A Shade Above Window Tint's specialists are trained experts in the arts of repairing auto glass and tinting windows with SunTek film. Automobile portholes peppered with small-time scars find refuge in two chip repairs, which can erase dimples caused by flying debris or overweight insects. Technicians also take care of cars plagued with more formidable fissures by molding and installing new windshields ($120–$190, price varies/vehicle); drivers who opt for this service get to enjoy unlimited free chip repairs and wiper-blade calligraphy classes. Patrons may also give their vehicle's side windows and back windshield a sophisticated tan with a complete tint job ($190–$250). Backed by a lifetime warranty against bubbling, peeling, and discoloration, SunTek's Carbon film valiantly defends interiors from 99% of the sun's ultraviolet rays and 100% of the moon's bloodcurdling screams.
The straight-talking motor mavens at Big O Tires treat tin lizzies to thorough and efficient emission and safety inspections to meet required safety standards and to ensure four-wheeled friends remain in safe operating condition. During the procedure, specialists not only inspect vehicular form to ensure cars' crucial systems continue to function properly; they also reward qualifying motorists with renewals, updated registration decals, and engine-light decoder rings. Cars, trucks, or motorcycles fewer than 8 years old require safety inspections once every 2 years, and older models should receive them annually. Similar regulations apply to emission inspections, although the qualifier is six years or wafting plumes of black smoke.
For almost a half century, Jim's Used Tires has sold tires. Not content to deal merely in wheels, the shop soon added services designed to make sure jalopies stay road-ready. Oil changes, emissions checks, and inspections help to catch potential problems before they hatch and chew the upholstery to shreds. Jim's technicians also detail cars and offer free tire rotations, flat-tire repair, and roadside assistance.