Mark’s Super Service Center has maintained automobiles for 25 years, staffed by experienced ASE-certified mechanics. To keep the oil inside an engine fresh and the engine surrounding the oil un-melted, Mark’s oil change drains away gunk-filled lubricant and refills the engine with up to five quarts of new oil (engines that require more oil will incur an extra charge), and swap out the vile, disgusting used filter for a pristine new one. Technicians will also lube the chassis and inspect the air filter, hoses and belts, and give the vehicle a 29-point inspection and diesel-flavored lollipop.
The exterior walls of Carolina Muffler and Brakes display three simple yet significant letters: ASE. The letters appear on the well-worn uniforms of certified technicians, who apply their diverse expertise during automotive maintenance and repair services, using parts from ACDelco, Bosch, and Federated. Thorough in nature, the mechanics guarantee all labor and parts, service all foreign and domestic makes and models, and can even shuttle customers to any destination within 10 miles of the shop.
At Tuffy's, motor-vehicle caregivers spruce up patrons' horseless carriages and prepare them for a new season of dutiful service. After installing a new oil filter, auto artisans remove the old sludgy glop clogging the car's arterial system and replace it with up to five quarts of 5W-30 or 5W-20 conventional motor oil (a $31.99 value; diesel or synthetic oil costs extra). The staff will also rotate tires to prepare four-wheeled wonders for safe gliding (a $12 value) and perform an inspection to make sure air-conditioning systems are functioning properly to bring riders to the brink of coolness faster than Fonzie’s leather jacket ($9.99). Finally, a pair of fresh wiper blades (up to 22")—grown locally by organic-blade farmers—supplants worn-out window-rubbers ($22) and a specialist conducts an extensive 41-point maintenance inspection.
Hoover the Mover's professional auto caretakers sustain the well-oiled integrity of vehicles with a brief yet detailed inspection and oil change. To begin the 15–30 minute treatment, the mechanical medics swap out the oil and filter, prolonging engine life while erasing years of smoked cigarettes and grizzled voice-overs from its voice. During a thorough 27-point inspection, the technicians turn a discerning eye to the vehicle's vital systems—assuring that the brakes, lights, hoses, lines, and filters are functioning, and that GPS maps are folded properly.