Bettendorf Vehicle Preventative Maintenance Brakes & Suspension Site Launched

A leading Bettendorf, Iowa based auto repair specialist has announced it can help local drivers with expert preventative maintenance service. It offers brakes and suspension work, and a range of other auto repair solutions.

Bettendorf, United States - February 12, 2019 /NewsNetwork/ —

Duck Creek Tire & Service has launched a new site showcasing the preventative maintenance and repair services for brakes and suspension throughout Bettendorf, Iowa. The auto repair specialists have a reputation for high quality service and have offered expert auto servicing and maintenance since 1998.

More information can be found at: https://duckcreektire.com

The site explains that the specialist auto repair team at Duck Creek Tire & Service has over 100 years of combined experience. This means that customers looking for the best auto repair, brake maintenance and tire services in the local area can get in touch knowing they’ll get great service.

When drivers experience difficulties with their car or truck, or they require engine maintenance, it can be a stressful and worrying time. Duck Creek Tire & Service prides itself on its friendly and welcoming service, and helps drivers to get back on the road safely.

As an independent Goodyear store, the team can provide clients with quality products from Goodyear, Kelly and Dunlop. With every auto repair and vehicle maintenance job, they place added emphasis on customer service, so local residents can get in touch with peace of mind knowing they’ll be looked after.

In the colder months, it’s especially important to take care of vehicle brakes and suspension, and this is a service that Duck Creek Tire & Service can help with. For Bettendorf, Iowa drivers who need fast, affordable and reliable car servicing and repair, Duck Creek offers all the services they need.

The team states: “We offer a variety of automotive services from brake service and alignments to the ever so popular oil change. Our comfortable waiting area is setup for both you and your kids. We have a Hi-Def TV, free WiFi, a great collection of magazines and even a Nintendo Wii to entertain the kids.”

Auto services for Bettendorf drivers include battery replacement, oil change, brake service, tune ups, engine repair, steering and suspension work, transmission service, radiator repair and a wide range of other options.

Full details can be found on their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/DuckCreekTireService and on the URL above.

Contact Info:
Name: Keenan Hutcheson
Email: Send Email
Organization: Duck Creek Tire & Service
Address: 4000 Middle Rd, Bettendorf, Iowa 52722, United States
Phone: +1-563-355-1464
Website: https://www.facebook.com/DuckCreekTireService/

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 480570

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