Friday January 19, 2023 | SOOKE, BC
by Mary P Brooke | Island Social Trends
Did you know? For vehicle repairs to be done at Dumont Tirecraft & Auto Center, you do that online anytime.
In the online repair service request form, just fill in a few details about what sort of service needs to be done. If you’re not sure, or even if you’re very sure what the problem is, you can also include a message to the technicians.
Providing the year, make and model of your vehicle is also helpful.
The team at Dumont Tirecraft understands that sometimes car repair can be stressful, and they do everything possible to make their customers feel welcome, comfortable and satisfied with their service experience.
They use only high-quality parts and accessories to facilitate long-lasting automotive repair services for our customers. They follow the original equipment recommendations for your vehicle to ensure maximum performance and safety. And they go the extra mile to deliver complete satisfaction with every service.
“Our professionalism sets us apart from the rest,” says shop owner Jason Dumont. “Visit us for all of your maintenance and auto repair needs.”
Dumont Tirecraft is an AC Delco Repair Center and ASE-certified shop, providing customers with the highest quality service.
“In fact, it’s why we’re known for providing the best auto repair in Sooke, BC,” says Jason.
The range of repairs and services includes brakes, diesel engine repair, some transmission repair, tire-related roadside assistance, and exhaust work. We’re also a government inspection facility and have some auto glass work available.
Professional family-owned business:
Dumont Tirecraft is located at 2079 Otter Point Road within Sooke town centre. Open Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
A family-owned business, they have been serving the Sooke community for many years with quality service and professionalism.
“Visit us when you need new tires or to get your car looked at by our team,” says shop owner Jason Dumont.
“We can also help with custom wheels, government inspections, repairs of all kinds, and routine service,” he says.
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