Coquitlam Car & Truck Repair Vehicle Maintenance Experts Service Announced

Coquitlam car and truck repair experts, Jem Grip Auto Tire, have announced they can provide local customers with full service repair and maintenance. They are known for their excellent service throughout the local area.

Coquitlam, Canada - May 17, 2019 /PressCable/ —

Jem Grip Auto Tire in Coquitlam, British Columbia, have announced that they can provide local customers with full service car and truck repairs. The specialist car and truck repair facility has been providing top quality automobile repair services in the area for over 35 years.

For more information please visit the website here: https://jemgripautotire.ca

Jem Grip Auto Tire are specialists in air conditioning, heating, brake repairs, tires and full automobile services. The expert and highly trained team are known for their attention to detail, and for taking pride in every vehicle they work on.

This means that every customer getting in touch with the Coquitlam car repair experts can do so knowing they will get excellent service.

Vehicle issues can strike at the worst moment, and when this happens it’s important to know that there is an auto repair specialist who can help. Jem Grip Auto & Tire offers a wide range of repair options, including batteries, brake repair, suspension repair, exhaust services, air conditioning, electrical system services, engine diagnostics, and belt or hose replacement.

The company are open 6 days a week, ensuring that local customers can get the best option for all their car repair needs. The primary aim with each option is to ensure that every customer gets the highest level of service.

Other services for Coquitlam car repair and maintenance include engine maintenance, air conditioning and heating work, grip tire repairs and replacement. The team can also offer high quality and reliable brake installation and repairs.

Anyone dealing with vehicle issues on their car or truck can get in touch for approachable and high quality service.

The business states: “Open 6 days a week, our fully equipped 11 bay facility is available for services on a range of vehicles. Whether you own a domestic, European or Asian car or truck, we have the expertise and tools needed to provide you and your vehicle with the very best service in Coquitlam.”

Those wishing to find out more can visit their website on the link provided above or go to Jem Grip Auto Tire 1045 Lougheed Hwy Coquitlam BC V3K 6N5

Contact Info:
Name: Jeff Pannel
Organization: Jem Grip Auto Tire
Address: 1045 Lougheed Hwy, Coquitlam, British Columbia V3K 6N5, Canada
Phone: +1-604-521-8334
Website: https://www.jemgripautotire.ca/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 513067

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