You can rely on us for preventive vehicle maintenance, exhaust and suspension services, climate control repair, oil and filter changes, tires, engine tune-ups – you name it, we can handle it. Count on us to help steer you toward safer driving. We follow the vehicle manufacturer's maintenance recommendations. How often should you change the oil? Most technicians recommend that you get an oil change every 3000 miles for maximum engine protection. Check your vehicle's owner's manual for the recommendations for your specific vehicle.

Maintenance Services:

  • Tire Balancing
  • Tire Rotation
  • Fuel Injection cleaning
  • Transmission Flush
  • Cooling System Flush
  • Windshield Wiper Blade Replacement
  • Fuel Economy


Specializing In:

  • Fuel injection/Carburetor repair and rebuilding
  • Computer control and emissions - Diagnosis and repair
  • Charging and starting systems - Diagnosis and repair
  • Wiring and electrical repair
  • Brake, suspension and chassis repair
  • Sales and installation of remote car starters
  • Air conditioning and temperature control
  • Wheel alignment and balance
  • Tune-up/Drive ability 
  • Tire sales and service
  • Nitrogen tires

                  Save Fuel.....Get the Green Cap!       Nitrogen

                  Nitrogen is a non-flammable, dry gas that keeps your tires properly inflated longer than "plain old air". It provides better maintenance of tire pressure which maximizes:

                  • Fuel Economy
                  • Tire Life
                  • Safety & Reliability
                  • Handling                                        ......and it's better for the environment!

                  Tire Pressure
                  Because of its larger molecular size, nitrogen migrates through a tire three to four times slower than oxygen. A tire filled with "plain old air" will lose 1.5 PSI in less than a month: with nitrogen, this could take three months or longer.

                  Fuel Economy
                  Proper tire pressure lessens rolling resistance and maximizes fuel efficiency.

                  Tire Life
                  Under-inflated tires wear quickly on the shoulders and over-inflated tires wear in the center. In addition, removing oxygen eliminates oxidation and condensation that can damage inner liners, steel belts and rims.

                  Safety & Reliability
                  Under-inflated tires cause 90 percent of blowouts. Nitrogen provides more reliable pressure for reduced blowout potential.

                  Proper tire inflation ensures the recommended "contact patch" of your tire is on the road.

                  Anything that improves fuel efficiency and reduces toxic emissions is good for the environment and nitrogen in your tires will help.

                  When you factor in better fuel economy and fewer tire purchases, nitrogen pays for itself in no time! Plus, it's better for the environment. So, you'll not only be doing yourself a financial favor, you'll be helping make the world a better place.
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