Happy New Year

From our family to yours, here’s to a healthy and plentiful new year.  Thank you for supporting our local business.

Remodel

“Without continual growth and progress, such words as improvement, achievement, and success have no meaning.“ ~Benjamin Franklin We’ve broke ground on the remodel, finally. Stay tuned as we make the necessary changes to better serve you. Thank you! CAR  

New and improved website design

It’s been a long time coming but we’re finally able to confirm our new website design is live! There are a number of things we hoped to accomplish with this revision, not the least of which is making the browsing experience more efficient and responsive for our end user(s). Among other things, we’re proud to bring

Kindness Matters

  “But when you give to the needy, do not let your left hand know what your right hand is doing,” ~ Matthew 6:3, NIV Ever since Community Automotive Repair’s inception, this company has been built (literally) on charitable initiatives.  If you know our back story, it’s not something we’ve intentionally promoted to date.  This

Coming soon…

It’s only been a couple short years since Community Automotive Repair’s website upgrade but technological advances are happening faster than ever.  As such, we’re pleased to report our corner of the web will be completely revamped, to maximize a user-friendly online community. You’ll still be able to schedule an appointment, link to our social media sites,

Test Post

This is a test post. Let’s see what happens

Synthetic oil, myth versus truth

Maybe your vehicle’s manufacturer requires synthetic oil, or you have a choice.  In either case, you should still learn why one type might perform better than another for your specific vehicle.  We recommend taking a closer look at this article from Vehicle MD regarding “The Truth About Synthetic Oil.” For the record, we strongly support

Inspection(s) can make/break experience

  An article published earlier this year in US News & World Report suggests six car buying mistakes to avoid, where #5 on the list is “Not getting a used car checked out.” We cannot stress enough how this process can either lead to a favorable purchasing experience, or a chain of unfortunate events.  The

Best cars for (new) teen drivers, possibly…

An inquiry we receive quite regularly from parents of newly turned teenage drivers is, “what might the safest possible option for my son/daughter be when it comes to cars on the road?” A fair question, but not an easy one to answer.  Unfortunately, you’ll most often receive equally as many answers as people you ask. 

Stay safe during severe weather!

With most recent events in Kentwood and Wyoming Michigan, it stands to reason we should review how to properly respond to inclement weather while driving.  Thankfully, the American Red Cross has already gone to the effort of making simple to follow instructions. Might go without saying that the safest possible position would not be to operate a motor