What is a wheel lock you may be asking? A wheel lock is a locking lug nut that contains theft-deterring sockets. To remove the locking lug nut, you must have the wheel lock and each set of wheels has its own key. This is a safety feature that prevents the tire, rim, and wheel from being removed from the vehicle. These locks are meant to deter criminals from stealing the wheels off your vehicle. If you are not sure where your wheel lock may be a dealership or manufacturer can replace it if you have the code for your wheel lock. You also can sometimes order a replacement online if you have the make and model of your wheel locks. Our auto repair shop can also remove the wheel locks from the vehicle. We use a special socket that digs into the metal grip on the outside of the wheel lock. This will cause damage to the wheel lock and will not be able to be reused. If there is a wheel lock installed on your vehicle, please be sure to have it easily accessible at the time&n ... read more
What is the difference between an air filter and cabin air filter? An air filter is a screen that essentially removes solid particles that can be harmful to humans. Particles such as dust, powder, pollen, mold, fibers, and germs. It cleans the air to be breathable and odor free for the driver of the vehicle. We recommend an air filter to be changed out every 15,000 miles to keep the air in the vehicle healthy to breathe. You may be thinking; does my vehicle even have a cabin air filter? Not all vehicles are equipped with a cabin air filter. The cabin air filter gets rid of contaminants that are pumped into the cabin with the fans running. We recommend the cabin air filter to be changed out once a year and have a visual inspection completed every 5,000 miles.
What is this digital courtesy inspection your team is always talking about? Each one of our technicians is equipped with an iPad. This allows our technicians to perform a multi-point inspection on every vehicle that comes in. This inspection is no charge to the customer and checks things over from fluids to suspension components. We will check light bulbs on all four corners of the vehicle to confirm no light bulbs are burnt out. We will check all fluid levels such as engine oil, coolant, windshield washer, and brake fluid. The air filter will also be inspected which is what prevents any dust, particles, and sand or debris from reaching the engine. This inspection allows us to keep you informed about what is going with your vehicle. When the inspection is complete you, the customer gets a copy via e-mail or text message with pictures of your vehicle and the inspection report
Why would you want to work at Bob’s Main Street Auto & Towing? We are continually growing since our owners took over in 2004 and strive for nothing less than excellent. We work great as a team, push each other to grow, and care about you outside of work. We have built a business that stays ahead of the industry, invests in our employees, and prioritizes personal growth both at work and at home. We believe you can help take us to the next level and we can do the same for you! Benefits we offer: Health Insurance Life Insurance Paid Holidays Paid Vacation 401K with company contribution Profit Sharing Semi-annual company parties Competitive Pay Paid Training Annual Gifts and Bonus’ Uniforms provided at no cost Weekly paychecks that are directly deposited every Friday Call us today to apply or visit our career tab!
Here at Bob's Main Street Auto & Towing, we are your one stop shop! We service all makes and models; domestic or foreign. Our state-of-the-art equipment allows us to service these vehicles. Our team of technicians strives to stay up to date on the latest automotive technology, and has professional, hands-on experience. We strive to use the most current diagnostic equipment available including original factory equipment. We do services from simple oil changes to engine overhauls. Call us today to schedule an appointment for our technicians to service your vehicles