Like many reputable auto repair shops, Elite Auto Repair features ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) certified auto repair technicians. Perhaps you’ve wondered just what that means exactly, and what the value of it is to you, the consumer. Since 1972, the ASE Blue Seal has been the most valued professional credential for the automotive repair and service industry.
Getting ASE Certified shows that an auto repair facility isn’t satisfied with being just average — they’re choosing excellence for their repair shop. In this video, Tony Molla, Vice President of Communications, and Dave Cappert, Executive Director of Electronic Initiatives, explain the many reasons why an auto technician and/or a facility chooses to be certified.
There are a lot of things people come to dread during the hot summer months, especially in areas where the thermometer climbs into the triple digits (Tempe, Chandler. Phoenix anyone?) One of these dreaded things is getting into a hot car and sweating it out until the air conditioner can work its magic. There are a few different things you can do to help keep your car considerably cooler. One of the most obvious things is to park in the shade.
Everyone wants to save money, especially when it comes to their vehicles. But after you’ve found the cheapest gas, calculated the best routes to and from work, and made use of all those little tips and tricks to save on your day-to-day car costs, is there anything else you can do? Yes–you may actually be able to deduct some of your automobile expenses on your taxes. This can help lower the amount you have to pay or even help you get a tax return.