Meineke Car Care Center's experienced technicians ready cars, trucks, and SUVs for reliable starts and safe cruises with preventive maintenance and repair services. After calling one of four shops to schedule an appointment, customers can roll their rides in and let mechanics feed engines fresh motor oil, install new filters, and remind carburetors of life's inherent beauty.
Charging-system tests ensure batteries are ready to rouse engines, and cooling-system diagnostics scour systems for leaks or blockages. Roadside-assistance packages, good for 24-hour towing, jump-starts, flat-tire service, and doo-wop singing in place of broken radios, allow motorists to travel without worry. Drivers can hang out in vibrantly colored waiting areas during the wait, sipping on complimentary coffee and using the free WiFi to find the origin of the term WiFi.
Auto Care Super Saver relieves car caretakers of some expenses and fretting with a bundle of maintenance services redeemable over the course of a full year. Keep joy rides running smoothly with three oil changes, which include up to five quarts of oil, lube, and a filter or give a jalopy a pedicure with two tire rotations that even out wheel wear and tear. Services are valid for up to three of a customer's foreign and domestic vehicles, whether they be station wagons, sports cars, or feral merry-go-round mounts, and cover a slew of possible automotive ailments. With the Auto Care Super Saver Punch card, clients receive 15% off any additional repairs. With the air-conditioner-performance tests, Auto Care Super Saver checks cars' circulatory systems, which can help to keep vents from spewing heat or fully formed snowmen, and the brake inspection reveals any stopping problems and gains customers a $20 discount on any brake servicing.
Auto Tech Plaza's ASE–certified technicians undergo regular training by Bosch factory representatives to keep their skills sharp as they ply their trade on foreign and domestic vehicles at four area locations. They uphold their AAA–certified status by meticulously tweaking air conditioners, fixing electrical problems, and treating cars, RVs, and fleets to oil changes, tune-ups, and inspections. To ensure customer satisfaction, Auto Tech Plaza confidently backs the techs’ work with an in-house warranty that lasts up to three years, 36,000 miles, or one round-trip mission to Mars.
The staff at Harry's HP Tire & Automotive work to ensure that their clients are never stuck waiting for a tow truck on the side of the road. Repair services occur when the occasion calls, but their main goal is to avoid them altogether. The techs design customized maintenance plans based on each motorist's driving style and needs to help them avoid disruptive breakdowns that cause unexpected dips in one's checking account and remorse over skipped oil changes.
The operation is a family affair, with husband and wife Harry and Barbara Volkmann running the business, their son Matthew serving as service adviser, and his wife Lisa heading up customer service and marketing. And since 2006, ASE Master Technician John Gerlach has been keeping the garage running like a well oiled machine.
Colorado’s cluster of Midas Auto Service Experts shops have operated under the same local ownership for 30 years. At each location, ASE-certified service technicians care for vehicles in all kinds of capacities, from factory scheduled maintenance measures to extensive repairs on brake systems and engines. With each service, the team exerts the same advanced expertise that has made Midas a recognized industry name since the company’s inception more than 50 years ago at the dawn of time. The community-oriented Colorado service stations also support local philanthropic organizations including the YMCA and the grassroots road-safety campaign, Drive Smart.
Best Western Transmission's ASE-certified mechanics keep autos running smoothly with their expeditious oil-changing service. During the 20-minute process, fully trained staffers gingerly lift vehicles on hydraulic lifts to drain grimy lubricant and tickle cars' sensitive underbellies with freshly cleaned dipsticks. A technician then funnels up to five quarts of motor oil into each car's thirsty reservoir, ensuring engine efficiency and low friction between its many moving parts. Autos are then subjected to a thorough 33-point inspection that, depending on the vehicle's make and condition, can take up to an hour. Technicians will examine filters, check fluid levels, and run the car through a gauntlet of diagnostic tests to determine the car's overall state of health and its propensity to honk at European-model cars.