Jeff's Auto Service uses only Mobil oil during the change, which also includes swapping out the filter and removing any hazardous waste. Lube is applied to the chassis and any squeaky door locks, and all fluid levels, batteries, air filters, and tire pressures are also checked. The skilled mechanics will inspect headlights, turn signals, brake lamps, belts, hoses, the exhaust, and the suspension to ensure your ride rides to the best of its abilities. The knowledgeable mechanics may also suggests a variety of tips to keep your car humming a happy tune between visits.
Members of the Seehusen family have roamed the halls of Hopkins and Southwest Firestone since 1975. The current owners, Tim and Rick Seehusen, worked with their father for years before taking the helm in 2003. Both the Hopkins and the Southwest shops boast a staff of trained service technicians. Some specialize in replacing tires and wheels, and others specialize in general service for common auto ailments such as squeaky brakes, sputtering engines, and rhythm-less turn signals. Work bays are stocked with auto parts and stacks of tires from brands including Firestone, Michelin, Toyo, and Bridgestone.
The technicians at Brothers Professional Detail have detailed and washed more than 20,000 vehicles since opening up their lot in 1998. Think about that for a second—that's more than 40,000 headlights scrubbed, more than 80,000 tires polished, and at least one lost puppy found in a glove compartment. At locations in St. Paul and Golden Valley, Brothers Professional Detail handles every shape and size of vehicle, from station wagons to sporty two-door coupes.
The auto experts at Cars and Concepts know that sometimes a car’s factory iteration isn’t enough to define an individual. That’s why techs work to personalize cars with customized modifications that enhance auto appearance and spool up performance. In addition to custom services, the team also repairs glass and sunroofs and brings finishes back to their showroom heyday with thorough details.