Thank you for taking the time to consider Auto Inspection Service as your GMC service provider. Your service can be provided by anyone. We would like to go beyond service and provide you with an experience that keeps you coming back; to build a relationship based on trust. Everyone is looking for a service provider they can go to with confidence, wouldn’t you agree? Don’t you want the assurance that the work will be done by professionals who have the acquired skills to perform the job successfully with competence? The reality is, you want the facts about your vehicle and you want the truth. We will honor your request with moral character and ethical principles. We will be fair and impartial, giving you the reliance of fulfillment and promise.
Two Year Parts and Labor Limited Warranty
WE PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING SERVICES FOR YOUR GMC:
- Seat Covers and Floor Mats
- Oil Changes / Scheduled Maintenance
- Engine Tune Ups
- Wheel and Tire Service
- Repair / Reset Annoying Warning Lights
- Engine Performance
- Electrical Problems
- Engine Repair
- Engine Exchange: Re-manufactured or Used
- Automatic and Manual Transmissions Service
- Heating and A/C - HVAC
- Suspension Struts and Shocks
- Disc and Drum Brakes / ABS
- Steering Racks / Tie Rod Ends / Ball Joints
- Drive Shaft / U Joints / CV Shafts
- Exhaust and Muffler Repair
- Windshields and door glass
A Few Facts About GMC
GMC is a division brand within General Motors which manufactures trucks, vans and SUVs marketed in North America and the Middle East.
In 1909, General Motors purchased the Rapid Motor Vehicle Company and the Reliance Motor Car Company and merged them in 1911, forming the basis of the General Motors Truck Company.
In 1912 the marque "GMC Truck" first appeared on vehicles exhibited at the New York International Auto Show.
In 1916, a GMC Truck crossed the country from Seattle to New York City in thirty days, and in 1926, a 2-ton GMC truck was driven from New York to San Francisco in five days and 30 minutes.
During the Second World War, GMC Truck produced 600,000 trucks for use by the United States Armed Forces.
General Motors completely purchased Yellow Coach in 1943, a bus manufacturer based in Chicago, Illinois and renamed it GM Truck and Coach Division.
GMC and Chevrolet trucks are virtually identical except for the grilles and nameplates, though their differences have varied over the years.
Between 1962 and 1972, most GMC vehicles were equipped with quad-headlights, while their Chevrolet clones were equipped with dual-headlights.
In 1973, with General Motor’s introduction of the new "rounded line" series trucks, GMC and Chevrolet trucks became even more similar, ending production of GMC’s quad-headlight models, and setting the standard for the Chevrolet/GMC line of trucks for over thirty years.
In 2007 GMC introduced the Acadia, a crossover SUV, which was the division's first unibody vehicle.
In 2009 GMC introduced the Terrain, a mid-size crossover SUV based on GM's Theta platform which slots below the Acadia as GMC's smallest crossover.