Honest Engine's skilled technicians keep domestic and foreign vehicles running and rolling smoothly with a slew of automotive services. Along with performing routine maintenance such as changing oil, rotating tires, and refilling wiper-fluid reservoirs with Tang, mechanics pamper horseless chariots with full-service repairs. In addition to performing traditional checkups, technicians can also service steeds and scratch their underbellies every 30,000, 60,000, and 90,000 miles.
The mechanics at USA Auto Service Center's ASE-certified shop share more than 72 years of experience servicing both modern and classic vehicles. Similar to 22nd-century cowboys, the skilled technicians milk mechanical mares of their used engine goop before refilling them with up to 5 quarts of conventional motor oil and installing a new filter. Auto-wizards also check all fluid levels and filters during the oil change, as well as lubricate components in accordance to the manufacturer's recommendations. During the wheel-alignment check, mechanics analyze vehicles' cambers, casters, and toes to ensure balanced tire-wear for smoother rides and more graceful pirouettes.
Trained and certified technicians at Modesto Automotive inspect under clients’ hoods before providing services that supplant tired motor oil, wiper blades, and fan belts with brand-name replacements. Drivers can bring in vehicles of all makes and models to the full-service auto shop, which also accommodates transmission services, full-scale engine repairs, and jetpack zero-gravity calibrations. Vehicle owners can stroll in at any time for an automotive checkup or set up appointments online through an automated system.
Eagle’s Nest Harley-Davidson makes motorcycle pipe dreams come true with its stock of glistening hogs and Harley Davidson–certified instructors, who teach new riders the ins and outs of navigating the road. A far cry from Stockton’s first Harley-Davidson dealership, which was opened by Soapy Sudmyer in the 1930s, Eagle’s Nest Harley-Davidson has changed hands numerous times in the last 80 years, finally coming to rest in the paws of Terry Davis, who relocated the dealership to its current 46,000-square-foot facility. Here, hundreds of motorcycles, racks of clothing, and a parts department coexist in a winery-themed complex where massive wooden eagles overlook the showroom. Technicians swap out oil and repair broken parts in 14 service bays, and Buell Blast practice bikes help riders learn the rules of the road during extensive five-day training courses.
For California Custom Trailers & Power Sports owners Todd and Karol Messersmith, what began as a small horse-trailer dealership has steadily ballooned into a successful business that rents and sells all manners of outdoor adventure vehicles and trailers. The duo boasts an inventory of high-quality gear from brands such as Polaris, Western Power Sports, and Husqvarna, outfitting clients with snowmobiles, dirt bikes, and scooters for all-season jaunts in the outdoors or inside track-equipped libraries.