The steel-and-rotor specialists at Family Auto Service care for the region's roadsters from one of Nassau County's largest auto-repair shops. Drawing on more than 34 years of experience, owner Steve Rozansky supervises and shares tips with his ASE-certified staff as they repair engines, align wheels, and correct faulty electronics. The team boosts vehicles' self-esteem with detailing services and rent out U-Hauls to give introverted Acuras a quiet place to read.
The ASE–certified technicians at King Bear Auto Service Center of Lindenhurst top off fluids and change oil to tweak street schooners until they sail smoothly. The specialist starts the revitalizing package by spoon-feeding the auto with up to five quarts of 10W-30 oil, replacing its filter, and shielding it from being stuck with outdated political bumper stickers. The automotive medics then carefully top off all fluids and lubricate the rusty joints, hinges, and suspension. Next, your car opens wide for an in-depth 27-point inspection, where the belts, hoses, and cooling system spread their arms for a functionality test. Tires are checked for safety, and the exhaust system relaxes with a Swedish massage. Technicians then test interior and exterior lights for consistency, and a tire rotation ensures even wear among the four wheels. With a three-pass punch card, drivers can trick travel-weary cars into three checkups by persuading them they're going to the parking lot to mock speed bumps. In addition to any waiting time, each service takes approximately two hours.
Lexus of Rockville Centre's attentive service department maintains peak automotive performance with vital automotive lubricant swaps and body scrubbings. Meticulous technicians drain grungy oil before it has the chance to mire engine components or make fun of the dipstick's name and then add a sparkling new oil filter and gasket along with up to six quarts of fresh oil to keep pistons pumping smoothly. Exterior and interior automobile wipe-downs eradicate road debris and fast-food stowaways.