Alameda Auto Lab Offers Spring Special

Alameda, California (EastBayDaily) — Spring is here and Alameda Auto Lab is ready to spring forward into action to get vehicles ready for the season.

Alameda Auto Lab is having a spring special on all safety checks, as well as oil and filter changes. Drivers can bring their vehicles in today to have all their vital fluids and belts checked, in addition to oil and filter changes.

The latest air conditioning equipment to get vehicles ready for the hot weather coming up is now available at Alameda Auto Lab. They can also get vehicles ready for summer check coolant levels, make sure fans are working and check thermostats.

Spring season is also barbecue season and Alameda Auto Lab is the place to refill propane tanks for grilling. Fork lift tanks and motor home tanks can also be filled at Alameda.

Alameda Auto Lab will help the Alameda Boys and Girls Club with their auction this month as they will donate proceeds to the club.

Alameda Auto Lab just updated all scanners and equipment to better serve customers. They also offer the best truck rental service at competitive prices. Alameda is the place to rent Penske Trucks. Call Alameda Auto Lab for more information at 510-522-0510 or visit

About the company: Alameda Auto Lab Car Repair and Service is a domestic and foreign auto mechanic that specializes in repair and service to fuel injectors, electrical systems, engines, transmissions, air conditioning systems, brakes, 30-, 60- and 90-thousand mile service, oil and lube. The Oakland – Alameda service center is an environmentally-safe shop, equipped with a state-of-the-art diagnostic system, lift system, R-12 and HC-134 systems. It also serves as Penske’s Alameda truck rental station. Every car service or repair includes a complete review of the vehicle’s parts, maintenance for prevention of future and costly repairs, and a full report of the vehicle. The auto repair shop offers a variety of services, including oil changes. Call 510-863-8098 to make an appointment.


Robert Ramos