BRITISH COLUMBIA (Sept 04, 2018) - Parksvilles premier auto repair and detailing provider, Bluenose Auto Repair, has announced the relocation of their shop to 1390 Industrial Way, Parksville, BC V9P 1W3 and new website bluenoseautoservice.com.
Bluenose Auto Service previously shared a website with its parent company, Bluenose Motor Company. But over the years they have expanded their offerings which called for their own shop location and dedicated website.
The new website boasts a clean, uncluttered design and offers quick and easy access to essential information about the services offered. Customers can quickly make appointments on the new website, rate their auto service experience and even get a quote for auto jobs. But thats not all. The website also has a blog featuring useful information about auto parts and repairs.
We are delighted with our new website and the options that it offers our customers, said the managing director at Bluenose Auto Repair Al Cameron. Nothing else has changed and well continue to provide the same great service that we are known for.
Since 2013, [Bluenose Auto Service](https://goo.gl/maps/8XEX41Cbggv) has been offering quality auto repairs for Parksville residents. They offer a suite of auto repair services for all vehicle makes and models-from engine repair and brake service to steering and suspension services. They also offer detailing for cars, trucks, boats RVs and motorhomes.
In addition to their world class auto repair services, Bluenose Auto Repair are also dealers of GRiP tires and premier tire brands including, Michelin, Good Year, Kumho Tire, and GT Radial. They offer a complete tire service including mounting and balancing, four wheel alignment, tire pressure monitor service and flat repairs. They.
Bluenose Auto Repair is open Mondays to Fridays from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm. For further information about Bluenose Auto Service or to make an online appointment visit: https://bluenoseautoservice.com.
Media contact: Bea Cameron
For more information, visit: https://bluenoseautoservice.com