Neubauer’s Auto Repair is located in Ellicott City, Md., in northeast Howard County, approximately 10 miles north of the Baltimore-Washington International Airport. Following is a brief history of the business, in owner Jim Neubauer’s own words.
Judy’s Automotive is located in historic San Rafael, Calif., in the North Bay region of San Francisco. The one-person shop opened in 2005 and offers maintenance and repairs for all Asian and American cars, light trucks and SUVs.
Cunningham’s Automotive Repair is located one mile north of the historic town of Ottsville, Pa., in picturesque northern Bucks County, 50 miles north of Philadelphia and 24 miles southeast of Allentown.
Brentwood, Tenn., is a suburb of Nashville, located due south of Music City, and is known for its rolling hills as well as being one of the wealthiest cities in the U.S. relative to the average cost of living. Population is roughly 41,000.
The state of Tennessee boasts a variety of iconic wonders, not the least of which is a shop that’s nestled just west of the incredibly majestic Blue Ridge mountain range. American & Import Auto Repair is located in Johnson City, a town steeped in the state’s legacy.
Located in the southeast area of historic Cedar Falls and immediately northwest of neighboring Waterloo, Iowa, the Mad Hatter Auto Service shop’s market area encompasses the northeast section of the state.
Updated Automotive Repair is in Northeast Ohio, a scant 20 miles southeast of Cleveland. The shop caters to both customers who own daily-driven commuter vehicles as well as enthusiasts who own occasional-use street rods, and has gained a reputation for quality work on a wide variety of vehicles.
Nestled in the iconic Pocono mountain range of eastern Pennsylvania, Best Auto Service & Tire Center stands out as a bastion of outstanding service and unwavering customer loyalty. Owners Lisa and Tom Sforia opened the shop doors in 2007 and have earned the trust of vehicle owners throughout the region.
Wilson’s Garage has been a fixture in Pfafftown, N.C., since 1950. Nestled in the hills that overlook the picturesque Yadkin Valley, about 35 miles south of the Virginia border and northwest of the bustling Winston-Salem area, Pfafftown was founded back in 1786. Since the shop opened its doors, it has earned an extremely loyal customer base that extends well beyond the borders of its classic “small town America” location.
The Local Wrench has established itself as, well, the local favorite automotive service shop in the northwest Washington state region.