Do you hear a funny clicking sound when you turn the wheels of your vehicle? It could be your car or truck CV or Drive Axle, and it may be in need of repair. Safety is the number one priority for our customers, and it is our goal to keep your vehicle running smoothly to avoid any complications. Driving around with a damaged CV Joint or Drive Axle problem can be extremely dangerous. The axle is a structural component that bears the weight of the vehicle, any cargo and the acceleration forces between you and the ground, so it is important to have your vehicle inspected regularly by a trained automotive repair professional to ensure its safety.
Looking for ways to become more environmentally friendly with your car? Motorists can help protect the environment by following four simple steps from the non-profit Car Care Council.
Follow a vehicle service schedule including steps like checking engine performance, keeping tires properly inflated, replacing air filters regularly, changing oil regularly and checking your gas cap. Routine maintenance helps reduce emissions and fuel consumption, saving money at the pump.
Have your car's brake system inspected annually, even if you don't suspect any problems! Not all problems are noticeable don’t risk an accident from faulty brakes. Regular brake inspections are the best way to ensure safe and reliable braking and minimize the cost of repairs when brake service is needed.
Safety first, get your brakes inspected on your next service check by our highly trained automotive technicians. Auto repair and maintenance....it's what we do!
Getting ready for a Vacation? Don't take a road trip without first getting your car or truck checked out for potential problems by our team of professional automotive technicians! This will save you from a disaster while you travel! You don't want to spend your time of "FUN AND RELAXATION" in a garage or even worse, on the highway!!!! We want to keep you safe and confident behind the wheel.
Judging by the number of near-rear-endings we witness on our morning commutes, the typical attitude toward brake maintenance appears to be, “Brakes: Don’t let them stop you!” Which puzzles us, because monitoring your braking system’s health is one of the most straightforward aspects of car ownership. You do have to know what to look for, though, or rather, what to listen and feel for. So let us, uh, break it down for you. Here are the top three signs that your brakes need fixing.