repair for $8. Your engine will feel as restored as a belly fully of Funyuns and imported "hug moths."
A framed picture of the Route 66 sign hangs near the front desk of Dr. Dent—an homage, perhaps, to road trips across middle America. Though such treks can help make travelers worldly and wise, they can leave cars with dents and dings. Dr. Dent’s repair experts erase the bumps and scratches that happen on the road to self-discovery—or simply to the grocery store—to let the discoveries themselves shine through, and they’ve been doing so for more than 20 years.
Instead of affixing heart-shaped band-aids to scrapes and hail wounds, the crew uses several makeover methods to furbish car complexions. During paintless dent repairs, they return the surface to its ideal shape using a nonabrasive metal tool. In addition to improving the car's appearance, this technique preserves the original panels and factory paint. The technicians also use glue pulling—a new technique that involves adhesive tabs, slide hammers, and skilled force—to reshape dented metal. They can also fix chipped paint in-house, layering a clear coat of enamel atop a color-matched base coat.