Ratting Out Your Vehicle with Maintenance Service and Inspections

A warm and dry rat nest inside the hood

of a car.

Even rats don’t like a lot of rain and seek shelter from the storm. It is always a surprise to look under the hood of a vehicle and  find evidence of rats making a home in your engine  bay. They chew wires, poop all over everything and bring food to their nest to feed their young.

With our Maintenance and Inspection service performed on a regular basis you are know what is going on with your vehicle because our motto is to perform inpsections for safety & maintenace so there are NO surprises. We alternate a in-depth inspection with a basic inspection every six months. We also do brake inspections, suspension inspections, diagnostics, tire rotations and XXX inspections so that you can stay on top of your maintenance and repairs.

See our list of maintenance services under:

Our Vehicle Maintenance Service Plan


Victoria Collector and Vintage Vehicles

Vintage GMC Truck before restoring

Ford Mustang after restoration

A collector by definition is someone who collects things. There are stamp collectors, book collectors and even stuffed animal collectors. As well, there is a breed of people out there who collect cars.

Victoria collector and antique vehicle owners are people who cherish certain types of vehicles. They could be old collector cars, fast cars, vintage cars, special brand cars and many more. The reasons for collecting cars are varied. Some Victoria collector and vintage vehicle owner collect a certain type of vehicle such as a Rolls Royce for its beauty and value. Other collector and vintage vehicle owners collect beat up vintage trucks, because their love is in the rebuilding the vehicle back to its former beauty. All Victoria collector and vintage vehicle owners care deeply about their vehicles and love the hunt for that special collector or vintage vehicle that is just around the corner.

An Ode to Collector, Antique and Vintage Vehicles

We didn’t really see a lot of collector cars until we met a friend and her cars. She has Rolls Royce, Bentley, Mercedes. Paige, Austin, Leyland and more.

My husband, Ray’s eyes lit up as he surveyed her collector and vintage vehicles and started talking about how much he had  read  about them. Since then we have worked on collector, classic and vintage vehicles and have learned to take care of them as though they were our own. Each one is a priceless example of good manufacturing, ingenuity and care.

What defines a collector car? Basically a classic car is a vehicle that is at least twenty years old and no older than forty years. It also needs to be kept in its original design and specifications.

A vintage vehicle is built between 1919 and 1930 and an antique vehicle needs to be at least forty-five years old.

Many people enjoy collecting older vehicles. They are driven in parades, at shows and even do the occasional errand. Driving a classic or antique vehicle feels like a walk through time. It helps you to connect with bygone eras and imagine what the original owners may have felt when they purchased their brand new innovative cars; just as we appreciate our new vehicles today.