295 Bergen Turnpike Suite K, Ridgefield Park, NJ 07660


Mon-Fri: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM | Saturday: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM Sunday: Closed | Break Time : 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Mon-Fri: 8:00 AM - 6:00 PM | Saturday: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM | Sunday: Closed | Break Time : 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Customer Service 1-201-836-1910
295 Bergen Turnpike Suite K, Ridgefield Park, NJ 07660

Membership Service

FOC offers a service to members. To become a member, we ask to place a sticker in the back bumper of the automobile.
The benefit the member will receive:
Free Oil Change

Free oil change 4 times a year (**the cost of oil filter is not included**)

Synthetic oil change 2 times a year.

Make sure your engine oil is fresh so your car is ready to drive.

Bumper to Bumper Check

(**Requires 45-60min**)

A bumper-to-bumper inspection is vastly different from a regular inspection. Unlike regular car inspection, bumper to bumper inspection takes more time and is more “hands on.” What's more, this type of inspection is very detailed and should be conducted every three to five thousand miles.

Free Tire Flat Plug

We provide comprehensive flat tire repair services as a part of our goal of keeping you safe while getting you back on the road. And if your tires are beyond repair, we can help you find a solution that meets your needs.

Online Appointment

You have the option to schedule appointments for various services using our user-friendly booking system. We offer a hassle-free cancellation service up to 24 hours prior to the scheduled appointment.

Below are some of the many auto repair services we offer:

    • Bring Your Own Part to Save Time & Money
    • General Auto Repair & Maintenance
    • Engine Cooling System Maintenance
    • Electrical Diagnostics
    • Starting and Charging Repair
    • Wheel Alignment
    • Computer Diagnostic Testing
    • Manufacturer Recommended Service
    • Brake Repair and Replacement
    • Air Conditioning A/C Repair
    • Tire Repair and Replacement
    • Vehicle Preventative Maintenance
    • State Emissions Inspection
    • Emission Repair Facility
    • Oil Change
    • Brake Job / Brake Service
    • Engine Cooling System Flush & Repair
    • Steering and Suspension Work
+ More Services

How It Works

These few steps will help return your car to a working condition
for repair
PICK UP your car
Free Oil Change Members
2. 9k
Customer Reviews

Was very preased with the job,very professional and accurate,he knows his job.will be happy to use him in the future time also to reffers my friends they ask for him for their cars repair. Thanks mr Ben.

– Silvia R. Brown, Manager
Customer Reviews

I bought my (used) car with Car Repair Service’s inspection recommendation and I’m very happy with their services. I’m sure that I’ll use Car Repair Service’s services again in the future.

– Rod N. Clay, Electrician

Auto Maintenance FAQs

How often should I get my oil changed?
Manufacturer's Recommendations: The best place to start is by checking your vehicle's owner's manual. Car manufacturers usually provide specific guidelines for oil change intervals based on their engineering and testing.

Conventional Oil: If you use conventional oil, a common recommendation is to change it every 3,000 to 5,000 miles (4,800 to 8,000 kilometers). However, newer engines and oils may allow for longer intervals.

Synthetic Oil: Synthetic oils typically have longer-lasting properties and can often go 7,500 to 10,000 miles (12,000 to 16,000 kilometers) or even more between changes. Again, refer to your owner's manual for specific guidance.
Should I worry about servicing my leased vehicle?
Lease Agreement Terms: Most lease agreements include clauses that require you to maintain the vehicle properly. This typically involves following the manufacturer's recommended maintenance schedule, which includes oil changes, tire rotations, brake inspections, and other routine services. Failure to do so can lead to penalties or charges when you return the leased vehicle.

Warranty Coverage: Many leased vehicles are still under the manufacturer's warranty during the lease term. Proper servicing ensures that any potential issues are addressed promptly, and warranty coverage is not voided. If you neglect maintenance and a problem arises, you may be responsible for the repair costs.
Do I need to charge my battery after I jump-start my vehicle?
Yes, it's a good idea to charge your vehicle's battery after jump-starting it. Jump-starting provides a temporary boost of power to start the engine, but it does not fully charge the battery. Here's why you should charge your battery after a jump-start:

Limited Recharge: Jump-starting only provides enough power to get your engine running. It doesn't replenish the energy that was lost from the battery when it was dead or discharged.

Prevent Future Issues: If your battery was dead or discharged enough to require a jump-start, it's an indication that the battery may be weak or nearing the end of its life. Charging the battery after a jump-start can help restore its charge and extend its lifespan.

Avoid Repeat Dead Battery: A battery that is not fully charged is more likely to become discharged again, especially in cold weather or if you frequently take short trips. Charging the battery ensures that it is ready for regular use.
How do I know when I need new brakes?
Squeaking or Squealing Noise:
Grinding Noise
Reduced Brake Performance
Vibration or Pulsation
Warning Light
Visible Wear:
Burning Smell
Pulling to One Side
Repairs & Servicing
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Our Pricing Plans
Fixed price car servicing packages

We Repair All Makes of Automobiles

We work with all makes and models of vehicles