With lube and service centers spread across America, Valvoline Instant Oil Change ensures that roads from coast to coast teem with automotive vigor. Certified technicians perform a roster of services, including drive-thru oil changes that allow motorists to arrive without an appointment and remain in their car while Valvoline oils forge a truce between metal parts.
Sheehan Buick GMC stocks new and pre-owned cars, SUVs, and trucks, serving the area for more than 60 years. Its inventory is on full display—showrooms carry the latest Buick and GMC models, and the pre-owned lots teem with myriad makes and models. In the service department, factory-trained technicians perform oil changes, parts replacements, and auto-body work.
At the helm of Auto Unlimited is Steve—an experienced auto technician dedicated to honesty. To offer the best service possible, Steve strives to fix cars with parts that are both high-quality and economical. His specialties range from brakes, alignments, and axels, to air-conditioning, steering, and bodywork. And when he's not repairing cars, he spruces up used vehicles to sell at his shop.
At each of Miami Car Care's more than 20 locations, technicians stand by with tools and mechanical know-how, ready to restore cars back to peak performance. The techs offer full-service oil changes, tire rotations, flat-tire repairs, and diagnostics. They also conduct comprehensive vehicle inspections, wherein they check brakes, lights, wipers, and tires to make sure everything's in working order and nothing's turned Luddite.
Since 1979, E F Tire and Auto Repair’s team of techs has restored vehicles to road worthiness with fresh sets of tires and deft repairs. Treads from manufacturers such as Bridgestone, Firestone, and Kelly keep wheels firmly attached to the road, fresh oil helps pistons pump smoothly, and diagnostic tests pinpoint the root problem with engines that only hum when the radio plays. While their cars are under reconstruction, patrons can still stay on the move with rides on the shop’s complimentary shuttle.
The technicians at John Herbeck's Auto Repair bolster car performance by lubricating engines, inspecting vehicular health, and answering any questions the driver may have. During the oil change, mechanics confiscate sludgy oils and swap them for up to 5 quarts of top-grade conventional crude. Motor doctors then install a filter and ask the car to close its hood and cough. After a tire rotation has evenly distributed tread wear, the techs check tire pressure, top off liquids, and embark on a 22-point safety inspection. Finally, a consultation with a trained mechanic affords car-owners the opportunity to ask questions about performance, request advice on maintenance, or demand that objects in mirrors obey the laws of physics.