European Car Repair Service Center Forefront of Boca Raton Delray Auto Services

European Auto Repair Center 561-367-3455 in forefront of Porsche Mercedes BMW car mechanics service in Boca Raton serves Deerfield Delray and Pompano Beach See https://europeanautorepaircenter.com

Boca Raton, United States - November 15, 2019 /PressCable/ —

European Auto Repair Center a Boca Raton car repair business serving Deerfield Beach, Delray Beach, and Pompano Beach, has today been recognized as being a front runner in the realm of European auto repair garages in the region. This news coincides nicely with European Auto Repair Center recent recognition as a community favorite, due to the company soon reaching 10 years in business next year and thousands of satisfied customers. The European Automobile technicians provide traditional auto mechanic garage services such as oil changes, auto air condition, engine repair, brake services, exhaust, transmission, radiator repair and inspection, and scheduled maintenance and inspections.

European Auto Repair Center has been servicing European brands such as Porsche, BMW, Mercedes, Audi, Volkswagen, Opel,Range Rover, and Alfa Romeo since 2010 and competes against notable businesses from within the Boca Raton Region. They have been able to make such a strong impression on the market and gain reputation by European Auto Repair Center being the one auto repair service for European Car Owners. European Auto Repair Center has developed their own happy customer base by being experts, diligent, on schedule and fairly priced. This car garage services make European Auto Repair Center a fiercely competitive automobile repair center.

Vasile Vintila, European Auto Repair Center’s operator spoke about its recent recognition, expanding on some of the decisions and motivations that led the business to the level it’s currently attained.

“When European Auto Repair Center was founded, it was made abundantly clear we wanted to be the kind of company that was known for “expert professional automobile technicians”. One of the biggest challenges we faced was automobiles and their repair were undergoing rapid changes and competitors were on the rise. Fortunately with some good people behind us, most with lifelong hands on experience and being car mechanic and maintenance experts, we were able to overcome every obstacle and really hit our stride.”

Vasile Vintila also mentioned European Auto Repair Center future plans involve on going training of technicians, repair diligence and professional customer service. It’s the hope of the company to be recognized as the regions leader for European car repairs in Boca Raton, Deerfield Beach, Delray Beach and Pompano Beach.

European Auto Repair Center plans to maintain its position at the forefront for years to come, building on its success, finding new ways to serve its community, customers and the Boca Raton area at large.

More information on European Auto Repair Center can be found at their website: https://europeanautorepaircenter.com or calling (561) 367-3455

Contact Info:
Name: Vasile Vintila
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Organization: European Auto Repair Center
Address: 1 East Camino Real, Boca Raton, FL 33432, United States
Phone: +1-561-367-3455
Website: https://europeanautorepaircenter.com/

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88934299

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