Summer in Rhode Island is hot. Sometimes it is stifling hot. And heat and your vehicle’s transmission can be a tough combination. Your transmission is one of the most important components of your car, and if it is compromised in any way, it puts everything at risk for irreparable damage. Transmission troubles can appear in any season and can bring with them a host of major repairs and unexpected expenses – that is unless you are diligent about tending to signs of trouble.
When you are looking for honest, knowledgeable service for your vehicle, specializing in transmission, clutch, and drive train repair, Quaker Transmissions in West Warwick is the place to go. The owner of Quaker Transmissions, Rob George, is known for his technical expertise as well as the dedication and loyalty he has shown his customers since the business opened in 1961. This is a family-run operation that depends on its reputation for excellence and quality workmanship to compete in the world of auto repair. Rob and his talented crew are 100% committed to servicing your car with professionalism and efficiency so you can be on the way to your destination as planned this spring.
Few things on a car are as difficult to fix as the transmission, and this is not a job for home mechanics. If your car is suddenly grinding, slamming or just not going into gear, you most likely have a transmission problem on your hands. Seek the assistance of the professionals at Quaker Transmission if the car has these warning signs: it is no longer going into gear, it is slipping out of gear while driving or if a substantial amount of fluid is leaking and leaving a pool under your vehicle. Repairing damage to your transmission early can help save you money and keep you on the road for a long time to come.
Quaker Transmissions provides outstanding repair work for electronic, axle, 4 x 4, and transmission problems, as well as performs expert clutch replacements and repairs on all automobiles and light trucks, both foreign and domestic. They handle all automatic and manual transmissions and provide the ever-important preventive maintenance work to extend the life of your transmission. Quaker Transmissions offers free road tests and estimates on most cars (a minimal labor cost is involved if the transmission must be removed from the vehicle). They also welcome extended warrantees, handle fleet maintenance accounts, and are available for towing.
If you own a classic car that you are dusting off after a long winter in storage, be sure to bring it by Quaker Transmissions as well.
Many who need the vital upkeep and repairs on their transmissions often postpone the necessary work on their vehicles because of the perceived expense. Quaker Transmissions offers financing through Synchrony Financial. Do not wait until you are facing a crisis. Call and speak with office manager Barbara George to explore your options.
Quaker Transmissions is located at 67 Tiogue Avenue, Route 3, in West Warwick. Hours are Monday to Friday, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. and on Saturdays by appointment only. Quaker Transmissions can be reached at 826-2800 (Fax 823-8310).