If you can't drive it
Dave's Auto Can Fix It
Auto Repair Specialists in Springfield, Illinois.
Auto Body & Detailing
From a dent in the parking lot to a rear collision in traffic, make sure you trust the qualified professionals at Dave’s Auto Repair for all your auto body repair and detailing needs. Services include painting, dent removal, collision repair, etc.
Auto Service & Repair
At Dave’s Auto Repair, we’re the local, trusted auto shop serving the Springfield, IL area. We offer a wide range of services, from major repairs to routine maintenance, which is sure to keep your car running its best all year round!
Vehicle Maintenance Tips
Cars are complicated. That’s why car owners need help to ensure they’re doing right by their vehicles. Check out some of our vehicle maintenance tips to keep your car or truck in great condition between visits to our shop!
Your Trusted Auto Repair Destination in Springfield IL
Hear a rumblin’ under the hood? Notice a leak in the garage? It’s time to call your local auto repair shop for the service you need to keep your car on the road longer. At Dave’s Auto Repair, we provide automotive service and auto body repair services for those in Springfield, IL and throughout the surrounding areas. As a family-owned and operated business, we understand the importance of expert service that helps get people in our community where they need to go. Additionally, we have years of experience, and we use our training to ensure the complete satisfaction of our customers. Contact us today for the repairs that you need!
Expert Automotive Service Springfield IL
Those in the Springfield, IL area know that Dave’s Auto Repair is the one to call for automotive needs. We employ trained and qualified ASE-certified staff members that use their skills to provide repairs to foreign and domestic vehicles including cars, trucks, SUVs, vans, etc. Additionally, we’re a complete auto shop, doing everything from routine maintenance to major cosmetic repairs.
Car Care Tips
To make brakes last longer, it’s important to avoid unnecessary wear. Sticking to the speed limit, braking early to keep from slamming on the brake pedal, and coasting to a nice and easy stop all help prevent the overuse of your brake pads.
There’s an age-old debate about how long your vehicle can go between oil changes. It depends more on you than on your car. If you drive in extreme heat or cold or just drive a lot, you should probably change the oil every 3,000 miles. Moderate drives can wait until 5,000.
Nobody wants to have to take their vehicle to the body shop. However, you want to ensure you choose the right place when necessary. Read reviews, have a conversation with the shop owner, and get several estimates before you choose.
Even when your vehicle isn’t hit by another car, it can still sustain dents, dings, and minor imperfections. Think about routine detailing service to keep your vehicle’s coat of paint in prime condition no matter the season!