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I've seen some dealer specific car service shops with See Level HX. Intellishop has some oil change shops.
Bestmark. Intellishop. Seelevel. Business Solutions. Ipsos Sassie. It depends on the car brands, which I can't say because of the rules.
Thank you for your replies. Here is some clarification: I'm not looking for an oil change, I'm looking for a shop dealing with automotive repair.
BestMark has some very brand-specific auto repair shops. I did a few for another MSC about 2 years ago that were for auto repair. My recollection is that those and the ones for BestMark are under $100. So, not much repair. Sometimes it is for absolutely anything, but $100 will not pay for much.

Shopping Southeast Pennsylvania, Delaware above the canal, and southwestern NJ since 2008
I used the under $100 shops for wiper blades, cabin filer changes, oil changes, and tire rotations. I trust the various chain stores that far.

Shopping Southeast Pennsylvania, Delaware above the canal, and southwestern NJ since 2008
But remember to check that they put the oil cap back on and other "simple" stuff. It should be simple but sometimes these simple things get forgotten.
That's exactly what happened to my brother-in-law. He ended up with a ruined engine because they didn't put the oil cap back on.
I had to get a strap wrench to get my 710 cap off. And now I need blinker fluid cause I can't signal right without sticking my arm out the window.
Well, in NJ, arm signals are no longer legal. I found you a good price for blinkere fluid: [www.amazon.com]
@2stepps wrote:

I had to get a strap wrench to get my 710 cap off. And now I need blinker fluid cause I can't signal right without sticking my arm out the window.

Shopping Southeast Pennsylvania, Delaware above the canal, and southwestern NJ since 2008
Now that colder weather is upon us, don't forget to change out that hot summer air in your tires!
@ceasesmith wrote:

Jeanne, is that a joke?

It absolutely is a joke. I hope no one took me seriously!!

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 11/07/2019 05:48PM by JeanneMarie.
Now that cold weather has arrived, that hot summer air in your tires has decreased in pressure (some of you might remember that you once knew that PV = nRT), so be sure to bring your tires up to the required pressure with cold winter air.
@JeanneMarie wrote:

Now that colder weather is upon us, don't forget to change out that hot summer air in your tires!

Shopping Southeast Pennsylvania, Delaware above the canal, and southwestern NJ since 2008
As you can see, I know about as much about cars as I do....well, apps and cell phones and such.

smiling smiley
@myst4au wrote:

Now that cold weather has arrived, that hot summer air in your tires has decreased in pressure (some of you might remember that you once knew that PV = nRT), so be sure to bring your tires up to the required pressure with cold winter air.
@JeanneMarie wrote:

Now that colder weather is upon us, don't forget to change out that hot summer air in your tires!

Where I live, we have a high of 5 degrees for a few days, then mid-60's for a few days, then repeat. Here, it is impossible to constantly increase/decrease tire pressure and keep up with the temps as often as that drastically changes, so I keep an eye on dash board tire pressure indicator and just try to keep within 5 psi of the suggested level. The one thing that I do NOT want to do is let one of these 5 degree days hit and have to get out to put air in 4 tires!
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