Smog repair is a specialty for us, but definitely not the limit of our skills. We have 90 years combined experience amongst our staff, and it shows in our quality repair and honest service.
The best way to minimize more serious breakdowns and the higher costs associated with automotive repair is by doing routine maintenance. Preventive vehicle maintenance is simply what the manufacturer of your vehicle suggests getting done to keep your vehicle going. Whether you have a car or truck we provide the maintenance services to keep it running well.
Brakes wear out over time requiring service. How long your brakes last is based on various things such as driving conditions, how you brake and other factors. For this reason, it is necessary to service your brakes regularly. We are familiar with the driving conditions here in Vallejo and know that your brakes need care. So we provide a complimentary inspection with every service to make sure that any problem is taken up before it becomes a major concern.
The transmission may well be one of the most complicated and important components of your car or truck. That's why it's important to trust its maintenance and repair to a full-service transmission shop. There are a number of problems that can be resolved with an adjustment while others may require a complete transmission overhaul. Our skilled mechanics have the training and expertise to properly diagnose and fix any transmission problem.
As our mission is to provide Vallejo, CA and the surrounding areas with a place that takes care of all their vehicle needs, we provide oil changes for all cars and trucks. We additionally offer a complimentary vehicle inspection with your oil change as we care about your safety.
We are here for any kind of trouble with your car or truck. We know your vehicle breaking down can be frustrating and even worse it can leave you stranded. So we provide the best service we can to make you feel at ease during such a time. If you ever need emergency vehicle service, call us. We provide towing in addition to repairing your vehicle so you can relax and let us take care of it.
During an Official Brake Inspection, the technician will determine if any defects exist in the vehicles braking system which will include the removal of the vehicles tires and wheels to conduct a general visual inspection and check for any leaking parts or damaged hoses then use special measuring devices to assure that the manufacturers specifications as regards the braking system are met and that no hazard exists which would cause the brake system to not operate properly or even fail.
An Official Brake and Lamp Inspection is conducted by technicians licensed by The Bureau of Automotive Repair in a station licensed to do such inspections Using B.A.R. approved equipment and procedures. These stations are subject to B.A.R regulation and oversight.
For the Lamp Inspection, the licensed technician will check to see that the lighting systems of the vehicle are in correct operating condition. This will generally include using specially designed and certified equipment to measure the aim of the beam of the headlights as well as the visual inspection of any exterior safety lighting devices such as turn signals and clearance lights.
Also of major concern is the proper operation of the brake lamp and tail light electrical system. Once successfully completed, the technician will issue a certificate, good for 90 days, to be presented to the requesting agency, usually California Department of Motor Vehicles.
This is Bob’s project truck that he works on in his spare time. Keep coming back to the website to check out the progress!