At OC Glass Craft technicians swiftly swap out spiderwebbed panes for crystal-clear sheets and follow a 12-point checklist to ensure the job is done safely and efficiently. The outfit maintains a robust stock of equipment to provide same-day service, and their work is both approved and recommended by many insurance companies.
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.
Big O Tires outfits wheels with tires from Michelin, Goodyear and other trusted brands–including their own Big O brand tires that are backed by a three-year warranty and a lifetime of rotations. The retailer has been in the road-ready rubber trade since 1962, when it began as a single co-op; over the past five decades, it has blossomed into a network of more than 480 locations, spanning 20 states. The shops’ ASE-certified technicians not only specialize in tires, but also tend autos with a comprehensive array of repair and maintenance services. They deftly change oil, replace brakes, and meticulously administer multi-point inspections, which ensure that headlights work and that wiper blades aren’t actually sleeping rattlesnakes.
Brothers Auto Care & Tire's certified technicians can claim two advantages over a run-of-the-mill auto shop: advanced tools and computerized diagnostics. The latter help them locate issues in the car, while the former allow them to quickly repair those issues and get you back on the road. Of course, there's no getting on the road without a proper set of tires, which is why Brothers sells top-rated sets from brands such as Michelin and Dunlop. The shop welcomes nearly all vehicle makes and models, including exotic breeds imported from Italy or caught in the wild.