We are pleased to announce we will be offering Interior Detailing! Now that Spring is coming, stop by to get the inside of your vehicle cleaned.
Call or message to schedule a day in April or May
Yes mechanics DO have a reputation for being a bit moody and unapproachable at times! We are happy to report that at Ace Automotive our technicians are not only skilled, but they come to work with a smile on their face and enjoy working with our customers to help solve their car issues!
Car fact: Think your car's gas mileage decreases with age? According to EPA research, cars that are 10 or even 15 years old will NOT lose fuel economy if (and this is a big IF) they are properly maintained.
We can help you with that!
Quick car care tip: Tired of ramming your car door into your garage wall? Cut a pool noodle in half then glue, nail or bolt it at the same height your car door meets the garage wall and - Voila! No more ramming!
The average age of cars on the road today has reached an all-time high of 11.4 years according to the market research firm Polk.
Looking for a trusted mechanic who can keep your car safe and running well for years to come? We can help you with that!
Have a safe and fun weekend!
Are you prepared for a vehicle breakdown? Consumer Reports lists the top "must have" items in your car in case of an emergency:
1. Spare tire that is inflated
2. First aid kit
3. Cell phone...
4. Roadside assistance number
5. Hazard triangle or flares
6. Jumper cables or battery booster
7. Fire extinguisher
8. Tire jack and lug wrench
11. $20 in small bills and change
Have a safe and fun journey wherever you travel!
Child seat safety tip: A bulky coat may actually endanger a baby in a child seat according to Consumer Reports and research by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, and here is why. A coat adds bulk under the straps of child safety seats. In an accident the bulk compresses, leaving too much room between the baby’s body and the straps – even when properly tightened - which can cause the baby to be ejected from the seat. A better approach is to remove the child’s coat right before putting them in the seat, buckling them in, and putting their coat back on them backward. A blanket can also be used.