“What is the best car to buy?”
“Should I trade my car or repair it?”
"How often do I really need to service it, and why?”
These are just a few of the many questions we will answer on an ongoing basis.
The COVID-19 Pandemic has changed the way we are currently living, and will likely change the way we live in the future as well. Small businesses are working together like never before to innovate new ways to operate. Curbside pickup, same-day, and contactless delivery are services that every business is working hard to offer. Serving customers while adapting to new legislation so we can protect our community through this crisis is on the top of everyone’s list!
No matter where you are in the country or the world, you are no doubt affected by the new Coronavirus in some way. These can be scary times. However, we firmly believe that arming yourself with accurate information and practical steps to ensure public and personal safety are the best tools you can have in this time of crisis. Read on to see how you and your community can thrive in the midst of this crisis.
Quality automotive diagnostic testing is crucial for timely and thorough vehicle repair. The diagnostics that we've come to take for granted are actually far more involved than is commonly known. For example, did you know that not all diagnostic equipment is created equally? These highly specialized tools can vary in quality and function as much as a digital thermometer differs from a Hospital CT Scanner. Let's take a moment to cover the basics so you can make confident choices the next time your auto needs a check-up.
Why are excellent mechanics that provide quality work so hard to find? As the already complicated four-stroke internal combustion engine has now grown to encompass intricate electrical, suspension, and computerized systems, today’s mechanic needs to know much more than the anatomy of an engine and how it fits within the structure of a car.