HwyAuto’s knowledgeable technicians keep passenger cars and commercial vehicles rolling smoothly by handling everything from everyday maintenance to serious repairs. They mount and balance tires, repair flats, or outfit rides with snowshoes so that drivers can take them sledding. The staffers service cars at 30,000, 60,000, and 90,000 miles and regularly change oil and administer tune-ups. They also improve fuel economy with tire rotations and alignments.
Becker Tire and Service Center's ASE-certified technicians tighten lug nuts and tune engines inside three full-service garages stocked with premium tire brands including Michelin, Bridgestone, and Hankook. Cars find the perfect swing for their tree house with the garage's tire-size finder and masterful installations ensure safe spins with available nitrogen fills, rotations, and computer spin balancing. The mechanics' seemingly infinite knowledge reaches under hoods for lubrication and electrical services and below the chassis for steering, axle, and suspension work. For more serious repairs, Becker Tire offers a convenient shuttle transport, multivehicle fleet repairs, and service for your fleet of multiple shuttles.
Since 1989, the founder of Mike’s Tint Shop has been augmenting car windows with his custom, computer-generated tints, which range from subtle dot patterns to flames and sports-team logos. His work has caught the attention of celebrities such as Hollywood heavyweight Verne Troyer, who played Mini-Me in the Austin Powers movies, and whose Mercedes bears the company's namesake tinting work. Beyond tints, the shop offers LLumar paint protection, a nearly invisible coating that safeguards vehicles' bodies against stone chips, scratches, insects, and freckles. Technicians can also cleanse vehicles with hand washes and detail work, which ranges from wheel dressing to wiping out cup holders.
Roadshields owner John F. Robinson V developed a passion for classic cars as a young man working in his family's auto-glass business. Robinson founded Roadshields in 2005 after noticing car collectors' need for high-quality, affordable auto glass for their vehicles. Roadshields currently supplies glass parts over the Internet to individual car owners and operates auto-glass-repair shops, fitting classic and new models from roughly 40 foreign and domestic car manufacturers, including BMW, Jaguar, Ford, Hummer, Mercedes-Benz, and Toyota.