The technicians of Eco Auto Detail follow green practices when they clean automobiles, eschewing acids, corrosives, phosphates, and silicones in favor of eco-friendly materials. Tugging along mobile cleaning equipment, they travel to the customer's desired location, be it work or home. In addition to clearing stains from surfaces inside and out, the crew can hand apply carnauba wax, remove scratches, and protect the interior from the fading effects of UV rays and too much treble.
ACT Audio's technicians merge their MECP certifications with the latest in automotive gadgetry to skillfully soup up rides with pristine sound and advanced mobile electronics. Utilizing recognized industry brands such as Memphis Car Audio, they bolster in-car sonics by installing new speakers or updating older stereos and backseat minstrels with iPod-friendly ports that allow digital jukeboxes on the road. Heated seats, radar detectors, and OnStar navigation systems slide seamlessly into cockpits at the hands of the capable techs, who also wire remote starters into ignition systems so drivers can warm up their cars without having to buy them coffee.
OnPoint Connections' skilled technicians tackle a wide range of car, truck, motorcycle, and marine-accessory services, from installing secure remote starters to UV-blocking Solar Gard window tinting. Detailers buff away scratches and grime with hand washing and clay-bar treatments, while electricians turn car interiors into high-tech cockpits with GPS devices, hands-free controllers, and custom structural designs. Upgrades from OnPoint Connections not only enhance the automotive experience, but can also add a touch of aesthetic flair, such as brightening up vehicles with LED lighting kits or adding a hologram Steve McQueen to a motorcycle seat. All techs are knowledgeable about their stock of products, which includes major brands such as Kicker, Kewood, JBL, Pioneer, and Parrot, and can travel to customes' homes to perform mobile services.
The highly trained technicians at Jiffy Lube tend to about 24 million customers each year with services such as the Signature Service oil-change package, which promotes the longevity of each vehicle. Staffers acknowledge that oil plays a crucial role in maximizing the lifespan of each car—it cools the motor and prevents moving parts from deteriorating. More than 20,000 technicians who have completed an extensive training program certified by the National Institute Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) nurse vehicles at Jiffy Lube.
In addition to performing oil changes, Jiffy Lube’s savants perform air-filtration, electricity, and windshield services, among others. The technicians’ quality pledge includes a commitment to transparency, which stipulates that they will inform car owners of any necessary services, complete a service only after it has been approved, and refuse to replace windshields with Saran wrap.
To showcase the skills of his talented detailers, Andrew went on a mission. The owner of Custom Car Detail began searching for the Chevy Camaro his father drove when Andrew was a boy. Although his dad had sold it several years before, Andrew tracked the roadster down through assiduous work. What he saw both heartened and dismayed him. The car was in a state of disrepair, with a crunched front fender and a fading paint job. Where many might have seen broken childhood memories, Andrew saw hope and revived the car to what it is today. Custom Car Detail's main goal is customer service and they strive for perfection in every detail.
Each of Brake King's five locations staff ASE-certified techs who coddle engines with clean oil and bring frazzled wheels and frames into perfect alignment. During each 20- to 30-minute oil change, engines exchange swampy old muck for up to 5 quarts of clean synthetic crude, along with a new filter, guaranteed to keep out clogs caused by incoming dirt, debris, and corn dogs. Technicians then rotate the tires to equalize tread wear and tear, before poking and prodding their way through a precise safety inspection.
Tyre Track Automotive Center's six-bay garage bustles with ASE-certified technicians rescuing ailing rides, shuttles running to and from local college campuses, and owner Tim Andrew amicably assisting both staffers and patrons. The hands-on owner has spent years in the auto industry, first manufacturing and selling tires before setting up his own wholesale supply shop more than two decades ago. Since then, Tyre Track Automotive Center has morphed into a full-service auto outfit that doles out routine maintenance services and repair work in addition to its ample stock of rubber wheels. During service appointments, Tim and his crew pull quality automotive products from the shelves, retooling vehicles with Valvoline motor oil, tires from Michelin, and Bosch wiper blades before sealing repair work with a kiss.