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Service Bays


Modern automobiles are more sophisticated than ever. The technology that goes into each car is always evolving, so the procedures and instruments required to repair them must also evolve. For the ever-changing automobiles, automotive mechanics need to have up-to-date skills and expertise.


Only ASE-certified technicians are employed by our AAA Repair Facility/NAPA AutoCare Center. The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) is an impartial, nonprofit organization that evaluates and accredits individual car mechanics based on their abilities, training, and experience.


Having trouble getting your car to start because of the weather, a mishap, or electrical problems? Our towing professionals can pick up the car and bring it back to our shop for repairs with just one call. You'll value our reasonably priced towing services and our assurance that your car will arrive back at our repair safely. Call us at 856-985-4771 if you need towing services quickly.


The purpose of engine diagnostics is to maintain your engine operating effectively. The OBD system is able to identify issues before they adversely affect engine performance or seriously harm it. When the "check engine" light illuminates, you should to get engine diagnostics check done immediately.


Tires are essential for vehicle performance, tire tread life, and ride comfort, and tire care and maintenance is essential for maximizing mileage and tread wear.

Our staff will help you understand the basics of tire care and maintenance, such as tire rotation, balance, and alignment, as well as tire sidewall markings, purchase a new set of tires, and choose the right set for your vehicle.


Our service staff will change the oil filter, drain the dirty oil, and replace it with clean, new oil to keep your engine running smoothly. Brake inspections are essential to ensure safe driving conditions and recommend repair procedures, such as new brake pads or shoes, new brake calipers or wheel cylinders, and replacements of brake lines and hoses. 


A weak or dead battery might prevent your car from starting, and slow-cranking engines and dim headlights can indicate a problem with the starting and charging system of your car. Our experts may need to examine the other parts more closely to evaluate whether or not you require starter or alternator replacement if a jump start is unable to regenerate the battery and the starting system. 

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