Otherwise why would they try to give an “Out the Door” tire price, not including the essential services like High-Speed Balancing and a 4-Wheel Alignment? Would you be happy with an “Out the Door” price that leaves you with a shake at 65 mph and a vehicle that pulls you to the oncoming traffic when you let [...]Full Story »
Being a shop owner for 20 years, I’ve found that all most people want from a repair shop is honesty, quality work and a fair price. We try to do that daily, by being as transparent upfront with you as possible. Our satisfied customers are the best referral we could ask for. Finding a mechanic [...]Full Story »
Remember the family friend or relative who was the “guy” to go to if you had car problems. They would work in the driveway, ice and snow, to do your brake pads and some spark plugs. Some still do it, but today’s vehicles make it difficult. Over the last three years in our shop we [...]Full Story »
Don’t download them while you’re driving! These 3 free smartphone apps, can make owning and driving a a car easier. RepairPal: A free app for Android and iPhone. I like it because it puts the customer and shop on the same page: If you enter year, make and model, you’ll get estimates on what a [...]Full Story »
Old tires are cool. There’s still so much to them even when they’re worn out. Most get recycled: mixed with asphalt for roads and crumbs for sports fields.. . Some of the lucky ones from our shop end up as planters, horses and snails. Find out more about these tire recreations.
Do you keep adding air to leaking lawn tractor tires? What about snow blower, wheelbarrow or moving dolly tires? Most of the time it’s not a puncture: We are always fixing them because the rubber is very thin and as they age, leak air slowly through rubber itself. A cheap fix, $15-20, is to install [...]Full Story »