Our NAPA AutoCare Center Employs ASE Certified Technicians.
Here's Why ...
They have excellent experience, skills and knowledge. To become certified by the National Institute for Automotive Excellence (ASE), technicians must pass at least one of ASE's 40-pluss exams and provide proof of two years of relevant work experience. ASE exams are no cinch to pass - approximately one out of three of those tested fails.
They stay current on changing technology. Today's vehicles are more complex than ever, and mistakes can be costly. Technicians with ASE credentials keep their skills current and must be retested every five years to remain certified.
They're committed to quality. The ASE program is voluntary. Technicians who have invested the time and expense to earn ASE certification take pride in their work, and it shows in the service they provide.
Founded in 1972, the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence is an independent, non-profit organization that tests and certifies the competence of individual automotive repair technicians. For more information, visit www.ase.com.
Mark Floyd ASE Certified Master Technician (Since 1981)