About Jay's Tire & Automotive Repair
Jay Shibley has been in the automotive repair field since he was 15 years old. While working in the auto industry, he came up with his own philosophy for repairs: auto repair should be a two part process- approach every immediate repair you need while still making repairs to prevent any future problems. In 2003, the opportunity to run his own auto repair shop presented itself and Jay opened his facility, Jay's Tire & Automotive.
Today, Jay's Tire and Automotive continues to offer thorough auto repairs by utilizing the latest automotive technology and hiring certified and well-trained professionals to approach each of your auto repair and maintenance services. We are able to complete both minor maintenance and more extensive auto repair needs with the highest quality of customer service. We use the latest software to diagnose your vehicle and can work on all makes and models.
If you have any questions about any auto service, please call or stop in today!
Meet the Team
As Owner of Jay's Tire and Automotive Repair, Jay Shibley is a ASE Certified Master Technician with over 22 years of industry experience.
Cynthia Braddock, Office Manager
Heather Chase, Service Manager
Heather started selling parts 11 years ago at Oreilly Auto she was a manager there for 5 years, she is ASE Certified in Parts & she came on board in 2014 and has made her home with us as Service Manager.
Josh Mahan, Master Technician
With over 15 years experience as an ASE Certified Master Technician, Josh's experience includes complete engine repair, automatic & standard Trans/Transaxle, Manual Drive Train and Axle, Suspension & steering, Brakes, Electrical/Electronic Systems, Heating and Air Conditioning.
Stephen Brown, State Inspections Inspector
Saul Vasquez, Oil Change & Tire Technician
Combined the team at Jay's Tire and Automotive Repair have over 50 years experience under one roof!
What is Value?
Is it when something is the cheapest? Or is it what you get for your money. When it comes to the automotive industry here are some thoughts to consider:
- In order for a shop to do things cheaper what are you giving up?
- Does the shop have experienced professionals with ongoing education that are compensated properly or people just learning by trial and error on your car?
- Do they carry garage liability insurance in case something happens?
- Do they constantly update their information sources and equipment to keep up with today's technology?
- Do they use the best quality parts or just the cheapest they can buy?
- How long and how far do they stand behind their work?
- Do they offer above and beyond services like shuttle service, service reminders, car care clinics, courtesy checks?
What is value to you?