Did you know that in summer months, the inside temperature of a vehicle sitting in the sun can easily reach 120 degrees or more? Keeping you and your passengers comfortable during the hottest weather is dependent on proper maintenance of your car air conditioning system.
With the onset of spring your car requires maintenance to ensure it is ready for increased driving and rainy weather. Often times, we get used to the feeling of things like brakes not working properly, making it even more critical to have them checked with the change of seasons. Investing in maintenance now can also ensure that your vehicle does not require more costly repairs later in the season.
Sidney Billingsley found the best technicians he could when he opened Steve’s Auto Repair in 2005. He hired a group with various levels of training and experience, some of whom were better than others.
Ray Dezeeuw is from Fredericksburg and is one of our general service technicians. Even though he commutes on I-95 every day he says that he looks forward to coming in to work. A graduate of Chancellor High School, Ray attended Germanna Community College for their automotive program.