At GVS we do more than take good care of your car, we are the answer to your full-service needs.

We provide each one of our customers with detailed written quotes and we go the extra mile to ensure your peace of mind. Our friendly staff will explain each service that can be provided, offer different repair options, all to ensure that your vehicle is in safe accordance and working properly. Our master mechanics make sure each repair and service is done to the utmost attention to detail, professionalism, and care.

We’re South Florida’s one-stop auto service center for mechanical repairs, car diagnostic service, auto maintenance, brake service, oil change, transmission repair, electrical diagnostic, check engine light diagnostic, computer (ECU) diagnostic, serving Miami (Miami-Dade), Fort Lauderdale (Broward), Boca Raton, West Palm Beach, Pembroke Pines, Pompano Beach, Dania, Davie, Miramar, Hollywood, Aventura, North Miami Beach, Miami Beach, Kendall, Plantation, Coral Ridge, Weston, and surrounding communities.

  • Oil and filter change (includes resetting car’s ECU on some models)
  • Computerized diagnostic service
  • Brake fluid replacement (highly recommended in high traffic areas.)
  • Brake pad service includes brake pads, sensors and labor.
  • Front and rear brake pad replacement
  • Wheel mounting and balancing for OEM wheels
  • Wheel mounting and balancing for after-market wheels
  • Computerized 4-wheel alignment
  • Engine repair
  • Transmission repairs
  • Radiator coolant / anti-freeze flush
  • Air conditioner A/C check and system charge
  • Serpentine and accessories belt replacement
  • Fuel injector cleaning (does not include fuel filter)
  • Engine valve train cleaning

As South Florida’s top choice, we offer all the services of an dealership, but with a more personal approach.

Here are some tips on how to keep track of routine car maintenance:

  • Check your owner’s manual: The owner’s manual will tell you the manufacturer’s recommended maintenance schedule for your car. This schedule will include the different types of maintenance that need to be performed, as well as the recommended intervals for each type of maintenance.
  • Create a maintenance log: A maintenance log is a great way to keep track of the maintenance that has been performed on your car. You can create a simple spreadsheet or use a dedicated maintenance log app. The maintenance log should include the date and type of maintenance performed, as well as the mileage at which the maintenance was performed.
  • Set reminders: Once you have created a maintenance log, you can set reminders for when the next maintenance is due. This will help you to avoid missing any important maintenance appointments.
  • Take your car to a qualified mechanic: It is important to have your car serviced by a qualified mechanic. This will ensure that the maintenance is performed correctly and that your car is safe to drive.

Here are some additional tips:

  • Keep track of your mileage: The mileage on your car can help you to determine when certain types of maintenance are due. For example, most cars need to have their oil changed every 3,000 to 5,000 miles.
  • Pay attention to your car’s condition: If you notice any unusual noises, smells, or vibrations, take your car to a mechanic to have it checked out. These could be signs of a problem that needs to be addressed.
  • Don’t forget about the small stuff: It is also important to keep track of the small stuff, such as replacing air filters and wiper blades. These items may seem insignificant, but they can have a big impact on your car’s performance.

By following these tips, you can help to ensure that your car receives the routine maintenance it needs to stay in good condition and last for many years to come.

To schedule your appointment, call us at today 954.241.7038