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    Last updated 2 years ago

    Lately on the blog, we’ve explored the advantages of ASE certified trained technicians and their ability to customize a car. For more information on either of these topics, check out these articles. Call Danny’s Great Bear Automotive at (954) 654-7917 for more automotive assistance.

    • This website provides an in-depth list of helpful ways to find a reliable car repair shop.
    • The scorching summer can have lasting effects on your car. Regular check-ups and searching for shade can help keep your car cool.
    • In addition to being energy efficient and environmentally friendly, LED lights offer safety through added visibility.
    • RoadandTrack.com explores the most popular car colors of 2010 and what each say about their driver.
    • If you’re looking for some car customization ideas, then be sure to check out this site for some inspiration.

    BMW 1 Series M Coupe vs BMW M3

    Last updated 3 years ago

    This video explores the differences between the new BMW Series M Coupe and the BMW M3. Though they both go from zero to 60 in 4.2 seconds the new coupe is 300 pounds lighter and $30,000 cheaper. Watch the full clip to see which has more horsepower, gears, and performs better on the road.

    At Danny’s Great Bear Automotive, we have ASE trained and certified technicians who specialize in fleet service, automotive repair, and custom body work. Call us today at (954) 654-7917 to see how we can help you with your automotive needs.

    Why You Should Only Have ASE Trained & Certified Technicians Working on Your Vehicle

    Last updated 3 years ago

    When taking your car to the mechanic, you want to be certain that it’s in good hands. Having an Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) trained and certified technician work on your vehicle is one way to guarantee that your car is in good hands.

    What is it?
    An ASE certified technician has undergone two years of relevant hands-on work experience and has passed an exam verifying their knowledge of automotive repair service. It serves as proof of a technician’s competence and effectiveness and can be easily identified by an ASE shoulder insignia, wallet ID card, or wall certificate.

    Who can get one?
    There are almost 375,000 certified technicians in the United States, and that number is growing every year. The certificate is available to anyone within the automotive industry, and though it’s not required by state law for mechanics to obtain certification, reputable employers will only hire those who are already ASE certified.

    Why it matters
    When you hire someone to perform automotive repair on your vehicle, you want to be sure that the job with get done correctly. An ASE certification is a promise of professionalism: It ensures that your technician has received the training and education needed to provide you with quality server. ASE certified technicians are also required to be retested every five years, ensuring that they are technologically up to date.

    Taking your car to an ASE certified technician takes the guess work out of finding a good mechanic. Especially in the summer heat, it’s important to take care of your wheels.

    At Danny’s Great Bear Automotive, our ASE trained and certified technicians are prepared to help you with your automotive needs. We offer fleet service and custom body work, in addition to traditional automotive repair, so call us today at (954) 654-7917 to see how we can help you with your vehicle.

    3 Examples of Popular Custom Automotive Light, Body, and Paint Work

    Last updated 3 years ago

    Everybody love their car when it’s brand new.  Unfortunately, as time moves forward, we eventually become tired of looking at the same style day in and day out. Fortunately, upgrading your vehicle is a great way to feel like you’re driving something entirely different. Check out these 3 examples of custom car work that can rejuvenate your relationship with your car.

    1.      LED light incorporation 

    LED lights can be built in to your headlights, taillights, interior, and the body of your vehicle. LEDs have several advantages over regular light bulbs, the most notable of which is their exciting range of colors. LED lights can illuminate your car in vibrant hues and provide extra visibility for the driver. 

    2.      Widebody upgrades

    Widebody kits, as the name implies, make the vehicle wider by installing larger fenders and quarter panels.  Widebody upgrades are another custom car upgrade that isn’t solely cosmetic: It allows for increased styling, more efficient aerodynamics, and larger wheels.

     3.      Unique paint color

    Getting a new paint job for your car is a simple way to make your car exciting once again. Many automotive companies offer colors that aren’t available at the factory or dealership.  In fact, some body shops will work with you to create the perfect, customized design. 

    These are just a few examples of what you can do to vamp up your car and restore excitement to your daily drive. At Danny’s Great Bear Automotive, we have ASE trained and certified technicians on staff to help you customize your car in dozens of other ways. Call us at (954) 654-7917 to find out how to get started. We also offer fleet service and automotive repair, so be sure to check us out for all of your automotive needs. 

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    Last updated 3 years ago

    If you want to know more about the newest cars or about automotive service and repair, then consult the following links: 

    To learn more about automotive service, call Danny’s Great Bear Automotive at (954) 654-7917!

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