Rides & Towing

We don't leave you stranded.  When your vehicle is in for service, we will gladly drop you off and pick you up.

Need a tow to the shop?  Call us and we'll handle it from there, including billing.  For off-hour Emergency service call Scotty's Wrecker Service at 972.245.4476.

Parking fills up quickly from early morning drop-offs.  We recommend parking in the main center lot or behind the building when spaces in front of the office are full.  Please park in a designated space.  Parking on the red fire line may result in an expensive ticket!



Save gas and the environment

With gas prices hovering around $3 per gallon, and spring break road trips planned, many of our customers are asking what they can do to squeeze out a few more miles per gallon. Depending on how well you maintain your vehicle, you might be pleasantly surprised with just how much you can save.

The Car Care Council published the chart (below) that lists some commonly neglected maintenance items that, if addressed, could squeeze out another 11 miles per gallon! Now we doubt that everyone will see this kind of improvement, but if you don't remember when you last addressed these items, it would be a good idea to come by for a check up.

Condition Effect

MPG Penalty
(up to)

Under-inflated tires Increase rolling resistance 1-2 mpg
Dirty air filter Causes excessively rich fuel/air mixture 2.0 mpg
Worn spark plugs Cause inefficient combustion, wasted fuel 2.0 mpg
Worn O2 sensor Unable to detect and adjust air/fuel mixture 3.0 mpg
Dirty or substandard engine oil Increases internal engine friction .4 mpg
Loose gas cap Allows fuel to evaporate 2.0 mpg

Potential loss in fuel economy
if all of the above were neglected

11.4 mpg
Courtesy of the Car Care Council

Another way to improve your vehicle's mpg, sometimes dramatically, is by changing your driving behavior. Unfortunately, like most habits, it's a lot easier said than done. Again, the Car Care Council offers some tips...

  • Don't be an aggressive driver: Aggressive driving can lower gas mileage by as much as 33 percent on the highway and 5 percent on city streets, which results in 10 to 66 cents per gallon.
  • Avoid excessive idling: Sitting idle gets zero miles per gallon. Today's cars don't need to "warm up" before driving, and if you really want it to warm up or cool off in the cabin, you'll get to your preferred temperature faster by driving.
  • Observe the speed limit: Gas mileage decreases rapidly at speeds above 60 mph. Each mpg driven over 60 will result in an additional 10 cents per gallon. To maintain a constant speed on the highway, cruise control is recommended.

Keep in mind that these tips not only save you money, they also save the environment. So here's to a safe and greener spring break!

Contact Information


1203 Crestside Drive
Suite 160
Coppell, TX 75019

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Business Hours

Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 6:30pm
Saturday: 8:00am - 5:00pm


Phone & Email

(972) 393-2521

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