If you’re looking for a guarantee – you’ve got it. Every repair includes a FREE Peace of Mind Warranty that covers parts and labor for 24 months or 24,000 miles.
This warranty is honored at every NAPA location nationwide.
NAPA quality goes a long way. In fact, NAPA AutoCare is the largest network of independent mechanics in North America with over 14,000 auto care locations who are all ASE certified including Bruce’s Auto Service.
This means no matter where you are if you have any trouble with a covered repair we’ll take care of it at no extra charge.
The next time you need service, stop by our shop in Arundel. We have the expertise and quality service you need to keep your ride on the road wherever you’re headed.
YES, WE ARE ASE CERTIFIED
ASE CERTIFICATIONS HAVE BEEN OFFERED SINCE 1972 AND IT’S BECOMING INCREASINGLY STANDARD FOR MECHANICS TO HAVE THEM IN ORDER TO WORK.
AN ASE CERTIFIED MECHANIC IS A MECHANIC WHO HAS FULFILLED THE VOLUNTARY REQUIREMENTS FOR CERTIFICATION IN THE U.S. NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE EXCELLENCE.
CERTIFICATION CAN BE REASSURING FOR INDIVIDUAL CONSUMERS WHO WANT TO ENSURE THAT THEIR VEHICLES RECEIVE WORK FROM COMPETENT HIGHLY PROFESSIONAL MECHANICS.
TO BECOME ASE CERTIFIED A MECHANIC HAS TO DEMONSTRATE AT LEAST TWO (2) YEARS OF WORK EXPERIENCE AND PASS AT LEAST ONE (1) SPECIALTY TEST.
WHEN A TEST TAKER PASSES THE TEST HE OR SHE BECOMES AN ASE CERTIFIED MECHANIC WITH A REQUIREMENT TO RENEW EVERY FIVE YEARS. MECHANICS CAN TAKE TESTS IN A WIDE VARIETY OF SYSTEMS SUCH AS HEATING/COOLING SYSTEMS, BRAKES, AND SUSPENSION OR DRIVE TRAIN.
Every child is obsessed with some subject when they're young. Whether it's dinosaurs, superheroes, trains, or Santa Claus, this infatuation can consume their conversations and playtime. They'll practically eat, breathe, and dream it. If your child loves cars, nurture that interest in them and find ways to encourage your child's love of cars. They're never too young to love motorized vehicles, even a decade before they earn their driver's license. [...]
Driving with worn shocks or struts can result in more than just a bad ride—there are safety implications to consider. "Most drivers don't realize that driving with bad shocks or struts can actually increase your stopping distances, especially on wet or slippery roads," says Jill Trotta, Senior Director at RepairPal. [...]
School days bring congestion: School buses are picking up their passengers, kids on bikes are hurrying to get to school before the bell rings, harried parents are trying to drop their kids off before work. It's never more important for drivers to slow down and pay attention than when kids are present – especially before and after school. [...]
At $4.52 for a gallon, the national average price for regular gasoline has climbed $1.35 per gallon from a year ago, according to AAA. Prices at the pump vary by region, trending higher in the West and Northeast, and lower in the Midwest and Southeast. (The price peaked at $5.02 last month.) [...]
Whether you're commuting to work or taking a long road trip, it's best to prepare for when plans go awry. That's why you need to keep several things in your car in case something goes wrong during your travels. Seasonal weather is also a factor concerning what to keep in your vehicle, so as summer fades into fall, revisit the items you carry with you and re-stock as is necessary. [...]