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What it Means to Have a Master Technician Working on YOUR Car

Your automobile can serve as more than just transportation. It can be a trusty friend, a safe space, and a second partner on the job. You depend on it, and it depends on you for upkeep. You naturally want to do your utmost to maintain it as best you can, and within your given budget; maintaining your car helps you maintain many other aspects of your life, after all.

You give yourself the best care that you can afford, and your car needs that, too. That’s why we hope you’ll bring your European automobile to Bimmer Rescue. Putting your car in the care of a Master Technician isn’t just reassuring, it’s an investment in the long-term life of the car.

What’s a Master Technician? The Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) program offers eight separate qualifications for car mechanics, which covers different aspects, such as Electrical Systems, Engine Performance, Heating and Air Conditioning, etc. A Master Technician is an automotive service professional who has earned all eight of these certifications and is on top of their trade.

Your BMW, Mini, or Audi’s repair needs should never be a novice mechanic’s first experiment with European car repairs. It’s so important to always be sure the work that is done has a Master Technician on hand to assess your cars needs and develop a relationship and familiarity with your car. 

At Bimmer Rescue, we specialize in these three automakers and have developed a team of technicians to service your needs, including our Master Technicians D’ahlo Bowman and Tom Fagan. Trust our qualified team to keep your car in great running condition and to address the issues that come with wear and time! Click here to arrange an appointment.

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