The technicians at West Oakland Tires and Repairs work hard to keep a car healthy, popping its hood to check the engine and lifting it up for a look at the underbelly. They change oil, install brakes, align wheels, and give warning lights the evil eye until they wink off in defeat. The crew also specializes in new and used tires, outfitting rims up to 35 inches. For cars unable to make it to the garage under their own power, they offer pickup service.
Berkeley Goodyear's punch cards grant autos the attentive service of experienced mechanics during three standard- or synthetic-oil changes with three 30-point safety inspections. During each 30- to 45-minute service, mechanics propel engines toward a longer life by exposing them to frightening pictures of junkyards and by swapping out sludgy oils for up to 5 vigorous quarts of standard or synthetic oil. Once engines have been properly lubricated, the motor medics take a 30-point tour of the car's vitals, casting trained glances at essential components to verify the auto's safety functions and assess performance.
The auto experts at Tires and Brakes for Less keep road-weary wagons from sputtering to an untimely end with thorough preventative maintenance services. By draining overused sludge and replacing it with smooth-flowing engine elixir, these motor masters maximize the performance and ensure proper lubrication of crankcase components, such as pistons, shafts, and internal combustion kidneys. Then vehicular doctors analyze horseless chariots from bumper to bumper during a multipoint inspection, checking auto systems for any potential faults or errors. Unlike quick change shops and pit crews working out of highway ditches, these car crusaders are meticulous with their work, spending at least an hour swapping out oil and scrutinizing each jalopy. Redeem the second oil change as needed during a later visit.
Cars roll into Bob’s Auto Service for quick and convenient oil changes. The shop’s skilled technicians tap engines for dark, murky oil before replenishing them with translucent quarts of conventional or synthetic fluids. Next, they hook up motors with brand-new filters, which allows oil to flow smoothly through the engine without dragging along destructive dirt and debris. They can also replace or repair squeaky or broken brakes to help drivers stop on dimes or stop on silver-plated slugs that are even smaller than dimes.