David Wray Automotive welcomes Dave Clifton to team
David Wray welcomes Dave Clifton to the auto repair team at David Wray Automotive in Buffalo.
Dave Clifton brings a solid history of auto repair knowledge, experience and customer service. He has provided auto repair for the area for 29 years. Dave previously worked at Maple Lake Auto for 9 years; and also at Dale’s Auto in Buffalo.
Dave has been a lifelong member of the Buffalo community –retiring from the Buffalo Fire department. He is currently active in ABATE (American Bikers for Awareness Training & Education).
David Wray Automotive is a full service NAPA auto repair shop located at 2086 Baker Ave NW in Buffalo.
Servicing all makes and models; including European and Asian imports such as Subaru, BMW and Audi since 1997. Dave Clifton joins David Wray and Michael Wray; now providing over 80 years of dependable auto repair experience.
David Wray Auto invites all previous customers to come see Dave between 8-5 Monday thru Friday. Call for an appointment 763-684-1811 or visit davidwrayauto.com.
Now is the time to get new tires for fall- Receive $40 to $80 mail in rebate on select Hankook Tires. Free Tire Rotation with any set of tires purchased. Call David Wray Auto in Buffalo MN for all your tire needs.
Customer Pick Up and Delivery Service
At David Wray Automotive in May
OFFERING UNIQUE AND CUSTOMIZED PICK UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE
At your convenience we will :
- PICK YOUR CAR UP AT YOUR WORK PLACE, REPAIR IT AND RETURN IT BEFORE YOU LEAVE WORK.
- YOU CAN BRING YOUR VEHICLE TO US AND WE WILL TAKE YOU TO YOUR PLACE OF WORK (OR A RIDE DOWNTOWN BUFFALO)
- WHEN THE WORK IS DONE WE WILL DELIVER YOUR VEHICLE OR PICK YOU UP
CUSTOMER SERVICE AT ITS FINEST
BECAUSE WE BELIEVE YOU DESERVE THE BEST!
Call David Wray Automotive 763-684-1811
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Our goal to reach out and provide dependable auto service to our neighbors in the Wright county area.
Winter is pothole season and this year, they are packing a powerful punch. After hitting a pothole, most drivers wonder, Is my car OK? While the tires and wheels can be visually inspected, there could be damage to the steering, suspension and alignment systems that you just cant see. To help determine if hitting a pothole has damaged your vehicle, watch for the following warning signs provided by the Car Care Council.
Loss of control, swaying when making routine turns, bottoming out on city streets or bouncing excessively on rough roads. These are indicators that the steering and suspension may have been damaged. The steering and suspension are key safety-related systems. Together, they largely determine your cars ride and handling. Key components are shocks and/or struts, the steering knuckle, ball joints, the steering rack/box, bearings, seals and hub units and tie rod ends.
Pulling in one direction, instead of maintaining a straight path, and uneven tire wear. These symptoms mean theres an alignment problem. Proper wheel alignment is important for the lifespan of tires and helps ensure safe handling.
Low tire pressure, bulges or blisters on the sidewalls, or dents in the rim. These problems will be visible and should be checked out as soon as possible as tires are the critical connection between your car and the road in all sorts of driving conditions.
Snow, cold temperatures and rainfall can lead to potholes, and with the wintery weather that has covered most of the country this year, navigating the streets could be difficult, said Rich White, executive director, Car Care Council. If youve hit a pothole and suspect that there may be damage to the tires, wheels, steering and suspension or wheel alignment, its worth having a professional technician check out the car and make any necessary repairs.
As a general rule of thumb, steering and suspension systems should be checked at least once a year and wheels should be aligned at the same interval. Motorists who live in areas where potholes are common should be prepared to have these systems checked more frequently.
Potholes occur during the winter and spring months, when water permeates the pavement usually through a crack from wear and tear of traffic and softens the soil beneath it, creating a depression in the surface of the street. Many potholes appear during winter and spring months because of freeze-thaw cycles, which accelerate the process. Potholes can also be prevalent in areas with excessive rainfall and flooding.
The Car Care Council is the source of information for the Be Car Care Aware consumer education campaign promoting the benefits of regular vehicle care, maintenance and repair to consumers. For a copy of the councils Car Care Guide or for more information, visit www.carcare.org.
Ask for a FREE Safety Triangle Inspection. Steering/ Stopping/ Stability.
Installation of new shocks will restore driving comfort and maintain vehicle control.
Plus – Qualify for up to $120.00 rebate when purchasing Shocks and Struts between March 1 and April 30th. Call 763-684-1811 for details.
To help support the Buffalo Food Shelf during March, we will donate $5 for every oil change scheduled in March. Call to help with this cause!