Personal Service with Modern Technology
Your Carrepair service adheres to the highest environmental standards and offers many options for drivers who are environmentally conscious. We recycle about 75 percent of the waste generated in our stores, including used tires, fluids and other automotive products. In early 2008, we became the first national automotive retailer to switch to using environmentally-friendly steel wheel weights instead of lead wheel weights. We are also piloting other environmental programs in several of our locations around the country, including the first green oil change service in Portland, OR. Check with your local store for details.
Carrepair teammates are committed to helping the environment. Team members around the nation frequently contribute their time and talent during local clean up events and coordinate events to better their communities.
Advantages of our service
Qualitative car parts
All the car parts and details we have in stock were purchased from the most trustworthy dealers and manufacturers.
When it comes to repairing or doing checkups on your car’s mechanics or electronics, all our team combined has almost a century of practical experience.
We value the service we provide and our loyal returning customers can always expect some appreciation from us.
We aim to make our service as reasonably priced as possible. That’s why we cut all unessential business expenses…
Karl is the person with the longest mechanical experience when cars are concerned. He’s been fixing Lincolns when you still even weren’t eligible for a driving license!
Senior car mechanic
David used to be a lieutenant of an engineering squad on the 5th fleet. But since he and his few friends gathered together to found a new business, his passion for cars found a new way out!
Derek joined our team few years ago and since then he’s been an essential part of it… His expertise in everything car related makes him one of our most valuable workers!
Junior car mechanic
After working at a GM factory in Michigan for a while, Franklin decided that working for a small business and having a direct contact with end customers is more of his cup of…oil.