Faq - Express Mobile Mechanic Tampa

Car Repairing

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  • What is Log-Book servicing?
    Log-Book servicing is a specific type of car servicing that is carried out in accordance with the manufacturer’s guidelines. This means that all of the required service tasks are carried out, and only genuine parts and fluids ...
  • Can you check my steering and suspension?
    Yes. In fact suspension and steering problems are among the most dangerous issues that can affect a vehicle. If suspension or steering components are failing, it can lead to loss of control while driving, potentially causing an ...
  • Does my car require a tune-up?
    Manufacturers typically recommend that cars receive a tune-up every 30,000 miles or so. However, there are a few factors that can affect how often your car needs this type of service. For example, if you frequently drive ...
  • Do you service other vehicles or just cars?
    We are a full-service mobile auto repair service. We work on all makes and models of cars, trucks, and SUVs. We have the latest diagnostic equipment and our ASE certified technicians are up to date on all ...
  • Do you provide Roadworthy Certificates?
    At our service station, we provide roadworthy certificates for all types of vehicles. Whether you have a car, truck, or motorcycle, we can inspect your vehicle and certify that it is safe to drive on the roads. ...
  • Do you do auto electrical repairs?
    We are proud to offer complete auto electrical repair services. We have a team of highly skilled and experienced technicians who are able to troubleshoot and repair any electrical issue you may be having with your vehicle. ...
  • Do you service hybrid electrical cars?
    We are happy to service hybrid electric cars! We have the experience and equipment necessary to safely work on hybrid vehicles. Our technicians are trained on the latest Hybrid Vehicle technologies and we stay up-to-date on the ...

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