A & E Automotive Repair & Towing

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A & E Automotive Repair & Towing
A & E Automotive Repair & Towing is listed in the Auto Repair & Services category in Cypress, California. Displayed below is the only current social network for A & E Automotive Repair & Towing which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of A & E Automotive Repair & Towing on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 60.

Contact information for A & E Automotive Repair & Towing is:
5640 Lincoln Ave
Cypress, CA 90630
(714) 484-1982

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A & E Automotive Repair & Towing has an overall ZapScore of 60. This means that A & E Automotive Repair & Towing has a higher ZapScore than 60% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Cypress, California is 38 and in the Auto Repair & Services category is 32. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Before you get too tied up with preparing for the Holidays with Thanksgiving quickly approaching, Christmas shopping and spending time during the holidays with family and friends, don't forget to take care of your car. Come on by for a quick inspection and if you need a great oil change or anything else. We're always here for YOU. And if you haven't already, please let others know what you think of our services on Yelp. It helps. Thanks from all @ A & E and we wish your a Wonderful and Joyous Thanksgiving. We are grateful for YOU !!!
Specialties: We provide you with quality, no-hassle service that helps you take care of your vehicle without spending massive amounts of time and money. Our professionals provide exceptional service at reasonable price Established in 1990.…

Preparation for El Nino from A & E Automotive and Towing Bring you car or light truck to A&E Automotive to prepare for El Nino conditions. That's right mention this ad and we'll give you 15% off parts & labor for brake repair and or new windshield wipers installation. Not valid with any other discounts or coupons. *some restrictions may apply Expiration Date: Mar 31, 2016
LOCAL CALIFORNIA Full Coverage Preparing for El Niño Weather Preparing for El Niño on the Orange County coastAnthony Clark CarpioWith El Niño looming, Huntington Beach is preparing its infrastructure and residents for expected winter storms. Brevyn Mettler, the city's emergency-services coordinator,…

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Ok folks - Here's the BEST Synthetic Blend Oil Change Special out there.. Only $34.99 and that includes: Up to 5 quarts of synthetic blend oil - oil filter - top off all under hood fluids free - free tire rotation - plus free safety inspection. For best service please call 714-484-1982 for an appointment and mention this ad.

Planning a end of summer road trip - check this out !!! Top 10 Road Trip Tips The great American road trip has a vaunted place in this country's history, and rightfully so. After all, we've been hitting the open road since the days when the family wagon had "Conestoga" chiseled on the wood panels. Every road trip is memorable in its own way. Many of those memories, though, include overheating engines, circling vultures and expensive stays at bed-lice-ridden motels in two-bit towns — moments most of us would have preferred to avoid. In that spirit, here are our Top 10 Road Trip Tips. May the remembrances of your next road trip bring a smile to your face, rather than inducing a bad case of post-traumatic stress. 1. Get Your Car Checked Out An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Or, put another way, do you want to risk passing through the digestive system of wolves because of a loose hose clamp? We didn't think so. Get your vehicle thoroughly serviced before you go. Wondering what to have checked? We shamelessly suggest you bring your vehicle in for 32 point inspection. 2. Build In Rest Days Are you going on a vacation — or a forced march? Give yourself a break! When you're planning your itinerary, add in a few extra rest days. You'll enjoy the trip more, and since you'll be taxing your car less, it will be a bit less likely to break down. And you'll have time for that unplanned stop to see the World Famous Ear Wax Collection. (OK, there's not really a World Famous Ear Wax Collection. You weren't really looking forward to that, were you?) 3. Bring a Basic Repair Kit Have a repair kit on hand for fixes you might be able to take care of yourself. At the very least, bring a few different sizes of regular and Phillips-head screwdrivers, vice grips, bailing wire to secure an errant muffler and a roll of duct tape. 4. Download RepairPal App on your smart phone Then you'll have access to RepairPal certified shops at your fingertips anyplace across the country. You'll also have a nifty estimator tool that will let you know just what you should be paying for repairs to avoid rip offs in an unfamiliar area. 5. Join AAA If you're not already a member AAA, join before you leave on your adventure. It will save you a hassle right at the moment that you least need another migraine. AAA which has affiliates almost everywhere. . 6. Don't Drive 15 Hours a Day Think your reaction time is just as good at 10 p.m. as it was at 7 a.m.? You crack us up! (And you might crack yourself up.) Professional truckers aren't supposed to drive more than 11 hours in a 14-hour workday — and neither should you. Even when you keep it under 11 hours, it's still important to stop frequently. Make sure you drink plenty of fluids to stay hydrated. It's good for you, and it will force you to pull over frequently and take pit stops! Our recommendation? A 15- to 30-minute doughnut and caffeine break (or carrot and tofu juice for some of you) along with a stretch every few hours. 7. Don't Drive at a Sustained High Speed All Day Long When you're getting hypnotized by the sight of cornstalks for hours on end, it's easy to find yourself doing 85 mph. (Not that we've ever done that, mind you.) Wind resistance increases exponentially with speed, so driving fast places a huge demand on your car's engine. The end result? Your car is working a lot harder than it works at 55 or 65 mph. Stick to the speed limit, and you'll prolong the life of your engine's lubricant and, in turn, the life of your engine's components. And it will reduce the chance of a flaming breakdown in, say, Bugtussle, Ky. 8. Check the Air Pressure, Including the Spare Quiz question: How many tires does a car have? If you guessed five, you can skip to our next tip. Don't forget about your spare. Before you leave for your trip, check its pressure, and make sure you have everything you need to install it in the event of a flat. As for the other tires, late-model cars all have tire pressure monitors on the four active tires. But if you're driving something with a few years on the clock, remember to check the tire pressure daily on long trips. Improper air pressure can lead to poor handling or, in extreme cases, overheating tires and a blowout. 9. Pay Attention to Gauges — and Watch the Road The gauges on your vehicle aren't there just to make the dash look pretty. They're there for a reason: Eventually, something will go wrong — and the gauges might tip you off before it's too late. For specific tips for five of your car's most important gauges, see the rundown here. And when your eyes aren't on the gauges, they should be on the road, not on the screen of your smartphone. Over the last decade, driver distraction has become one of the leading causes of accidents. Relax, listen to some music, enjoy the scenery, and save the cellphone calls for your next bathroom break! 10. Going Up a Mountain? Back Off on the Throttle If you're taking a long road trip, at some point you'll have to cross a small mountain range like, say, the Rockies or the Appalachians. Back off on the throttle. Many people assume they are required by natural law to maintain the same speed going up a mountain that they've maintained on Interstate 80 through Iowa. Not true. Your engine is working a lot harder to get your car up a hill, so by slowing down a bit, you'll save wear and tear, reduce the damage done by overheating, and you'll improve your gas mileage. Here's another good reason: There are plenty of places without guardrails. We rest our case. 11. Skip the Junk Food Roadside convenience stores are notorious for lousy food. If pork rinds and a Slurpee aren't your idea of a great road trip lunch, bring a cooler on your adventure. In the morning, fill it with ice and drop by a decent supermarket. The ice should keep things cool until the next morning, when you can refresh it. Then, when the munchies hit, at least you won't be insulting your body with food products whose ingredients were developed in a secret lab in New Jersey. 12. Bring Along Your Mother-in-Law It will guarantee that your trip will be memorable. 13. Whatever Happens, Relax. Remember: You're on Vacation