Hours of Operation:
Mon - Fri 7:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Saturday by appointment.
Extended early and late hours by appointment
Hope Peterson, Certified Mechanic and owner of New Hope Auto & Truck Services
Happy Mother’s Day!
Remember the days when you were just learning to take care of your own car, and your Mom or Dad would remind you always to check the oil so you wouldn’t burn up your engine?
One of the things I’m always telling people, when I service their cars, introduce myself at networking meetings, participate in Chamber of Commerce events, or just chat about car care, is this:
It’s easier and less expensive to replace your oil, than to replace your engine.
Keeping the right level of fresh oil in your engine is easily the single most important thing you can do to prolong the life of your engine and keep it running at peak performance.
On this Mother’s Day, why not give your Mom a gift that will make car care the least of her worries: offer her a year’s worth of oil changes!
And to make the gift extra special, schedule those oil changes on a day when you can go out to lunch together.
Have a great Mother’s Day!
What an honor, and such a wonderful surprise to end the year!
On December 12, I learned that New Hope Auto & Truck Services had been named to the 2012 list of Super Service Award-recognized businesses by Angie’s List!
Angie’s List is the “you can’t pay to get on it” list that provides consumer-generated evaluations of businesses all across the country.
What this means is that my shop’s terrific customers took the time to tell other people about the service and customer care they experienced at New Hope Auto & Truck Services. Sort-of an online “word of mouth” recommendation.
So, if you look to the right, you’ll see the “badge of honor” that Angie’s List sent for me to display.
Thank you so much to the car owners who entrusted their vehicles to me, and who earned for me this badge of distinction! I look forward to providing you with excellent car care and customer service in the coming year!
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