The fully trained, GM–certified technicians at Day Chevrolet evaluate and mend broken jalopies of all makes and models during car exams that last approximately 35 minutes. A checkup determines battery health, tire wear, and inflation issues, as well as ensuring chariots remain as fuel efficient as a gasoline-can assembly line. Vehicle minders audit brake pads and rear linings, lubricate body components, and scrutinize engines, transmissions, and fuel systems. Afterward, motor mechanics carefully wash each metallic surface in a tender dance of water, soap, and gentle drying. Conveniently schedule appointments online, or carve a note into a tire and roll it toward Day Chevrolet.
The ASE-certified technicians at Pons Auto Body & Service prepare vehicles to start, run, and roll smoothly during the harsh winter weather. To start off the inclusive package, staffers pump mechanical bellies free of their used engine goo to replenish them with up to 4 quarts of fresh conventional oil and a new oil filter. Mechanics then drain the coolant system of its weathered fluids, flush out built-up residue, and serve it a 2-gallon helping of new coolant brewed from ground-up thermoses.
Technicians at Safe and Sound's two locations equip cars for warm winter commutes with remote starter systems. Boasting an operating range of up to 800 feet, the button-activated system allows customers to vivify their engines from the comfort of their kitchen, office, or tanning bed, eluding the discomfort of a cold car by taking the wheel of pre-toasted ride. After the adept installation process, drivers are handed one remote keypad to control their car from afar. Some vehicles may require bypass, integration modules, or post-procedure lollipops at additional costs.
Originally founded in 1959 by Kurt Ziebart as Ziebart International Corp., Ziebart has morphed from an auto-rust-prevention outfit into a full-service auto accessory and detail shop that has cropped up at some 400 locations in 30 countries. Performing everything from window tinting and professional detailing to electronics installation, Ziebart's experienced staff cares for cars with high-end products, including seasonal paint protectant and the company’s renowned rust inhibitors. To protect cars inside and out, Ziebart technicians also install accouterments such as alarm systems to thwart thieves and sunroofs to thwart unflattering film negatives from processing correctly (services may vary by location).
Lenhart's trained technicians treat motor mobiles to oil changes that minimize engine damage caused by heat and friction and maximize the affection cars have for their masters. Afterward, a 40-point inspection ensures that vehicles meet local safety standards before a wash and vacuum leaves interiors and exteriors dapper and debonair, inspiring tears of joy from eyes and headlights alike upon the inevitable reunion of owner and combustion chariot.
For passers-by, Anthony Arms is hard to miss, what with a sky-blue-camouflage tank sitting in its parking lot. Walking past the armored vehicle, visitors enter an 1,800-square-foot facility that houses many marksmanship amenities, including a climate-controlled, 16-lane pistol range rated for .22- to .50-caliber fire. Range officers supervise marksmen and lend their expertise during classes, including the NRA FIRST Steps Pistol Orientation and private one-on-one training sessions. Anthony Arms’ expertise also extends to a pro shop where the staff intermingles its display of new and antique munitions with mounted game, including a trophy buck and a bear. Further services include an onsite gunsmith, as well as range memberships that extend amenities such as free range time and daily wake-up calls from Bruce Willis.