Are your hubcaps broken, dirty, scraped up, or missing? If so, Tuscaloosa has you covered.
In short, look no further! You cannot go wrong with Pitt's Automotive. I am travelling and was spending a couple weeks in Tuscaloosa, AL. I had a brake lock up on my F150 while towing behind my motor home and drug the truck for maybe 3 miles. I also had a vibration that got progressively worse with speed. I thought I probably had minimally terminally damaged my brake pads and rotors. Took the truck to Pitt's Automotive and asked them to inspect and repair the front end. I was clear that I wanted whatever was wrong fixed, no matter the cost. I was called back a few hours later and informed that they had inspected the brake pads, rotors, front end linkage, and checked the wheel bearings. Everything they checked was mechanically sound and safe. That was good news, because when I stopped the motor home, I honestly thought my brakes were on fire. But, more significantly, Pitt's Automotive could have easily told me I needed new bearings and a total brake job and likely would not have been challenged. But they obviously have a great deal of integrity and are not willing to charge a customer for work that is unnecessary. So if you give them your business you will learn as I did that you get what you pay for and only pay for what you get. That's a breath of fresh air in today's world! - Rick B. (5 star review on Yelp)
Car windows are one of those things that you take for granted, until something goes wrong. One of the more irritating issues a window can develop, is dislocating from its track while attempting to roll it up or down. Why does this happen, and how do you fix it? At Pitts Automotive, Inc in Tuscaloosa, we’ve got answers to you questions and solutions to your problems.