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NOVEMBER SPECIAL ALERT! It is because of our great clients (you) that we have been in business for almost 8 years! As our way of saying thank you AND help during this difficult financial time, we have an Exclusive, First Time Ever Offer of FREE BRAKES PADS!  Thanks to our partnership with our parts supplier we’re able to give back with this VERY special offer, but we’re only able to make it available for a limited time. Please see the attached flyer for details. Be assured your FREE brake pads come with our usual 36 Months/36,000 Mile Nationwide Warranty. If YOU don’t have a need for this service right now, please pass your flyer on to a friend, neighbor, relative, or co-worker who could make use of it. Because YOU are passing it along, we’ll honor it for them t ... read more

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September Newsletter

September Newsletter

SEPTEMBER TIP Avoid the inconvenience of a dead battery. Have your battery tested to ensure your vehicle will always have enough power to start your engine. The life span of a car battery can vary. A few factors that can affect the longevity of a battery are quality, your environment/extreme weather changes, a malfunctioning alternator regulator, and more! We recommend you have your battery checked in the fall, before the cold weather sets in. Stop by and we’ll check it free of charge! In this video, Edgar gives a good tip for what to listen for when starting your car.  HAPPENING ONLINE Reviews and referrals are a huge way to support our shop. Shout out to August reviewers for leaving 5-star reviews: Howie Metz, Josue Garcia, David Swarsen, Doug Harris, Naomi Takase, Gilbert Loera, Michael Garcia, Alicia, P ... read more

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August Newsletter

August Newsletter

AUGUST TIP As vehicles begin to age, they tend to require more repair and service as internal parts start to wear down and become less effective. This is why preventative maintenance is so important with older vehicles. Regular service will keep your older vehicle reliable on the road and save you money over time on repairs. Your driving environment can also make your oil deteriorate faster so we recommend you check your oil regularly. If you aren’t sure how to check your own oil, watch this quick video to see how to check your oil. Or just stop by and we can do it for you! HAPPENING ONLINE I think July may have set a monthly record for reviews AND referrals! Shout out to July reviewers for leaving 5-star reviews: Kara N, Eugene L, Angie C, Andrew S, Lisa H, Angel S, Alia G, Aaron S, Will W, Tory J, Jaden W, Denise H, and Eduard ... read more

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