Auto Repair in Eielson, AFB
Located about a half-hour drive south of Fairbanks and just outside of Moose Creek, sits Eielson AFB, home of the USAF’s 354th Fighter Wing. Other units, including the 1st and 4th Brigade 25th Infantry Division, also train at Eielson AFB. At the moment, Eielson AFB supports large-scale winter field training and RED FLAG – Alaska training exercises.
More than 3,000 service members and their families call Eielson AFB home, right in the middle of what makes the Fairbanks North Star Borough so great: stunning vistas, untouched wilderness areas, the magnificent northern lights, and plenty of outdoor activities. From hiking, fishing and stargazing, to cross country skiing and dog mushing, the outskirts of Eielson AFB have it all.
Rugged country and severe weather are rough on auto and steering systems, from small commuter cars to the biggest 4x4s. If you live or work close to Eielson AFB, you have a number of auto repair shop options. Why choose Simard Automotive? The answer: Simard Automotive understands that auto repair isn’t just “auto repair,” but building relationships, starting with great customer service— right here in Fairbanks, AK.
In Eielson AFB and beyond, you can trust Simard Automotive— from a simple engine oil and filter change, to more extensive auto repairs. We would be nothing without our Eielson AFB customers.
Simard Automotive is just thirty minutes away, located at 5200 Aeronca Ave, Fairbanks, AK. To find out more or to schedule an appointment, give us a call. We look forward to getting to know you and your car!
We will take quality time needed to be sure of client’s needs.
Ask the client what expectations they have at the time of write up.
Using highest quality inspection procedures and forms.
Educate client based on personal needs, budget and driving habits.
Performs personal Arctic Enhanced priority based estimate
Always ask if we can perform, estimate, schedule or defer the work needed.
Ensure quality control and comfortable environment
Ensure retention is maintained though pro-active follow-up