Location: Port Richey

11930 US HWY 19 North
Port Richey, FL 34668
(727) 863-6105

DIRECTIONS: “Bayonet Point”, at the corner of US 19 & SR 52

Hours: Monday-Friday 7:30am-5:30pm, Saturday 7:30am-2:00pm, Sunday Closed

This Location is Independently Owned and Operated

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Meet Nick…

Seven months after joining the Ice Cold Air® family as a manager, Nick Zammit is now the owner of his location.
Originally born in Buffalo, Nick moved to the Clearwater area in 1994 and graduated from Dunedin High School. He has always loved cars, so it’s no surprise he ended up in the auto industry. He has made cars his living since 2005.
He enjoys spending time with his beautiful little girl who he says, “brighten my days.” He is also the proud papa of fur babies, Pedro (a Dachshund) and Reese (Boston Terrier-Chihuahua).

Testimonials

Usually auto repair companies make me feel like I’m taking their precious time. Your guys made me feel like family!!! I’ve referred 4 families so far!!!

E. Rousselle

Everyone is very nice. As a single “older” lady I appreciate this!!

S. Hubbard

Nick and crew are great to work with – I’ve been back several times.

E. Knight

Nick Zammit is a definite plus to your company. Very pleasant all the time and has common sense.

M. Garzillo

Ice Cold Air at US19 and S.R.52 surpassed my expectations. Excellent job!

James H.

Simply the best – I have confidence that my auto will be fixed right “no worries”

K. Schmid

I find the service as close to perfect as can be. I’ve recommended quite a few friends.

 

M. Grasso

Dependable, simply the best – can always count on them – friendly – knowledgeable and “they know what they are doing”.

K. Schmid

Auto repair is expensive and usually an unpleasant experience. I still spent money but the experience was far more enjoyable.

R. Killius

“You did a wonderful job. Pleased with the work you did.”

J. Strauch


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9 Tips to Extend the Life of Your Car – January 2022

9 Tips to Extend the Life of Your Car

Of course, everyone wants their car to last as long as possible, but what’s the secret? Ask anyone with a car with extremely high mileage, and their answer will be the same; always keep up with vehicle maintenance!

Most people get overwhelmed by car maintenance, but don’t worry! Here are 9 tips and habits from our team at Ice Cold Air Dale Mabry that are sure to extend the life of your car!

#1. Change Your Oil

Probably the most important maintenance task to do, oil changes are more than just a tip, but a requirement! Oil cools and lubricates the inside of your engine, and it is recommended that your oil is changed every 3,000 miles (or the manufacturer’s recommendation).

In modern cars, opting for a full synthetic oil change can allow you to drive more miles between oil changes; close to 10,000 miles. Neglecting an oil change can cause serious damage to your engine, from metal-eating sludge, lower miles per gallon, and even engine failure!

#2. Replace Filters

Filters stop harmful debris like dirt, dust, and sediments from damaging your car. There are a few filters that need to be changed in your car, including the oil filter which usually gets changed along with your oil. The air filter protects the intake of air into the engine, while the cabin air filter keeps dust and debris out of the air conditioning system. The timeframe before a change is needed can vary, so be sure to listen to your mechanic if they recommend one.

Unsure when your last filter change was? Come down to Ice Cold Air in South Tampa (right on Dale Mabry) and have one of our helpful technicians look at your car! (813) 879-0600

#3. Stay Up to Date on Fluid Changes

It’s not engine oil that keeps your car running smoothly! Other fluids in your vehicle require changes, just less often than oil. Transmission fluid, brake fluid, radiator coolant, and power steering fluid all need to be changed at some point.

If your vehicle is AWD or 4WD there are also differential and transfer case fluids that need to be changed. It’s always a good idea to stay up to date on your fluids by checking every few weeks, and if you are unsure, give a trusted mechanic from our Ice Cold Air location a call!

#4. Clean Your Car   

This may not be a mechanical issue, but keeping your car clean inside and out helps the interior and the paint stay looking new for years! Maintaining a clean car also keeps the resale value high and your passengers happy.

#5. Don’t Put Off Repairs

Choosing to put off repairs can lead to worse damage than if you had just fixed the issue to begin with. That noise you’re trying to tune out may just end up overheating your car or causing a breakdown while you’re driving around town.

Is your check engine light on? Call Ice Cold Air on Dale Mabry today at (813) 879-0600!

 

#6. Check Your Tires

Check your tire’s air pressure and condition regularly. Tires are the only connection your car should have with the road, and all that contact leads to a lot of wear and tear. On top of ensuring the safety of your car, maintaining good tires helps improve your fuel efficiency and vehicle performance!

#7. Use the Garage if Possible

If possible, always try to park under cover the cover of a garage or covered parking, which will protect your car from the outside elements. Whether it’s dust, dirt, rain, other drivers, or a woodchip from a lawnmower going through the window, the outdoors can be a scary place for an idle car! Keep your car covered to protect the paint.

#8. Read Your Owner’s Manual

If you open your glove box, how long will it take you to shut it? If you don’t know what we’re talking about, then you should have enough room in there to find your owner’s manual! Many people keep it under the pile of random collections in the glove box, but don’t forget to take it out and read it!

Most questions about your car can be answered in the manual. If yours is lost, you can easily look up a copy of one online by searching the make, model, and year of your vehicle.

#9. Drive With Care

If you’re reading this far, you care about your car, so drive like it! Fast accelerations and braking put a large strain on the entire car, causing important components to wear out faster.

Most times while people speed around, you’ll notice you catch up at the next light or two anyway, so drive safe for the sake of your car.

 

Ice Cold Air is Here for You South Tampa!

No matter the issue with your car, it’s always a good idea to get it inspected by an experienced mechanic. Whether you need a routine oil change or a complicated repair, our technicians at Ice Cold Air on Dale Mabry are here to help!  We’re more than just ice-cold air; you can trust us with anything your car needs. Call us today at (813) 879-0600! We’ll book you an appointment as soon as possible. Or swing by the shop! You can find us at Ice Cold Air 410 S Dale Mabry Hwy, Tampa.  

My TPMS Sensor Turned On! – December 2021

Help! My TPMS Sensor Turned On! 

Your tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS) is the system in your car that alerts you when the air pressure drops inside the tire. Our auto repair shop talks what it is, how it works, and when to stop by our shop.

As the weather cools down, it is common for your tire pressure to decrease as the temperature does. Normally, this isn’t the end of the world and simply requires filling your tires with some air at a local gas station.

However, it also turns on to alert you of unsafe driving conditions. If the light is illuminated, your tires may be underinflated, leading to tire wear and possible failure such as a blowout. Understanding the importance of proper tire inflation is crucial for staying safe on the road.

If you see an alert about your tire pressure (or other maintenance lights in your car), don’t ignore them. Stop by the shop! We’re conveniently located on S Dale Mabry right here in South Tampa! 

What Does a TPMS Warning Light Mean?

An illuminated TPMS symbol can help you avoid a dangerous situation by alerting you of low tire pressure. As soon as it turns on, you should investigate your tires to make sure there is no substantial damage. 

Ideally, you should keep a tire pressure gauge in your trunk that you can use in these incidents. The correct pressure for your tires can be found in the owner’s manual or on the driver’s door jamb.  

Be aware that having TPMS doesn’t replace routine tire maintenance. This tool will alert you when the pressure is low, but the pressure may drop below the ideal level long before this indicator lights up on your dashboard.  

Check your tire pressure monthly (remember the spare!) and have your tires rotated every 6,000 miles.

My TPMS Light Turns On and Off  

When tire pressure(s) are close to the threshold to trigger the light, fluctuating temperatures may cause the light to turn on and off. You are most likely to see it turn on early in the morning and turn off in the heat of the day. Use a gauge to make sure the pressure isn’t too low and add any air if necessary. 

If you need help, come by and see our friendly team at Ice Cold Air – conveniently located on S Dale Mabry. Our tire services should set you straight. Our licensed technicians will check inflation pressure and rotate your tires.

Getting from Point A to Point B with proper tire inflation can improve gas mileage.  Now, that’s a recent to pull out that tire gauge!

TPMS Light Flashes and Stays On 

If the TPMS light flashes for around 60-90 seconds every time you start your vehicle before remaining illuminated, then it is not functioning properly. You should take it to an automotive service center, like Ice Cold Air on S Dale Mabry, to have it inspected as soon as possible. 

Until it is repaired, your TPMS will not indicate low tire pressure. 

Ice Cold Air is Here for Your Tires!    

Remember it’s recommended you check your tire pressure each month (remember the spare!) and have your tires rotated every 6,000 miles. If you are having issues with your TPMS or your tires, stop by Ice Cold Air! 

We’re more than just ice-cold air; you can trust us with anything your car needs to get you from Point A to Point B. Call us today to get you back to smooth-cruising; (813) 879-0600! We’ll book you an appointment as soon as possible. Or swing by the shop! You can find us at Ice Cold Air 410 S Dale Mabry Hwy, Tampa.  

5 Five Life-Savers to Store in Your Car – December 2021

Five Life Savers to Store in Your Vehicle

You’ll want to make sure that you have these in your car!   

Whether mudding through swampy backroads or suffering through bumper-to-bumper city traffic, you are bound to run into unexpected problems on the road. There is a set of items every driver—no matter how experienced—should stash in their car to be best prepared for any situation.  

Here are our team’s top 5 must-haves to have in your car in case of emergency!  

1. Emergency Kit  

If you are caught in a tough spot, you need to have an emergency kit full of tools that can save you in minor inconveniences and potentially life-threatening situations.  

 

 

In case of emergency, make sure you have these on hand in your car:  

  • ● First-aid supplies 
  • ● Flares and warning triangles 
  • ● Portable gas tank 
  • ● Road maps (in case your phone is dead, lost, or damaged) 
  • ● Car-adapter phone charger  
  • ● Cleaning Supplies (tissues, trash bags, reusable shopping bags) 
  • ● Water (and maybe some non-perishable snacks) 
  • ● Duct tape 
  • ● A pen/pencil and paper (to write notes if you have to leave your car) 
  • ● A multi-tool 
  • ● Work gloves & latex gloves  
  • ● Seatbelt cutter/ window breaker 
  • ● Flashlight  

Keep these items somewhere in your vehicle where they are secure and easily accessible like the trunk or glove box.  

 

2. Jack and Lug Wrench Set  

If you know how to drive a car and own a vehicle, you should know how to change a tire and should keep a jack and lug wrench set in your trunk.  

While you can sometimes rely on a tow truck driver or family member to help you change a tire, there are circumstances where you might not have immediate access to help.

A car jack lifts your car so you can easily remove the tires. A lug nut set helps you secure the new wheel on the vehicle.  

3. Spare Tire 

A jack and lug wrench are useless without a working spare tire. Be aware that spare tires are not meant to be used for extended periods and should only be used in emergencies. Drive home immediately or to a service station and then replace it with a new tire.  

Dealing with car troubles? Our team at Ice Cold Air on Dale Mabry is ready to help! Call for an appointment at our 5-star car repair shop – (813) 879-0600! 

4. Jumper Cables 

Unfortunately, car batteries can die out of nowhere and without warning. Jumper cables can help you jump-start your vehicle and get you back on the road. They can also make you the hero for another driver with a failed battery. You can save the day simply by being prepared!

5. WD-40   

Vehicles sometimes need a bit of TLC in creaky spots and tight lug nuts. (Especially if you have to unexpectedly change your tire on the side of the road!) WD-40 has countless other applications for your car too and is worth storing in the trunk!

Time to Get Service

Car troubles and emergencies on the road can be overwhelming, especially for novice drivers. You can avoid some issues with proper maintenance on your car, but these tips will help you be prepared in case an emergency strikes while cruising in Tampa Bay. Trust us, keep these things in your car, and you’ll make stressful situations easier to handle.  

Let’s get you back to smooth cruising. At Ice Cold Air in South Tampa, your safety and comfort are always our TOP priority. Our experienced automotive technicians will get you back behind the wheel and keep you rolling forward!  

We’re more than just ice-cold air; you can trust us with anything your car needs to get you from Point A to Point B. Schedule vehicle maintenance today at Ice Cold Air South Tampa, 410 S Dale Mabry Hwy, today—(813) 879-0600! 

Reasons to Donate to Toys for Tots – December 2021

Reasons to Donate to Toys for Tots

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! It’s the season where everything is just a little bit merrier and a little bit brighter. Here at Ice Cold Air South Tampa, we love the holiday season and want to make it brighter for our entire community.  

Every year, we host a Toys for Tots drive in our shop. We love making the holidays just a little bit better for families and children in need.  

There are many reasons why you should donate to Toys for Tots. Learn some of the great reasons to donate and how your generosity could earn you some free or discounted car service from our team at Ice Cold Air on Dale Mabry!  

What is Toys for Tots?  

Started in 1991 by the U.S. Marine Corps, Toys for Tots’ vision, through the gift of a new toy, is to help bring the joy of the holiday season and send a message of hope to America’s less fortunate children. We can’t think of a better mission… 

 Give Joy by Giving Back 

Here are some of the few reasons to do a little good and give back to the Tampa Bay community: 

  1. You’re bringing joy to a child in need. Think of the look on their face when they open up the present that you gifted them. Now, that’s sheer joy.  
  2. Do it because you love shopping. Sometimes we just need an excuse to get out – this is the perfect one. Plus, it’s only a $20 value gift. 
  3. Feel like Santa! Thousands of children in our community need toys. If you’re able to donate, you’re contributing to the joy of our community here in South Tampa.  
  4. With your donation, you’ll make the holidays less stressful for parents who can’t afford gifts for their children. 
  5. Your donation is tax-deductible. (Can we get a donation-err-celebrate the win-win?) 

 Our shop is accepting donations through December 11th. 

 Come by with a new, unwrapped toy  and get your car the service it needs!  

  1. When you do good, you feel better. It’s science. Giving is good for your mental and physical health.  
  2. The toy you donate could help a child with their mental development. 
  3. It’s an opportunity to pay forward the good year that you’ve had. 
  4. There’s no reason not to! It’s an easy and kind way to contribute to the needs within our own community! 
  5. If you donate with us, you can get a FREE oil change and tire rotation or $20 off any repair!  

Do good, drive better.  

We’re focused on doubling our donations  

this year, and we need YOUR help! 

 We love South Tampa – that’s why we’re here! We are always looking for ways to make our community better. Toys for Tots is a simple way to do that. So, join us in giving back – come by our shop on Dale Mabry to donate today! 

 

5 Signs You Need New Brake Pads – November 2021

5 Signs You Need New Brake Pads 

The fact is – if you own a car, brake maintenance is an essential part of your car’s maintenance. Oftentimes, car owners don’t prioritize it until it becomes a problem. This could be a huge safety issue that’s better being avoided. 

If something fails in your brakes, that could result in catastrophic consequences. Your brakes are a complex system of components, and the pieces that you’ll likely be replacing the most often are brake pads. 

Here at Ice Cold Air in South Tampa, we want to keep you safe and on the road. Come in for a free brake inspection, and we can let you know where your brakes and brake pads stand – and if anything needs repaired or replaced.  

Don’t look the other way then lights come on in your car. These are 5 signs that your brake pads need to be replaced immediately. 

1. Squealing Noise 

 Have you ever been driving in a relatively quiet space and you hear a loud screeching sound coming from your car? Usually, this happens when you’re driving slowly, in and out of a garage, and switching between your pedals a couple of times. The noise is alarming, and it could make you ask what’s going on with your car. 

Most brake pads are now equipped with “wear indicators.” The entire purpose is to make a loud, unpleasant sound so that you notice something is maybe wrong with your car. When the brake pads are worn to a dangerous level, the metal will scrape against the rotor to emit the sound you’re hearing.  

This is to warn you that your brake pads are in danger of wearing away altogether – a sure sign to get them replaced before it’s too late and causes damage to your brakes.
 

2. Clicking Noise 

Brake pads fit into a special holding device in most cars. If something holding them in comes loose, they will begin to rattle. If they’re loose, this could cause uneven wear and unsteady braking. The sound will happen when the brake is pushed or released and is a clear sign to come in and get it checked out. 

 

3. Braking Takes More Time Than It Used to 

This common problem is called “brake fade.” 

It’s the result of intentionally applying the brakes over a long distance without bringing the car to a full stop. Sometimes this maneuver is necessary when driving downhill or around winding roads. If you do this frequently, it will wear your brakes down more quickly. You’ll start to notice that your car does not come to as rapid of a stop as it once did.
 

4. Car Pulls to One Side When Braking 

 It’s important to note that your brake pads will not always wear out at the same rate. There are times where one side will thin faster than the other side. If this happens, your car might pull slightly to one side when braking.  

If this problem remains unchecked, it will put unnecessary stress on your steering rack. Have a mechanic check this out immediately. The brake pads might not be the cause behind this, however, if they are – it is important to get both sets replaced at once.  

Schedule an appointment with our skilled automotive technicians; we’d be happy to take a look. 
 

5. Brake Pedal Vibrates When Pushed 

 If your brake pedal shakes when you step on it – your brake pads might be the root of that problem. Brake pads are held together with binding resin and as they wear down, the adhesive heats up and can smear across the rotor. 

Ideally, this resin spreads evenly across the rotor, but there are times when it can spread unevenly. This issue is called “glazing” and can cause the brake pedal to vibrate. 

Stop by Ice Cold Air  

Any of these things are a huge issue with your car and brake system. Do not leave it unchecked. Keep your family safe and listen to these signs. Swing by the shop or call to book an appointment at our convenient Dale Mabry location in South Tampa or any of our other 16 Tampa Bay area locations 

We’ll do a thorough brake inspection today, and you can trust us to make any repairs needed and be upfront with you. Come in today for a safer tomorrow. 

 

Our 16th Year! Free Oil Change for Toys to Support the Marine’s Toys for Tots

Ice Cold Air Discount Auto Repair is giving away a free oil-change including a tire rotation to any customer who brings in a new, unwrapped toy for the Marines’ “Toys for Tots” program from now until December 11th. This is the Pinellas-based auto repair franchise’s 16th year giving away oil changes to those who donate toys. Customers have the option of trading the new toy for an oil change and tire rotation on the spot or exchanging the toy for a voucher for a free future oil change and tire rotation or $20 off any service. There are 17 Ice Cold Air locations throughout Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco, Hernando and Citrus counties. “We are very proud to join the Marines and their exceptional program for our 16th year. It is an honor to help facilitate our customer’s support and making positive impacts in the lives of children in our community,” said Tina M. Denham, President of Ice Cold Air Discount Auto Repair. “Our customers and community have been very good to us for 50 years, and acting as a drop off location for Toys for Tots is an excellent way for us to give back to the community and our customers for their support.” Over the years, it is estimated that Ice Cold Air Discount Auto Repair customers have donated 28,000 toys. This year Denham says they aspire to donate over 2000 more, “our loyal customers have a proven history, and I know they are eager to support the program again this year. We are asking for even more community members to take advantage of this offer and help us meet our goal.” The toys should be of similar value, in the original packaging and unwrapped. Donations will be accepted at almost all of the 17 Ice Cold Air locations. Those interested in taking advantage of the promotion should call or stop by their local Ice Cold Air location to ensure participation. Visit www.icecoldair.com for a list of locations. # # #

The Perks of Becoming an Automotive Technician

Becoming an automotive technician is a rewarding path for anyone looking in the trades or to change careers. Getting to work with your hands all day and knowing that you finished your day with a job well done is a huge positive on its own.

If you’re looking to start a new, exciting career as an automotive technician, we’d like to share some of the perks of the job!

  • Stability
  • Variety
  • Advancement Opportunities (plus, great pay and a signing bonus!)
  • Satisfaction

These are just a few of the perks that come with becoming an automotive tech! We are constantly looking for new talent and unique individuals to join our team. If a new career is something you’re interested in, let’s look at what’s in it for you in your career as an automotive tech:

#1. Stability

There will always be a need for good automotive mechanics. You can choose to live anywhere and there will always be a way to find steady employment. You never have to wonder where your next paycheck is coming from, you will always have security for you and your family.

#2. Variety

Every day is a little bit different in the life of an automotive technician. Different cars, different parts, and always a new thing to learn! Trust us, there is a steady stream of change that keeps you active and prevents boredom in the day-to-day work.

#3. Advancement Opportunities

Becoming an automotive technician also opens you up to a world of opportunities. You can advance your career and eventually become a master in the field. This guarantees higher pay (Master Technicians in the US make an average of 123,527 per year) and more opportunities to do the type of work that you want to do.

In fact, the Ice Cold Air® Discount Auto Repair franchise makes a bit of a habit of turning former shop employees into successful entrepreneurs and business owners.  Many of our franchise owners include both former managers and former technicians.  We pride ourselves in our ability to offer a chance for those who’ve always dreamed of owning their own shop.

#4. Satisfaction

After a long day of work, you have the satisfaction of knowing you’re doing good work for your local community. You are keeping people safe in their cars, you are making their transportation more reliable, and you are spending every day doing the best work that you possibly can.

Plus, we care about giving back wherever we can to others in Tampa Bay. As a team, we conduct back-to-school and food drives, Toys for Tots for 15 years now, and so much more.

 

Join Our Team as an Automotive Technician

We have the BEST job! Every day is as different as the cars we work on. Become an automotive technician, diagnose and solve problems, and make repairs to keep cars on the road longer and keep our customers safe.

If you’re a seasoned automotive mechanic or just getting started, consider joining our team. We would love to hear from you; tell us why you’d be a good fit for our car care team. We are always interested in meeting and hiring new talent in the Tampa area. Send in your resume here!

 

Our 15th Year! Free Oil Change for Toys to Support the Marine’s Toys for Tots

Ice Cold Air Discount Auto Repair is giving away a free oil-change including a tire rotation to any customer who brings in a new, unwrapped toy for the Marines’ “Toys for Tots” program from now until December 12th. This is the Pinellas-based auto repair franchise’s 15th year giving away oil changes to those who donate toys. Customers have the option of trading the new toy for an oil change and tire rotation on the spot or exchanging the toy for a voucher for a free future oil change and tire rotation or $20 off any service. There are 17 Ice Cold Air locations throughout Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco, Hernando and Citrus counties. “We are very proud to join the Marines and their exceptional program for our 15th year. It is an honor to help facilitate our customer’s support and making positive impacts in the lives of children in our community,” said Tina M. Denham, President of Ice Cold Air Discount Auto Repair. “Our customers and community have been very good to us for 50 years, and acting as a drop off location for Toys for Tots is an excellent way for us to give back to the community and our customers for their support.” Over the years, it is estimated that Ice Cold Air Discount Auto Repair customers have donated 25,000 toys. This year Denham says they aspire to donate over 2000 more, “our loyal customers have a proven history, and I know they are eager to support the program again this year. We are asking for even more community members to take advantage of this offer and help us meet our goal.” The toys should be of similar value, in the original packaging and unwrapped. Donations will be accepted at almost all of the 17 Ice Cold Air locations. Those interested in taking advantage of the promotion should call or stop by their local Ice Cold Air location to ensure participation. Visit www.icecoldair.com for a list of locations. # # #

Manager Buys His Shop’s Franchise and Goes into Business for Himself, not by Himself

Seven months after joining the Ice Cold Air® family as a manager, Nick Zammit is now the owner of the Port Richey location (11930 US Hwy 19N @ SR 52).

Nick has always loved cars, especially fast cars and racing, so it’s no surprise he ended up in the auto industry. He has made cars his living for 13 years now.  He originally graduated from the Police Academy and was a sworn officer for six months but didn’t care for the job.  “I wanted to help people but it wasn’t for me. Now I help people everyday and they’re  always happy their car is fixed. Not everyone was happy when I was a cop trying to help them.”

Originally born in Buffalo, Nick moved to the Clearwater area in 1994 and graduated from Dunedin High School.

He likes spending his free time with his family and his fur babies, Pedro (a Dachshund) and Reese (Boston Terrier-Chihuahua) and his daughter who he says, “is the light of my life.”

Stuff the Bus

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FREE OIL CHANGE & COURTESY CHECK!

(Oil Change up to 5 qts, standard weight oil-synthetic, high mileage, or special requests extra)

Don’t need an Oil Change now? NO PROBLEM!

How about a $20 Gift Certificate toward any Repair or Maintenance?

Donate $15 Worth of School Supplies!

WE ARE COLLECTING DONATIONS FOR STUFF THE BUS!

All great offers come with a catch! Here’s the deal: All you have to do is purchase new school supplies (worth $15 or more please), and donate them to our Stuff the Bus School Supplies Drive and we will give you a FREE OIL CHANGE or $20 Off Your Next Repair or Service. It’s that Simple!

Proceeds Benefit the

HURRY! Limited Time Offer on a FREE OIL CHANGE with Donations!!!

Donations accepted June 24th thru July 30th

Call for your appointment, as our schedule is sure to fill up.

11930 US 19, Port Richey

727-863-6105

**Offer Valid at Port Richey Location Only and oil change only by appointment