From Our Editors
Owner and 26-year veteran of mechanical maintenance, John Fahey, cut his metal teeth fixing sand-chewed helicopters during the first Gulf War. He and his staff of friendly, Automotive Service Excellence–certified technicians know what it takes to get your steel steed purring again. After they pour in a fresh batch of delicious oil, the staff will check your vehicle's 17 most commonly vulnerable pressure points, not only explaining your car's needs and motivations, but also anticipating potential problems that could occur down the road. Finally, they'll cap everything with a tire rotation so your rubber donuts wear evenly, heading off dangerous blowouts and embarrassingly saggy tires that make your car look older than it actually is.