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We offer a large number of services that are carried out by our certified, expert technicians who have years of experience performing everything from brakes, tires and oil changes to complete engine overhauls and computer module re-flashing.

Preventative Maintenance

Lube, Oil & Filter

Did you know that regularly changing the oil in your vehicle is one of the simplest, most effective and inexpensive ways to help protect its engine life? Oil lessens wear, reduces friction, and forms a seal between the pistons, rings, and cylinder walls. The oil also helps cool engine parts and even dampens the shock and noise of moving parts.


Fleet Maintenance and Repairs
As a fleet owner, keeping your vehicles on the road is a very important priority. When any vehicle is out of service, both revenue and your reputation as a reliable business are at risk. To make sure your fleet of trucks/vehicles are always on the road, partner with our professional automotive service shop. We can manage your fleet repairs and maintenance. We make sure servicing is up to date and meets or exceeds the highest standard. We can handle all aspects of your fleet repairs and maintenance.


Factory Recommended Service/Maintenance
Vehicles come with a factory recommended service and maintenance schedule. The manufacturer will tell you how often to service or replace an auto part. We offer factory recommended service/maintenance. Our highly skilled technicians offer comprehensive knowledge and experience. All your factory recommended service/maintenance needs are handled with the latest diagnostic equipment. Remember, we work on all domestic and import vehicles (either diesel or gas engines).


Fuel Injection Cleaning
A fuel injector is an electronically controlled valve that supplies the engine with pressurized fuel. When driving, the oxygen sensors tell the engine if it is getting too much air, which signals the fuel injectors to give the engine spurts of pressurized fuel. Since fuel injectors are small pieces of equipment (and the part that squirts the fuel is even smaller), any little piece of dirt can clog it. A clogged fuel injector will hurt your vehicle's performance. To avoid misfires, poor emission rating, poor performance, and rough idle have the car's fuel injectors cleaned regularly


PCV Valve Change
The positive crankcase ventilation (PCV) valve is a very important part of some cars' emissions control systems. This valve, which is usually plugged into a rubber grommet in the valve cover, is a one-way passage for gases to escape from the engine's crankcase. With time, the PCV valve becomes clogged with sludge from the contaminants in the exhaust gases. If your car has a PCV valve, it would normally be replaced as part of your regular tune-up.

Oil Change Reminder

Indicates that the engine oil life has expired.  This condition is continually monitored by the vehicles Engine Control Module; the interval can be based on mileage or a combination of readings taken by the ECM.  Some vehicles require the use of special tools in order to reset the light.

Motor Oil Basics

In order for your car's engine to do its job properly, it is vital to have clean, fresh oil. The oil used in your car has two primary ingredients: base oil and additives. The base oil allows the motor oil to perform its vital function - lubricating the engine's moving parts to protect them against wear and tear caused by friction. The additives provide additional engine protection by helping to prevent the oil from deteriorating under the engine's extreme temperature conditions.

Brake Systems

Brake Pad & Shoe Replacement
One of the most important systems on your vehicle are the brakes!  Brake problems can usually be identified by noises or vibrations when braking. If your brake pads deteriorate completely, you'll hear a grinding metal-on-metal sound when braking, meaning that it's too late to just swap out the old pads and now you're damaging your rotors or drums!  You should always see an auto repair professional immediately if you have any type of braking noises or feel any problems.
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Caliper Replacement
The brake caliper houses your brake pads and fits around the rotor like a clamp, pressing the pads against the rotor when you brake. A brake caliber problem could cause uneven braking, making your car slide forward when you brake, or force the steering wheel to pull to the side. Uneven braking can also cause your vehicle to slide out of control in bad weather conditions, so it is extremely important to address this type of problem as soon as possible.


Brake Hoses
A brake hose is a tube carrying pressurized brake fluid from the master cylinder to the brakes. A crushed hose can cause a lagged or slow brake, and a leak in the hose can cause the entire braking system to fail. These don't need to be replaced very often, but they should be replaced at the first sign of cracking or wear.


Brake Fluid Flushes
Brake fluid will absorb moisture from the air over time, causing the brake system to become less effective and the fluid to become corrosive, potentially damaging the system. It is important to perform a brake fluid flush regularly to ensure that your vehicle is using fresh fluid. 


Anti-Lock Brake System
Anti-lock brakes prevent wheel lock-up when rapidly decelerating by modulating the brake application pressure during an emergency stop. With this system, the wheels are able to maintain traction with the road while braking.  When the ABS system is operating, the driver may feel a pulsation in the brake pedal.  Some ABS systems can activate apply or release braking pressure 15 times per second.




  • Hydraulic Brake Systems
  • Air Brake Systems
  • Electric Brakes (trailers)

Brake System Components

Parts of an Air Brake System

Wheels & Tires

Repairs
An incorrectly repaired tire could pose a safety hazard to you and your passengers. Our tire experts will determine whether your tires are able to be repaired, or if they need to be replaced. If the tires are repairable, our certified technicians will make sure they are repaired correctly with a special tire plug or a patch and get you back on the road.


Alignments
Wheel alignment (or steering alignment) is standard vehicle maintenance procedure that involves adjusting the angles of the wheels so that they are set to the match the manufacturer's specifications. The main purpose is to let the suspension and the steering systems operate at their desired angles - this reduces or eliminates tire wear. 


Tire Rotation
Tire rotation is the practice of moving the wheels and tires of an automobile from one position to another, to ensure even tire wear, which extends the useful life of a set of tires. Rotation is important because each tire on a car carries a different amount of weight, making them wear at different rates. By rotating them, you basically even out those differences. Your owner's manual will tell you how often you should rotate your tires, but as a rule of thumb, we recommend it be done every 10,000-15,000km, or at every other oil change.


Tire Inspection
It is recommended that tires, including the spare, be periodically inspected by a tire service professional during routine maintenance intervals such as oil changes and tire rotations. We will inspect the tire tread and sidewalls for irregular tread wear, cracking, scrapes, bulges, cuts, snags, foreign objects or other damage resulting from use.  Even minor damage could lead to further injury and eventual tire failure. Tires with excessive wear or cracking on the tread or sidewall(s) should be removed from service. This is typically caused by incorrect alignment, under inflation, over loading, and/or improper long-term parking.


Balancing
If you feel excessive vibration in the car, or wobbling of the steering wheel, your tires may be out of balance. We have the professional equipment and experienced technicians to correctly measure the balance of your vehicle's tires and make any necessary corrections.



We Offer Quality Brands of Tires


Tires are an important part of your car. The quality of tires and material used on them highly affects the vehicle's performance. Their main purpose is to provide optimal traction and improve vehicle braking and handling performance. For this reason, we only deal with brand name tires. Also, we offer fleet tire management services to ensure you are getting the best value, fuel economy, and life from your tires.


Once a need for new tires is determined, it is necessary to identify the best tires for your vehicle and driving demands. Look for tires that do well in tests for braking, handling, and resistance to hydroplaning. Winter traction should also be considered, if applicable. Let tread wear, ride comfort, noise, and rolling resistance be tiebreakers.


Trust our tire experts to help you choose the right tires for your vehicle.


We offer most major brands of tires. These are a few of our preferred brands:

Driveability & Performance

Check Engine Light
No one likes to see their car's "Check Engine" light come on. The engine light can be the first sign of costly repair, like a bad catalytic converter, or it could be something minor, like a loose gas cap. We can pull the code and diagnose the problem for you.  It's important to have your engine light diagnosed by a professional with the correct diagnostic tools and equipment to ensure the correct recommendations or repairs are made.


Fuel Injection
Fuel injection is an electronic system for admitting calculated amounts of fuel into an engine. Since 1990, fuel injectors have completely replaced carburetors as the primary means of getting gasoline into the engine. A fuel injector atomizes the fuel by forcibly pumping it through a small nozzle (under high pressure). Failure of the fuel injection system means poor performance and could ultimately destroy an engine. It is important to use quality gasoline and make sure your vehicle's fuel injection system is maintained properly. 


Ignition Systems
An ignition system (using an electric spark, or a glow plug) is a system for igniting the mixture of fuel and air inside the combustion chamber of an engine. A properly working ignition system ensures peak performance from your vehicle.  Weak spark or faulty glow plugs can cause engine misires, poor fuel mileage, performance, and can even cause damage to other parts of the engine.  


Ignition Wires
Ignition wires, also known as spark plug wires, are an important part of your car's ignition system. They transfer the spark from the ignition coil to spark plugs that ignite the mixture of fuel and air. Over time, ignition wires and cables get weak and break down. This makes it more difficult or even impossible for the spark to reach the air/fuel mixture inside the combustion chamber. This results in the engine misfiring. The engine can become more difficult to start. If it does start, it will run poorly.


Spark Plugs
A spark plug delivers electric current to the combustion chamber from the ignition system.  The plug carries the spark that is generated by the ignition coil, and ignites the fuel/air mixture.  Spark plugs that haven't been changed for a long time can cause problems such as engine misfires and poor fuel economy.  Spark plugs are the most common and effective maintenance item in a proper engine tune-up.

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Your Vehicle is Trying to Tell You Something!

Check Engine Light or Malfunction Indicator Light (MIL):

Indicates the vehicle's engine control module has set a Diagnostic Trouble Code (DTC).  This requires diagnosis with a professional scan tool.

Engine Mechanical Service - Gasoline or Diesel

Engine Maintenance
Any car part manufacturer will tell you that preventive maintenance is critical to the part's lifespan. Like other auto parts, engines aren't built to last forever. The easiest and most effective way to maintain peak performance and fuel economy from your vehicle is to perform regular engine maintenance before any more serious problems can arise.


Engine Repair and Rebuild
After years of use, your car's engine inevitably deteriorates. If you car needs a new engine and you are not ready to invest in a new car, consider having the engine rebuilt. This involves replacing or resurfacing all the rundown parts in an engine. From a diagnostic check engine light repair to a precision engine part repair, our expert technicians are ready to help you.


Cylinder Head
A cylinder head is the closed end of a cylinder (located in a car's engine block). It sits above the cylinder block, closing the top of the cylinder and forming the combustion chamber. The cylinder head coordinates airflow in and out of the engine. Since the cylinder head's main function is to seal the cylinders properly, insufficient compression results in low power, engine misfires and making the car difficult to drive.


Timing Belt
A timing belt is a part of your car's internal combustion engine. The belt synchronizes the camshaft and the crankshaft rotation so that the engine valves open and close at precisely the correct time. Also, the timing belt (or chain) prevents the piston from striking the valves in what is called, an 'interference engine'. A timing belt is a rubber belt that usually features teeth on the inside service, while a timing chain set is a metal roller chain with sprockets. Most cars we drive now have timing belts instead of timing chains and sprockets. Although different manufacturers have their recommended mileage, you need to have your car's timing belt checked regularly.


Engine Block
An engine block is the powerhouse for the vehicle. The solid cast iron or cast aluminum block houses the cylinders and their components (gaskets, valves, and seals) inside a lubricated and cooled crankcase. Since it is one of the most important parts of your car, the engine block is designed to be extremely strong and sturdy. Although strong and sturdy, the block is still susceptible to wear and failure resulting in a vehicle that won't start or run properly. Cracked blocks, porous blocks, core plug, or freeze plug failures are some of the problems facing cylinder blocks.


Exhaust
In a motor vehicle, an exhaust system is made of steel (or stainless steel) piping used to guide exhaust fumes away from the engine - usually to the rear of the vehicle. A properly functioning exhaust system not only sounds better, it is better - for you, your car, and the environment.


Timing Belt

Diesel Engine Service

Although diesel engines don't require tune-ups and tend to last longer than gasoline engines, they still do require regular maintenance. Typical maintenance tasks include:

  • Changing the oil & filter
  • Changing the air filter
  • Changing the fuel filter(s)
  • Draining water seperators
  • Refill the urea injection system

Electronic Control Systems


Engine Controls
Basically, an engine control system is an on-board computer in your car. Like all computers, the engine controls are composed of hardware and software. Automotive engine control systems are responsible for regulating exhaust emissions, and providing increased fuel economy. To get the best out of your car's incredibly powerful technology, make sure engine controls are working properly.


Computer Modules
Today, car manufacturers include at least one computer in motor vehicles. This computer's main function is to monitor and adjust engine and transmission operations. The computer receives input information from different sensors. The computer controls spark plugs, idle speed, and fuel injectors so as to get you the best possible car performance. Failure of the car computer will greatly affect the things it controls. To get the most out of your car's computer, have it evaluated regularly for updates and proper operation. If it is already failing, have it repaired or replaced.


Computer Reflashing
We use state-of-the-art equipment to provide computer reflashing services. The primary reason to reflash a computer (which basically means updating or reinstalling its software) is that a new update has been issued by the vehicle manufacturer. It's a simple procedure if done correctly with the right equipment, by an experienced technician.  There may be minor updates that the car has not had installed yet. The manufacturer may have tweaked the transmission-shifting algorithm, or HVAC control systems, or some other type of parameters that are not absolutely crucial, but can provide improvements to performance and driveability, mileage, emissions, or functionality.



Ministry Inspections & Emission Certifications

Commercial Vehicle Inspections & Safety Standards Certification
To ensure the safety of all motorists, the MOT requires vehicles to be certified by licensed technicians.  Depending on the vehicle classification and registration, certain specific certifications are required to register the vehicle.  Some certifications are required for transferring ownership of a vehicle, or to renew the yearly Commercial Vehicle certification; also known as "The Yellow Sticker".


Accreditted Drive Clean Test & Repair Facility
To reduce the amount of emissions released by automobiles, the MOT requires that vehicles be tested for emissions. To get accurate reports, the authorities rely on handpicked and certified emissions test facilities. ATW Automotive Services is one of the province's handpicked and certified emissions test facilities.  We are equipped with all of the required testing equipment; and qualified and experienced staff to test all types of cars, trucks, vans, SUVs, buses, motorhomes, and heavy-duty trucks; gasoline or diesel.



Transmission & Drivetrain

Transmission Fluid & Filter Service
Just like replacing your engine oil, transmission service is part of your routine vehicle maintenance. The service involves removing and examining the pan, cleaning or replacing the screen or filter, cleaning the pan, reinstalling the pan (with a new pan gasket), replacing the old oil with new, and adding an additive package. Adding new fluid restores the holding power between the clutches. This service helps improve lubrication and helps maximize the life of the transmission.


Automatic Transmission
Automatic Transmissions shift between gears automatically to optimize driving, and changes gears based on the driver's throttle pedal, vehicle speed, engine speed, and vehicle load. Typical automatic transmissions can have 4-5 forward gear ratios, a Reverse, Park, and Neutral gear. Shifting gears occur automatically once the car is in Drive and there is no need for a clutch pedal or gear shift like there is in a Manual Transmission. Automatic transmission repair is complicated based on all the components that make it up, and you need to have any automatic transmission issues properly assessed by auto mechanics.


Transfer Cases
A transfer case is a part of a four wheel drive system used in four wheel drive and all wheel drive vehicles. The transfer case receives power from the transmission and sends it to both the front and rear axles. This can be done with a set of gears, but the majority of transfer cases manufactured today are internally chain driven. The transfer case is connected to the transmission and also to the front and rear axles by means of drive shafts.


Differentials
The differential transfers the engine power to the wheels. One important function of the differential is to pass on power to the wheels while allowing them to rotate at different speeds - thus the name differential. When turning, the outer wheels travel a larger distance than the inner wheels do (also the front wheels travel a longer distance than the rear wheels). This means that all four wheels travel at different speeds during a turn and this is where the differential comes in to help. To make sure your vehicle's differentials are working properly, have them checked regularly.


Manual Transmission

Driving a vehicle with a Manual Transmission requires using the clutch pedal and gear shift to manually shift gears based on the speed of the vehicle. Manual transmissions have been built with anywhere from two to eight gears. Front-wheel drive and rear-wheel drive are the two main configurations for manual transmissions. Typically, manual transmissions require less maintenance than automatic transmissions.  Our technicians can diagnose your vehicle and recommend the correct transmission repair or service you need to ensure your safety and improve the lifetime of your vehicle.


Clutches
There are clutches in both automatic and manual transmission cars, and different types of clutches. When shifting gears, the clutch engages and disengages from the flywheel and transfers the torque through the transmission. Clutches should help your vehicle start and shift gears smoothly. The clutch in your car receives a lot of wear and can eventually wear out completely. If your clutch begins slipping irregularly or is making noises that are raising suspicion, our technicians can diagnose the problem to determine if clutch replacement is necessary for your vehicle.



Transmission Components

Limited-Slip Differential


A/C, Heating & Cooling


Air Conditioning
Have you been sweltering in your vehicle lately? Perhaps your car's air conditioner isn't functioning properly.  Some symptoms of A/C issues could be that the system only blows air slightly cooler than normal, or may smell musty, or like mildew or mold.  Other symptoms may inlcude things like the air inside of the vehicle may not warm up quickly in colder weather, or the defroster takes longer to operate than usual, the A/C only functions when driving, not when idling, or quits blowing when the car is stationary.


Coolant System Flush
A car's air conditioning system contains a coolant which transfers excess heat from one part of the engine and finally loses it through the radiator fins. With time, the a/c coolant becomes old and dirty. The old coolant will negatively impact the system's performance. To make sure the system is working effectively, consider having a regular coolant system flush. A coolant flush is basic maintenance for your car's cooling system that ensures and maintains maximum performance.


Belts
A serpintine belt, also known as a drive belt, connects your car's engine crankshaft pulley to the front mounted accessories. The drive belt rotates the water pump and in some applications, the engine cooling fan, which maintains a cool environment for the engine and its underhood components. Over time, your vehicle's drive belts will deteriorate, dry out and crack and should be replaced to avoid breakdowns that can leave you stuck on the side of the road.


Hoses
Radiator hoses transfer the engine coolant (antifreeze) throughout the engine's cooling system. These hoses are made of rubber and over time they will deteriorate, dry out and crack or could potentially start to leak.  It's important to replace these types of hoses at recommended service intervals to avoid loss of engine coolant, or potentially overheating the engine.



Radiators
Radiators are heat exchangers for cooling your car's internal combustion engine. A radiator cools the engine by circulating an engine coolant through the engine block - it then loses the heat to the atmosphere through radiation. A radiator has a set of tubes through which the engine coolant flows. Fins surround these tubes. When the radiator fails, the excess heat produced by the engine could cause damage to other components. To be cool, the radiator needs to remain clean - always. With time, sludge, rust and other solid deposits build up inside your car's radiator. These make the cooling system become clogged and less effective.

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A comprehensive evaluation of heating and A/C systems include the following tests:

  • Examining the internal controls and blower motor
  • Checking radiator coolant operating temperatures, hoses, radiator cap, and thermostat
  • Inspecting the compressor belt
  • Inspecting system and seals for leaks or various damages
  • A cooling system pressure test
  • Verifying the A/C pressure meets manufacturers specifications
  • Measuring the interior vent temperature

Steering & Suspension


Alignment

Wheel alignment (or simply alignment) is standard car maintenance that involves adjusting the angles of the wheels so that they are set to the manufacturer's specifications. The main purpose is to let the suspension and the steering systems operate at their desired angles - this reduces tire wear.


Wheel Bearings
Wheel bearings are found inside of wheels, allowing the wheels to spin freely, and are connected to the brake system. They can become worn over time, causing a vibrating suspension and noisy rubbing as the car is driven. If they break completely, the vehicle will become very difficult to control and unsafe to drive. Replacement interval for wheel bearings varies greatly, but they should be checked for leaks and wear periodically.


Shocks
Shocks (or shock absorbers) are mechanical devices designed to smooth out rough roads. The devices do this by converting kinetic energy to another form of energy. Properly working shocks reduce the effect of traveling over rough ground, leading to improved ride quality and vehicle handling. When shocks develop problems, driving on poorly leveled roads becomes unpleasant, and your vehicle may sway when turning.


Struts
Much like a shock absorber (shocks), your car's struts provide a dampening effect as you travel over a road's surface. By absorbing the shock of the road, struts allow passengers to ride in a car without constant and uncomfortable motion. Struts work a bit differently than shocks in that they provide structural support for your car's suspension. This means that struts support your car's weight, unlike shocks which only regulate the speed at which the weight is transferred. Struts usually last around 80,000 or 100,000 kilometers. This is simply because the damping characteristics of the parts gradually deteriorate over time.


Hubs, Bearings & Seals
A wheel hub motor, also referred to as a wheel motor, is an electric motor incorporated into the wheel hub and drives it directly. Properly working seals provide oil and grease sealing - offering enhanced performance in a wide range of temperatures and environments. Worn out or warped seals allow external contaminants to enter the bearing unit or let lubricant escape from the unit. This ultimately leads to premature failure of the bearing unit.


Studs, & Nuts

Studs are the threaded fasteners that hold on the wheels of your truck. The wheel studs are permanently mounted on the wheel hub through the brake disk or brake drum. To secure the wheel, nuts (lug nuts) are fastened over the stud. Stripped wheel studs can be quite dangerous. A wheel nut or lug nut is a fastener for securing a wheel on the hub, and should always be tightend and torqued to the factory specifications, in the correct sequence, with a proper torque wrench.


Wheel Alignment

Suspension Components

Charging & Starting


Batteries
The battery supplies electric energy which powers the ignition system, the starter motor, and the lights of an automotive. If you need to jump-start your vehicle in the morning, your battery could be failing. When a battery starts deteriorating, it can either be replaced or repaired - this will depend on the severity of the damage.  We provide a convenient battery testing and replacement service to get you back on the road. Battery replacement, charging, installation, testing, and recycling - we handle it all.


Starters
A starter is a motor (electric, hydraulic or pneumatic) that rotates the internal combustion engine to initiate the engine's operation. Starter motors are directly connected to the engine's flywheel with gears.  When the starter motor is engaged, the gears mesh against the flywheel (or flex plate) and force the engine to turn over.


Alternators
An alternator is an automotive device that converts mechanical energy to electric energy (ac). Alternators are powered by the engine's serpentine belt system.  As the engine rotates, the belt drives the accessory pulleys and forces the pulleys to turn.  As the alternator turns, it generates AC voltage to power the electronic components of the vehicle and maintain optimal battery voltage.  If the alternator is not functioning properly, the vehicle's battery warning light may light up, and the battery will eventually run out of power.



General Services


Off-Road Vehicles 
An off-road vehicle (also known as an off-highway vehicle) is a vehicle that is capable of driving on and off paved roads. An off-road vehicle can be comfortably used on any type of road. These vehicles are usually characterized by suspension lift kits and large tires. When an off-road vehicle develops problems, it should be serviced by a shop that has experience in off-road vehicle repair.


Trailer Hitches, Wiring and Tires
Although a trailer does not have an engine of its own, it does require some maintenance. The trailer needs wires to move electric current to the brake lights and signal lights.  Most trailers use electric brake systems that need regular maintenance.  Other maintence items can be wheel bearing service and grease seals.


RV Repair
Having issues with your recreational vehicle? Do not take your RV to just any mechanic. Rely on a professional tehcniciany that has a reputable track record dealing with recreational vehicles, access to various parts suppliers and technical information.



Suspension Lift Kits

Additional Services


After-Hours Drop Off
Sometimes auto repair needs arise long after most auto repair shops have closed (most auto repair shops close at 5 pm). With after-hours drop off services, you leave your car at the mechanics shop for repair even if the shop has closed. You simply fill out the night-drop form, put it in an envelope with your keys. There is a drop-off slot in one of the bay doors near the office. We will only contact you when your car is ready or if we need additional information or authorization on a repair. We value your convenience and that is why we offer after-hours drop off services. A completed
Drop-Off Form will help the mechanic diagnose any problems. Even if we have closed, you just drop-off your vehicle at our shop and our mechanics will work on it and contact you when it is ready.


Free Local Pickup and Delivery with Repairs By Appointment
In certain circumstances, auto shops offer pickup and delivery services. This is whereby the auto shop picks up the vehicle at your work place or home, works on it, and delivers it after it is fully repaired and serviced. This saves you time and money. The pick up and delivery service can be either free or paid for.  We offer free local pickup and delivery whereby we routinely pick up your car from your home or workplace. We want to make the task of having that car repaired/serviced as stress free as possible. *This service is subject to appointment.


Pre-Purchase Inspections
Are you planning to buy a new car? Don't take any chances. Be confident about the car you are buying. Have pre-purchase inspections performed on the vehicle. Pre-purchase inspections involve examining the car's condition to ensure it is worth buying. At ATW Automotive Services, we have pre-purchase inspection experts - mechanics who will scrutinize any car, make, and model and allow you to make an informed decision BEFORE you purchase the vehicle. Pre-purchase inspections will definitely give you peace of mind when you buy your next used car.


Pre-Trip Inspection
A pre-trip check up can make the difference between a safe trip and one that ends in a breakdown. The pre-trip inspection aims at looking for possible defects and potential mechanical problems that could lead to problems. Before embarking on a trip you should make sure your car is fully inspected for safety and reliability. We have pre-trip inspection experts who are able to conduct safety inspections on any car, make, and model. Our experts are dedicated to ensuring you have a safe trip.



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