Fixing Cars is Hard

Fixing cars is hard. There’s no other way to say it. It’s a downright difficult job. And the most challenging aspect of it may surprise you. It isn’t spending hours diagnosing an engine problem only to discover a transmission is to blame, or the frustration of finding more repairs are needed after performing $1500 of work. It’s actually cutting through the pervasive misperception that as auto repair professionals, we are somehow inherently engaging in unethical or dishonest business practices. We’ve been called every name in the book, accused of thievery, and even accused of sabotage! Believe me, cars don’t need any assistance with breaking; they break just fine on their own. As a business owner who lives and works in Ashland, I take this to heart.[Continue Reading]

December’s Featured Repair of the Month

December’s Featured Repair of the Month[Continue Reading]

How to Have a Successful Relationship with Your Car

How to Have a Successful Relationship with Your Car[Continue Reading]

Labor Rates and the $20 Oil Change

Labor Rates and the $20 Oil Change[Continue Reading]