Grover’s Auto Repair in Mathews Court House recently added a new state-of-the-art Hunter alignment machine.
The new equipment replaces an older alignment unit that owner Grover Bergdoll and his staff had previously used. The Hunter alignment system is computerized. Most new cars now require four-wheel alignment, Bergdoll said, but the Hunter unit can also accurately perform a two-wheel alignment.
Although there is no set timeframe for when to have an alignment done, he said drivers in a rural area tend to encounter more potholes that can knock a car or truck out of alignment.
Bergdoll is ASE certified, as are technicians Troy Richardson and Steve Buchanan, both of Mathews.
Another recent addition to the business is an office and customer waiting area. Bergdoll’s daughter, Kim Smith, is the office manager.
Grover’s Auto Repair offers all types of automotive services for domestic and foreign cars in its seven service bays. The technicians also repair light and medi...
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