Oil Changes

A certified technician will walk under your vehicle, inspect the exhaust, under carriage, U joints, CV joints, drive & power train, visually inspect the exhaust, suspension and brakes. We include a complimentary tire rotation & washer fluid top up. Our certified staff check all your lights, filters, wipers, condition of tires & pressure. We also check all fluid levels & conditions.

Seasonal Readiness

Saskatchewan weather can have you using your air conditioning and winter tires all
in the same day!!! Talk to our technicians about being ready for all of Mother Nature’s moods.


We offer buyers inspections, 56 point inspections, brake inspections and more

Suspension & Steering

Ball joints, tie rods, control arms, shocks, struts, stabilizer bars, bushings & control links. Automotive suspension systems incorporate many moving components. Vehicle suspension components should be checked annually for proper function & wear. Worn or damaged suspension can cause poor handling, increased tire wear & increased stopping distances.


Not only do you want great brakes in your car you want others to have them too! Whether you require a brake inspection or brake repairs our trained staff is happy to lend a hand keeping you

Brake systems consist of electric, hydraulic & mechanical components. Inspection of the brake system should be done semi-annually & include lubrication of moving parts to prolong the life of the brake system.



Electrical diagnosis, wiring, modules & computer control systems. New technologies have created more electrical systems to control more functions for your vehicle. Modules & data lines control complex functions such as engine performance & emissions. They also take care of simpler yet equally important functions such as headlights. Electrical problems are best diagnosed promptly to ensure all systems operate properly.

Tires & Wheels

Winter tires, all season tires, tire repairs, balancing, tire rotation. We all know how essential tires & wheels are to the functionality of the car but did you know having the right size & style of tire for driving conditions allows for safety as well as longer tire life? Tires & wheels should be balanced annually.


Keeping a vehicles suspension aligned properly will increase tire life & decrease fuel consumption. Vehicle alignments should be checked annually.


Not the kind around your waist. Timing belts, power steering belts & accessory drive belts are as important to your car as your belt is to your wardrobe. While today’s belts are made of extended life rubber compounds which are more resistant to wear & cracking it is still important to have them inspected & replaced when necessary. Idler pulleys & tensioners need inspection and maintenance as well.


Catalytic convertors, mufflers, flex pipes & exhaust manifolds. Yearly inspections can help the performance of your vehicle by checking for leaks or restrictions.


Vehicles require specialized fluids to lubricate high stress & high RPM components. Regular inspection, changes & flushes of these fluids at appropriate intervals will greatly increase the lifespan of these components.

Power Steering

The power steering system can be hydraulic or electric. Proper maintenance of fluids, hoses, boots, sensors, pumps, motors & gears will keep you heading in the right direction!

Radiators & Cooling System

Engine cooling is controlled by radiators, water pumps, hoses & thermostats, heater cores & fans. Inspection should be done semi annually to ensure proper function.

Starters / Alternators / Batteries

Let’s be honest we all know how batteries work, which means we know the importance of them to your vehicle. In a vehicle the starter, alternator & battery have a very close relationship & if one is under the weather it can bring them all down. Have your charging system inspected yearly to keep them all on “speaking” terms.

Air Conditioning

Yearly inspections can help you & your car keep cool by reducing break downs.

Engine Performance

Vehicle engines operate more efficiently today thanks to sensors & modules that control intake air, exhaust & timing. Proper maintenance will ensure these systems continue to operate at their peak.

Engine Warning Lights

While these lights can be both scary & irritating they can be very helpful. Engine lights are connected to several components and it is therefore always easiest & best if you do not ignore
these lights. You may think well my car seems to be running fine, but you could be doing a lot of
damage. If left your vehicle warning light may also be trying to advise you of other issues and you won’t know as the light has been left on. So heed the warning before there is an issue, our trained technicians & up to date technologies can help you prevent unnecessary repairs and take care of urgent matters.