The Clock is Ticking!


In the summer months, we might be able to squeak by with putting off needed repairs on our vehicles. That crack in your windshield that slightly obstructs your view when the weather is good, is going to be a much larger problem when the weather begins to take a turn for the worst. Those bald tires might cut it when the roads are dry, but throw in a little moisture mixed with colder temperatures, and you now have a serious problem that not only endangers the passengers inside our vehicles but everyone within a 100+ ft. radius around us. It’s a recipe for disaster.


The headlamps and safety lights that were designed for a reason? Yeah, you might not notice it as much when the sun comes up at 0500 and stays up until 2100, but winter is on her way and she’s on her own program. Don’t wait until dark winter to realize it is time to change out the bulbs or headlamps in your vehicle. It might be too late by then. Trick or treaters will be hitting the streets in swarms before we know it and I’m sure hitting a child that you couldn’t see isn’t on anyone’s bucket list. It’s time to stop procrastinating and get those minor repairs taken care of so that everyone inside and around your vehicle can be safe!


Not sure where to turn? Right off 3rd West, in between 33rd and 39th South, there’s a family-owned and operated business that’s had your back for over 40 years. Pop in and ask for JP or Scott. Tell them you want to make sure your vehicle is safe for the months ahead. We will take care of you, giving you the peace of mind that you need to go out and face other challenges that life brings, without having to worry about tire blowouts in 20-degree weather on I-80 with your 6 kids in the car.


With everything we face each week, worrying about the overall safety of our vehicles doesn’t need to be one of them! Come see us and we will check things over for you, giving you honest feedback before we complete the repairs, letting you decide what needs immediate tackling and what can be scheduled for the next round of fixes.

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