Best Auto Repair: Desert Car Care Center of Chandler

95 N. Dobson Road, 480-726-6400,

Desert Car Care has been a leader in the automotive repair industry for years and now adds Best in Chandler among its long list of awards for quality service.

Every employee at DCC is equipped with an Automotive Service Excellence certification, insuring that your vehicle is in the hands of only the best and most qualified technicians. Their clientele’s automotive needs are their “driving force” for exceptional service and customer satisfaction.

DCC understands and respects the fact that their client’s vehicles are often their most prized possessions that keeps their days running smoothly, and how important it is that the repair process move briskly and efficiently.

When it comes to the manner in which DCC faculty approaches repairs, they like to use methods not unlike those of the actual manufacturers of their customer’s car, with a great deal of care and precision. DCC takes pride in how they never compromise any of their repairs with shortcuts and would never jeopardize the trust of their clients.

Desert Car Care also gives their clients an impeccable 25,000-mile or 25-month warranty on any recommended parts or labor, offering their customers peace of mind that they are receiving the best advice and care possible.


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Desert Car Care Center of Chandler and Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) Phoenix will host the “Tie One On For Safety” to spread awareness about the importance of not driving under the influence.

Community members are asked to visit Desert Car Care Center, 95 N. Dobson Road, Chandler, Dec. 15-31 to sign the Pledge to Drive Sober.

Participants will receive a “Tie One On For Safety” MADD decal, a free set of windshield wiper blades, and a voucher for 20 percent off any repair or service up to $100.

The repair service is valid through Jan. 31, 2016.

For more information, call 480-726-6400 or visit

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