Monthly Archives: September 2018

Why does ASE Exist? What does the blue seal mean?

What is ASE? ASE, is short for the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence. ASE is a non-profit organization. Since 1972, ASE has worked to improve the quality of vehicle repair and services by standardize testing and certifying automotive professionals. Why Does ASE Exist? To protect the automotive service consumer, shop owner, and the automotive technician. ASE tests and certifies automotive professionals, so they can offer tangible proof of their technical knowledge. It also helps shop owners and consumers better gauge a technician’s level of expertise before contracting the technician’s services. ASE Certification testing means peace of mind for auto service managers, customers. How Does ASE Certification Work? Automotive technicians must have two years of on the job training in addition to passing an ASE test or at least one year of on the job training and a two-year degree in automotive repair, in add ... read more



Rod Run in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee

We will be closing early, this coming Friday, September 14th at 4pm and we will be CLOSED, Saturday, September 15th for a company event. We will return to normal operating hours on Monday September, 17th. Sorry for any inconvenience and for your understanding. We will be in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee for Rod Run, bonding and looking at hot rods. Have a fantastic weekend! ✍️✍️😎 Hopefully we will see you there! -Credit to Andrés Downs for the Photo. It was a great picture buddy. Thank you for what you do

Tips for Getting Your Vehicle Winter Ready

Are you and your vehicle winter ready? Fall is such a great time of the year. It ties the seasons together with a beautiful transition from summer heat to winter cold. As we enjoy the cooler fall air and watch the autumn colors come in, let’s not forget about the colder months to approach. It’s important not to forget about your vehicle too. That’s why we have put together a few tips to help you and your vehicle prepare for the winter weather, and beat the cold. Tip 1. Seasonal Winter Checkup– Have your vehicle service and a complete seasonal check up to insure your vehicle is ready to take on the colder weather. Have your vehicles heat and cooling system checked for proper operation. This will help prevent unexpected failures during the colder season. Tip 2. Stock Up – Stocking up on extra bottled water, energy bars, and blankets in your car can help keep you safe in an emergency situation. Be su ... read more


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