At Weber Automotive, we know how vital it is to trust the hands that maintain and repair your vehicle. After all, you've invested a lot in your car, and you deserve a service that respects that investment.
Our certified mechanics are integral to the quality service we provide. But what does it mean to be a certified mechanic? The answer lies in a rigorous process overseen by trusted organizations.
• Automotive Service Excellence (ASE): This organization is the primary certifying body in the industry. The ASE provides individual certifications for different vehicle parts and systems, ensuring that the mechanics who earn these certifications truly excel in their areas. This highly reputable organization has been setting standards in the industry for many years.
• Manufacturer Certifications: In addition to ASE certifications, many car manufacturers have their own certification programs. From Cadillac to Mercedes, manufacturers provide specialized training to ensure that mechanics can adeptly handle their unique systems.
• State Certifications: Beyond general mechanic services, certain specialized services like emission testing require additional certifications from state or environmental authorities.
ASE certifications have to be renewed every five years, reflecting the fast pace of technological advancements in the automotive industry. Mechanics must stay abreast of these changes to provide the most efficient and effective services.
While certifications aren't the only mark of a great mechanic, they do indicate a professional's commitment to their craft.
Explore more about our certified mechanics and watch informational videos on our website at Weber Automotive. Trust your vehicle to the hands that understand its worth - choose Weber Automotive for your car care needs today.