For more than 80 years, the team at Braeger Automotive has not only matched customers with their perfect Chevrolet or Ford, but also helped them maintain their vehicle's health. When a customer leaves the lot with a shiny new model or an affordable used vehicle, the staff at the dealership stand by to perform any repairs or upkeep in the future, ready to put their familiarity, expertise, range of in-stock parts, and knowledge of the car’s hypnosis trigger word to use. The team offers a service menu that includes major-overhaul work alongside simple car washes and winterization packages, allowing them to check off all vehicle needs in one stop.
Having opened nearly 900 locations in the United States since its inception in 1972, Meineke Car Care Center's steadfast staff revamps vehicles during a slew of automotive maintenance and repair services. Meineke's technicians will drain oil laden with built-up impurities or 3,000 miles of emotional baggage, or outfit rides with new brakes, batteries, tires, or mufflers. For customers' convenience, Meineke is open early mornings, early evenings, and Saturdays.
Scrub A Dub carwash and oil-change centers have been popping up around the Metro Milwaukee Area since the company's origins in 1947. A team of AOCA-certified lube technicians mans each garage, expertly administering professional oil changes and a wide range of transmission, radiator, and other automotive repair services. Each center is home to an advanced automated carwash system, which uses gentle cleaners, conditioning waxes, and premium polishes to gussy up automobile exteriors.
The only dealer of the company's iconic hogs within Brew City proper, Milwaukee Harley-Davidson showcases 36,000 square feet of new and used motorcycles and clothing and collectibles bearing the company's signature bar and shield. Composed of red brick and hardwood oak, a large depiction of the iconic logo graces the showroom floor as well, shining beneath the light of vintage lampposts that once lined Milwaukee's streets. Behind the scenes, service technicians build engines, perform bike repairs, and outfit cycles with everything from twin cams to panheads, spiffying them up before hot dates with the tricycle next door.