Our Services

With over 20 years of experience, we are well known in the community for providing reliable and efficient transmission and auto repairs. Our other services include:


A transmission transfers power to the wheels of the vehicle and is a vital part or your drive train. Because of the stress of everyday driving, it is recommended that the fluid and filters be changed every 60-80,000 kilometers.

Steering and Suspension

The steering and suspension systems are important for both your safety and comfort when driving as they ensure a smooth ride as your car travels over bumpy roads. The two systems are usually talked about together as they are directly related to each other. Simply put, the suspension system connects the vehicle to its wheels and the steering system allows the driver to guide the vehicle.


A clutch is a device which engages and disengages the drive between two moving parts. When not working properly, can cause loss of power to the wheels, which is often referred to as slipping.


Brakes are a constant wearing item as they are directly responsible for stopping a vehicle and should be maintained and serviced periodically. Squealing, grinding noises, a shaking steering wheel and a pulsating brake pedal are usually associated with worn out brakes.

Engine Tune-ups & Maintenance

The engine is known as the heart of the vehicle and it is important to keep it running smoothly with regular tune ups and maintenance by changing spark plugs, filters, hoses and cleaning sensors.

Exhaust Repair

The exhaust system is an important part of your vehicle, carrying burnt gases away from the engine and occupants of the vehicle. The gases flow through an exhaust manifold, catalytic converter and muffler depending on the design and function of the specific exhaust system. When your exhaust system is not functioning properly is causes drivability issues leading to poor fuel economy and performance.

General Repairs

No matter the age, your vehicle needs general repair and regular maintenance to help prevent major repairs later. Even if it is something as small as replacing your wiper blades. Your mechanic generally will check your brakes, battery, hoses, etc and recommend what needs to be done or what can be done at a later date. Trust his opinion, he is there to help keep your vehicle running smoothly.

Motor Vehicle Inspection

By law, your vehicle needs to be inspected annually by a licensed mechanic to be sure of its safety for you and other occupants of the road.