MORE ABOUT US
We are continually educating ourselves to learn the latest technologies available for you vehicles. We are always current with our ASE certifications, so you can be sure that we are all knowledgeable in every aspect of maintaining your vehicle or fleet. The education combined with our experience ensures that your vehicle – new, used, or classic – gets the very best care.
You should trust your mechanic to keep your vehicle safe on the road. We want to show you that you can trust us. If you haven’t already, give us a try on your next service or repair, we would love the chance to earn your business!
WE ARE HERE FOR YOU
HAVE A QUESTION OR NEED HELP WITH YOUR VEHICLE? GIVE OUR EXPERTS A CALL. WE WOULD BE HAPPY TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS YOU HAVE.
FOR MORE ON HOW TO PREVENT EXPENSIVE REPAIRS AND KEEP UP WITH VEHICLE MAINTENANCE, GIVE US A CALL
We offer up to 2-year warranty on parts and labor!
We are certified and trained under ASE and State of California
AAA APPROVED FACILITY
LOCALLY-OWNED AND OPERATED
Take pride in your techs knowing that we are a locally-owned and operated repair facility that is here to serve you!
YOUR SATISFACTION IS OUR NUMBER ONE GOAL
- We want all of our customers to feel confident of their vehicle’s safety. Read some preventative maintenance tips below to ward of expensive repairs!
- Always consult you owner’s manual first but a good rule of thumb is to have oil & oil filter changed regularly (every 3,000 to 4,000 miles)
- Have all fluids checked, especially brake, power steering, transmission/transaxle, windshield washer solvent and antifreeze. These fluids play a large role in the safety and overall performance of the vehicle.
- Check tire inflation. Under-inflated tires can result in loss of fuel efficiency. This is the least expensive form of preventative and safety maintenance. Tires should be checked once a month.
- Keep your engine tuned. A fouled spark plug or plugged/restricted fuel injector can reduce fuel efficiency by as much as 30 percent.
- Have the chassis lubricated frequently. This step extends the life of the moving components of the vehicle’s suspension system.
- Check battery cables and posts for corrosion and clean them as needed. The battery fluid also should be checked and filled if it is low, unless it is a maintenance – free battery.
- Have the lighting system checked frequently, including headlights, turn signals, and brake and taillights.
- Check windshield washer blades for cracks, tears and windshield contact. Replace them at least once a year, or sooner if streaking begins.
- Inspect engine belts regularly. Worn belts will affect engine performance. Look for cracks and missing sections or segments.
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
We are proud to support the National Breast Cancer Foundation, Friends of Upland Animal Shelter, and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital