Any type of small business is really about relationships and the better you build a relationship whatever service you are looking for, as a rule I think these things work out. If you're going to choose a Automotive repair facility in your local area, take your car in for a simple thing like an oil change. Get to know the people there, see if you are comfortable. Over a period of time you get more comfortable knowing "my car is being looked after properly." Pay attention to those lights coming on, pay attention to a strange noise. Don't be afraid to pick up the phone and ask a question “The only stupid question is the one never asked, and in this case it could save you hundreds, thousands of dollars -- just by picking up the phone.
Integrity Automotive & Diesel provides prime service in North Tucson with new location changes Logan Burtch-Buus/The Explorer Integrity Automotive & Diesel provides prime service in North Tucson with new location changes Now located in one place, Integrity Automotive & Diesel provides customers with a high level of individual focus. Posted: Monday, March 21, 2016 5:02 pm | Updated: 10:50 am, Wed Mar 23, 2016. Logan Burtch-Buus, The Explorer Family owned and locally operated, Integrity Automotive & Diesel has spent the last decade providing high quality vehicle service to drivers throughout the area. “Our whole point when we named it Integrity, was that we’re not here to pressure you,” said Julee Baxley, co-owner of Integrity Automotive & Diesel. “We work with the client and tell them what the safety issue is, what they need to do and what’s coming up.” Baxley owns the business with her husband, Charlie, along with ... read more
Our spring vehicle tips will help you and your family stay safe.......... Fact:2,600 deaths a year occur from neglected vehicle maintenance. – National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration Our Highways here in AZ have a large number of accidents due to bad tires and other maintenance issues please have your vehicle inspected before you take a "road" trip. Each year cold temperatures, winter vacation “road” trips, potholes, batteries, tires, brakes and suspensions put our vehicles to the test. While most new vehicles have “smart” computer systems that can alert us about this and that there can be some components that can make our vehicles unsafe if left unattended. Do NOT ignore Dash Lights. 1. Batteries, Plugs & Wires: All of these components give the spark to your vehicle and they work extra hard when it’s cold. Winter stress can compromise their performance up to 60 percent. Lighting Storms can weaken batteries or cause no starts. Test an ... read more