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Town and Country Auto Repair
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AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN JOB OPENING

We have a new opening for an Automotive Technician with A or B Tech skill levels at our second location. Must have a good selection of tools and great attitude with excellent work habits. You bring these and we will help train you up to be the best that you can be. Are you already at the the top of your game and are you ASE or Master ASE ? Give me a call , we can talk money and benefits. Some ASE's helpful. Take advantage of this great opportunity to join a fantastic team of people and a great work environment. To find out more call Mark at 410-707-9034. To take advantage of this opportunity, please attach resume via email reply as soon as possible! This position will not be available for long!!
check out our website first to see if this is a fit for you.
www.townandcountryautorepair.com
6320 Sykesville Rd Eldersburg 21784
410-707-9034 leave a message if no answer.
Serious applicants only!
#EOC #Eldersburg #technician #autorepair
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9/18/17
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"What are the benefits of a brake flush?"
Today's brake systems are very complex and filled with small solenoids and moving parts. Over time, brake fluid can pick up moisture and contaminants that can interfere and cause damage to expensive anti-lock brake components. Flushes should be performed according to vehicle mileage or condition of fluids to keep your brake system clean and assure proper and safe operation of your anti-lock brake system. #brakeflush #brakefluid #antilockbrake
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Always training! Educating outside on a nice sunny day. Beats sitting inside all the time. Great Breakout session, learning in the outside classroom! Our new service advisers Joey and Jeff learning from the boss. #trainingtime #education
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Lunch time break!  We took time out to carve pumpkins and be creative at the shop!  Finished products to come later!  We finished before we had the heavy rains from Patricia.  We are definitely ready for Halloween and National Cat Day.  While we were being creative we also attended to our clients.  We were able to get our clients ready for the colder weather and daylight savings time that brings new inconveniences, like tire pressure adjustments, dark travel time going and coming home from work by working on head light restorations, and making sure that the windshield wipers are working properly and blades are replaced.  All of these things make it a more pleasant time when driving in undesirable conditions. As you can see the talent here far exceeds other auto repair shops and how they do business.   #Halloween   #nationalcatday   #tirepressure   #Daylightsavingstime   #driving  
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2015-10-29
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"How do I know if I need new tires" or not? There are several ways to inspect your tires. You can visually check your tires and look for abnormal and uneven wear patterns. You could also perform the penny test and check to see if the wear bars are visible to ensure there is sufficient tread remaining to safely operate the vehicle under all driving conditions. Tires are the only contact your vehicle has with the road. Tires may last 20,000 to 80,000 miles depending on quality and composition.  We definitely recommend changing your your tires when the wear bars are visible.The minimum required depth is 1/16" which is the difference between the rim and the Lincolns head on the penny. When you tire tread is lower than 1/16", your vehicle can develop handling problems.  Installing new tires increases your vehicles fuel efficiency, braking ability and ride quality. #tires   #tips   #pennytest   #needtires  
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It's important for drivers to know battery basics. Which is harder on a battery – hot or cold weather?  Most car owners think it’s cold weather because that’s when we call on our batteries to have enough power to start a cold SUV engine.
However, heat does more damage to a battery than cold. Truth is, our batteries start to die a little from day one. Keeping a full charge slows the process, which is hard with short trips because the alternator doesn’t have time to fully recharge the battery from starting the engine. Vehicle owners can top off the charge with a computer controlled battery charger once a month in the summer and every three months during the winter.
As far as how long a battery will last, statistics show that 70% fail within four years. By that time, they aren’t capable of taking a full charge like they used to, and your SUV alternator has to work overtime to keep up. This causes your alternator to wear out early.
If your battery is close to 4 or 5 years old, see an auto repair shop for a battery test to see if it’s recommended to replace it. Not only can you avoid getting stranded with a dead battery, but you’ll save unnecessary wear and tear on your SUV alternator. #batterysaver   #alternator   #batterysaver   #autorepair  
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Your drive axle should be checked and evaluated regularly.  This is a picture from a mini van that was only 5 years old.  Every time you come in to our shop we visually check your drive axle and evaluate many parts on you vehicle.  Many parts, especially moving parts break down because they are exposed to the environment.  The only prevention is to have it checked and evaluated.This being travel Tuesday you want to make sure you can make it to all the fun places you want to go for the Labor Day weekend.  Pete and Mike would be glad to help you when you call.   #traveltuesday   #laborday   #axle   #driveaxle  
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As many of you know, we have built our business on strong family values, working to create a loving family oriented workplace.  When one of our team members experiences a rough time, the rest of us are there to offer support.  In times of need, we come together and help each other.  We treat our customers with the same caring attitude that we instill in our workplace.  That being said, we feel that we can share something with you and work together as a team to do something great for someone who really needs it.  This time we are in need of more help than any one person can offer.  One of our technicians was diagnosed with a recurring brain tumor in December.  He had to have it surgically removed with extremely short notice right before Christmas.  Since then, he has been through radiation, returned to work and is continuing Chemotherapy treatments as he works through the side effects.  We were working with a short crew through the winter months and our team has really come together to try and bridge the gap in order to give everyone the same accommodating service as we strive to provide.  George has a heart of gold and is extremely hard working and caring, especially when it comes to our customers and providing quality work and service.  He is one of those guys that misses lunch or stays late to make sure you get your car back as soon as possible, keeping you rolling down the road safely.  Though he missed nearly 4 months of work, life has had to go on like it does for everyone, even during such difficult times.  With no time to plan, George has taken a huge setback that was totally unexpected.  With months of no work, it has been very tough to keep up with the expenses that contribute to everyday life.  He is not only responsible for himself but for taking care of a family including his wife, two young sons, and two stepdaughters, which has been a huge stress and source of worry for him.  Luckily, we are able to provide health insurance for him and it cuts back majorly on the treatment expenses.  He was eager to return to work, but we needed to wait until it was safe for him to do so.  Financially, we have helped as much as we can, but we still have faith that there is more that we can do.  We have put together a Go Fund Me account to help a man in our local community regain strength and beat this life changing experience.  Any donations that you find in your heart you would like to give will be accepted and truly appreciated.  In times of need, help from others can do so much for a person.  Not only financially, but emotionally and spiritually as well.  If you could share this cause with your family and friends, that would be wonderful.  Prayers, positive thoughts, notes, and encouragement are welcomed as well.  The larger support system someone has, the better chance there is of a full recovery.  We are not experienced in the business of fundraising, we just help good people where we can and ask that if you are in that position, that you consider joining our cause.  Thank you always for your friendship, business and time.  We hope that we always put forth our best effort to give you exceptional service, leaving you with a sense of trust and goodness when you leave here.  We wish that for our customers and our family here at Town & Country.
God Bless,
Mark and Patty Carroll and the crew at Town & Country Auto Repair 
Every dollar and every prayer can make a difference!
Donations can be made at the link below or if you would like you can deliver a card, check or money directly to George Zibragos at Town and Country Auto Repair.
COPY, PASTE & SHARE: http://www.gofundme.com/georgezibragos 
  #treatment   #brain   #donations   #makeadifference  
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Make sure wiper blades are ready for the rain, because you never know what kind of distractions you will encounter on your drive.  It always helps to regularly check you blades and at our shop we inspect wiper blades with every service as part of our safety check. #safetyfirst   #wiper   #distraction  
Looking for "rain x wipers" or "good wiper blades for winter" come see us.  It's raining outside today and that's just when you know how well your windshield wipers are working.  "who carries rain x wiper blades" We do!! #rainx   #wiperblades   #wipers  
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Every vehicle needs an oil change and alignment as well as safety checks no matter what type or age the vehicle is.  That is why the owners of this 1966 Chevrolet Cobra brought their vehicle to our shop.  Having regular maintenance performed by the same shop will #1 keep your vehicle running in excellent condition, #2 the shop will have record of what was done and what maintenance is coming up so you can be notified at the appropriate time and 3# the shop will know all about your vehicles history and your driving habits in order to provide you with accurate and important  information needed for your specific vehicle.  Most of all safety for you and your passengers is always our main concern.   #alignment   #oilchange   #safetyfirst  
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2015-07-30
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