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A member of the Better Business Bureau reliability program.


Claim to fame: At Lancaster Tire and Auto Care they like to say "the technicians love a challenge," owner Jeff Furbush said. "We love to diagnose problems that other people have failed to diagnose and we have a great success rate. We also give honest, educated feedback and that's what our customers love. They can trust us." Lancaster Tire & Auto Care employees keep current on diagnostic equipment, updating it on a weekly basis. They provide electrical, computer diagnostics, factory recommended services such as mileage-based or maintenance work, air-conditioning and other types of mechanical repair. Each of the technicians is factory trained and ASE certified. Lancaster Tire & Auto Care hopes to expand to include restoring vintage vehicles.


When it comes to safety, no part of your vehicle is more important than the brakes. They should be inspected at least once a year to determine the condition of the hydraulic system and operating hardware. While the entire braking system requires attention, the friction materials - the pads, shoes, rotors and drums - require constant attention because they wear down each time you apply your brakes.


  • We begin with a comprehensive inspection of your car’s entire braking system.

  • Pads and shoes are replaced and warranted for as long as you own the car.

  • Wheel bearings are repacked as needed.

  • The backing plate and caliper anchor are lubricated.

  • The brake fluid is topped off.

  • The hydraulic system is purged of air and adjusted.

  • Drums and rotors are refinished if they have become scored.

  • At an additional cost, the drums and rotors are replaced if they are too badly worn.

  • Based on our inspection, there may be other components that may need to be replaced.

  • Metallic pads are extra.



What is included in your 45 point inspection?



Turn signal lights
Hazard warning lights
Tail lights
License plate light
Brake lights
Back-up lights
Windshield washers & wipers
Parking brake
Dash warning lights
Shift/start interlock
Body (paint, trim, damage)
Wiper blades
Seat belts
Idle rpm
Battery cable, terminals & "eye"
Radiator & hoses
Fuel lines, hoses & fittings
Air filter
Drive belts
Coolant/freeze protection level
Brake steering clutch reservoirs
Engine, transmission/differential
Windshield washer reservoir
Radiator reservoir
Fuel lines, hoses & fittings
brake lines, hoses & fittings
Exhaust system & heat shields
Parking brake cables
CV-joint boots
Tie rod ends & boots
Engine & transmission leaks
Brake pads & discs
Wheel bearings


our car’s suspension system is primarily more important than many of us realize. It affects many areas of your day to day ride. For example, it does not only have an effect on how pleasant and enjoyable your ride is, while that is necessary, but it is likewise a very important facet of your car’s stability. Suspension repairs are usually done on automobiles which have a bouncy ride or become to bumpy.

With out a rightly taken care of and working suspension you are going to start to see your car’s inadequate response to braking, acceleration and handling, at the same time as needless tire vibration and other concerns. 


We offer various packages to fit your budget and needs:



    • Inspect steering and suspension system, including tire condition and air pressure

    • Put vehicle on alignment rack; mount and compensate sensors

    • Print out wheel alignment readings


    • Inspect steering and suspension system, including tire condition and air pressure

    • Put vehicle on alignment rack; mount and compensate sensors

    • Print out initial alignment readings

    • Adjust camber, caster and toe angles to manufacturer specifications, if applicable (additional parts and labor may be necessary on some vehicles)

    • Print out final wheel alignment readings to verify alignment is within specification

    • Road test vehicle

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