Here at Wooddale Automotive Specialists, Inc., we employ ASE Certified Technicians. The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence was founded in 1972 and is dedicated to improving the quality of vehicle repair and services for mechanics across the USA through training and support programs.
Our shop technicians are trained to service and maintain all brands and models of vehicles and getting your car fixed isn't as simple or straightforward as it used to be. Advances in technology make cars and trucks more complex to repair than ever before and the diagnostics are also more in-depth with frequent changes. Most vehicles are equipped to connect with our smartphones to entertain us and make it easier than ever to navigate the world. While these conveniences are welcome, it's also making it harder than ever to make sure your car is fixed properly which is why here at Wooddale Automotive Specialists, Inc. we are committed to continuing education to ensure we are able to quickly diagnose your vehicle's issues.
At Wooddale Automotive Specialists, Inc. in Woodbridge, we employ ASE certified technicians and ensure they keep up with all changes and up-to-date with the most current knowledge and practices. ASE certified technicians are fully trained and certified with at least two years of automotive experience in the field, holding a degree from a reputable automotive school. For Wooddale Automotive Specialists, Inc., this means peace of mind in knowing our technicians are experts in their field.
As a customer, you can make educated decisions about where to take your vehicle for optimal results, and at Wooddale Automotive Specialists, Inc. in Woodbridge we hope our dedication to having a quality team is one of the many reasons you will choose to visit our shop! Call or come see us today, for any of your automotive needs.
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