Anchor Auto Body & Detailing has been proudly serving the San Francisco Bay Area since 1990. We have successfully serviced 1000's of customers since we opened our doors, and continue to maintain the same dedication to quality craftsmanship and customer service since our founding.
Agundis Tire specializes in general automotive repairs.
We are a family owned business.
We over employ, to ensure speedy service.
We understand the lifestyles of our fellow bay areans and cater to quick turn around times.
No appts necessary for tires, approx wait time 20 mins.
ADS Mobile's 20 years in the business have taught the company that more is more. Every car that the company's mobile team of techs services receives a wash, a tire dressing, and a rim, glass, and well cleaning?no matter what service the auto came in for. Those services cover a broad range of aesthetic improvements including paint-job touchups to cover minor dings and scrapes and window tinting to help retired coal miners to adjust to life in full sun. Of course, an extensive repertoire of wash and detailing packages dominates the company's menu of services, including more exotic procedures such as the wet-sand treatment, which restores badly damaged paint to a fresh-from-the-showroom gleam.
Teamwork is key at The Shop, where it’s not unusual to see technicians working together to diagnose and repair failing brakes and transmissions or pooling their manpower push a stalled car into their workspace. The ASE-certified auto sanctuary specializes in Japanese and European auto performance and maintenance but can also perform general repairs, tire and alignment services, and complete vehicle inspections on all makes and models. The techs keep a massive inventory of parts from brands such as Hawk, Trust, Stance, and BF Goodrich, but they also aim to keep things as cost-effective as possible by working with OEM and aftermarket companies instead of whittling parts from wood.
Bay Area Tire's expert mechanics stuff engines with synthetic-blend or full-synthetic oil. During the 20?30 minute service, motor medics infuse the auto with up to 5 quarts of oil ($4 per extra quart for synthetic-blend, $8.50 per extra quart for full-synthetic), which cozies up next to the engine and promises thousands of miles of well-lubricated internal combustion. After cars have guzzled their liquid lifeblood and broken the ice with a new filter, the technicians turn their thoughts toward a multipoint inspection, taking an investigative peek at tire pressure, scrutinizing the brakes, interrogating the check-engine light, and making sure the battery hasn't crawled under the hood and died.