When you need a repair, St. Paul Automotive is here to service your vehicle, for a fair price and in a timely manner. At our auto repair shop located in St. Paul, Minnesota we have been proudly serving our community since 1980. We have built a large community around the Twin Cities thanks to our hard work and our returning customers. All our technicians are educated to provide the services you need and we work with both domestic and import makes and models. Continue reading
It’s that moment when you go to crank your car and nothing happens! Ugh! You sit and ponder for a second and then you realize that you never cut the lights off after you brought in the groceries the night before. Bummer. At St. Paul Automotive, we can get your car up and running quickly! We are an auto shop in St. Paul, MN that does car repairs and battery replacements. If your car looks dead, let us bring life back into it again! Continue reading
St. Paul Auto Shop is friendly and experienced and will keep your vehicle in top condition.
We use the latest diagnostic technology to provide high-quality service and quick turnaround.
We also offer many preventative maintenance options. It’s the convenient way to keep your car healthy.From maintenance to repairs, we’ve got you covered. We know what we’re doing, and we’re dedicated to keeping you safe on the road. Your satisfaction is our highest priority! Continue reading
At St. Paul Automotive, we do work on all sorts of vehicles. As your local car repair shop in St. Paul, MN for over 35 years, we feel very confident in the work we perform. Our expert certified technicians aren’t just here for the paycheck. Every professional that you meet at St. Paul Automotive is here because we love what we do. We have a passion for cars and a passion for people. Along with our skill base and vast amount of knowledge, our love and passion for cars is the reason why muscle car owners trust us as their mechanics. After all, who doesn’t love to hear a high-performance engine roar? Continue reading
St. Paul Automotive offers battery replacement services for car owners in the vicinity of St. Paul, Minnesota. As the coldest days of winter approach, your battery is put to the test. You may see signs that your battery is weak and then find one morning that your car simply does not start. If this happens, look to the team at the St. Paul Automotive battery replacement shop for assistant. Our experienced auto mechanics can quickly assess a battery issue in your vehicle, replace the battery if needed and inspect your vehicle for any other problems. Whether you need a simple headlight bulb replaced or a more complicated transmission job done, the mechanics at St. Paul Automotive will be able to help you solve your car’s problems. Continue reading
Your car can only go as far as your tires take it. If you have a commute everyday to and from work, the health of your tires is very important. If you were to run over a nail in St. Paul, MN, do you have a trusted auto mechanic that you would call? If not, our team at St. Paul Automotive would love to be that reliable auto shop for you! You can count on us for all of your tire needs. Continue reading
When your business relies heavily on a fleet of vehicles to get the daily projects completed, it is critically important to have a reliable fleet maintenance garage on speed dial. Experience, efficiency, space, attention to detail and customer service are just a few of the key characteristics that you should look for in a fleet maintenance and repair company. If you are in the St. Paul, MN area, there is no better team that provides reliable fleet maintenance services than St. Paul Automotive. Continue reading
A fully functioning brake system is crucial to your safety, the safety of your passengers, and the safety of other drivers on the road. The brake system in your car involves highly engineered parts and precise movements that make your vehicle stop. When you press down on the brake pedal, the master cylinder pressurizes a system of hydraulic brake lines leading to each of the vehicle’s wheels, where brake pads or shoes press against a disc or drum. This creates the necessary friction needed to slow the vehicle to a complete stop, safely. Over time, the friction and heat has the potential to wear down the brake shoes, brake pads, calipers, brake rotors, and other braking components. When this happens you need to have your car looked at, and have your brakes repaired. Continue reading