The Peveto family's name became synonymous with stopping power when John Peveto II opened his first Brake Check shop in 1968. More than 40 years and 40 shops later, the family still helps cars stop (and go) with brake-pad inspections, wheel alignments, battery replacements, and oil changes. With convenience in mind, each shop opens its work bays seven days a week, offers online appointments, and backs up several of their services with lifetime warranties that are then backed up by other even more muscular warranties.:m]]
Pro Drive's expert mechanics, who collectively have serviced more than 50,000 vehicles, will uncork your vehicle, let the dirty oil drain out, and replace it with brand new 10W30 oil and a new filter to match. All vehicle bloods are checked and topped off, and Pro Drive will ensure that all under-hood spinners, twirlers, and hummers are operating correctly. Tires get rotated (and balanced, if needed) and the air pressure is adjusted to meet factory recommendations. During the procedure, which takes about 45–60 minutes, guests can peruse a stack of magazines in the comfortable lobby, sip coffee and water, or grab a bite to eat at a nearby restaurant. Car and driver can rest assured, because all work has a warranty and Pro Drive is BBB-rated A.
The expert glassworkers that make up the American Glass Masters pride themselves on their ability to conquer any kind of glass, on any kind of car, foreign or domestic. The $40 value covers windshield dings up to the size of a quarter, which are expertly eliminated in 30 minutes or less. Because passenger safety is dependent on the structural fortitude of the glass, the repair technicians take extra pains to ensure that drivers are safely shielded when they drive off the lot. No windshield ding is too tricky for the glass masters, who even solved Fermat's last windshield problem. For windshield ailments above and beyond the call of a simple ding, American Glass Masters will credit the value of today's Groupon toward repairs for spots larger than a quarter or more serious windshield damage.
Tiremax keeps autos in effortless motion with professional, painstaking tire care and motor-refreshing oil changes. Vehicle virtuosos revitalize cars' arterial systems by removing aging lubricant and giblet gravy and replacing them with up to five quarts of fresh, life-sustaining oil. In a speedy tire rotation, certified technicians change the location of each tread to address uneven tire wear and increase wheels' longevity and performance. Buggies' suspension and steering components also undergo fine-tuning before a 21-point inspection puts filters, belts, hoses, and crocheted windshield-wiper cozies under the microscope. The technologically advanced facility employs only manufacturer procertified technicians who have completed Tiremax’s rigorous training program and an underwater obstacle course.
Interstate All Battery Center leads the charge in power outposts, providing lifelong Texans and reserve-power road trippers with brand-new batteries for their trucks, cell phones, computers, and more. With a vast storehouse of more than 16,000 products, Interstate carries batteries for nearly every brand of laptop and PC, as well as a bevy of automotive batteries to restore sedans, coupes, and station wagons after a long night of headlight staring contests. Household powerables are also available, including 24-packs of Energizer AAs for bulk buyers, an Energizer 9V alkaline battery for metronomes possessed by surprisingly funky eighth notes, and one case of Lite Brite fuel, distilled from corn syrup and Olympic silver medals. Old used batteries find comfy retirement at Interstate’s recycling center, allowing their former owners and well-meaning grandchildren to rest easy.
For 22 years, Far Beyond Tint & Alarm proprietor Barry Morgan has personally helmed his business, amassing ample expertise in the realm of home- and vehicle-window tinting and alarm installation. His firm works to build a respectable reputation not only through its cherished relationship with customers such as local businesses and law enforcement, but also through its bond with its workers. The staff is comprised of employees who have tenures ranging from three to nine years, which is longer than presidents tend to stay on board at the White House. A host of expertly trained team members tend to the tinting and alarm-installation needs of vehicles and homes, with technicians boasting certification from the state in security-alarm systems and in automotive solar control from the IWFA.