We have great pride in our military and veterans and honor them on Veterans Day each November 11th. Did you know how and why it is on November 11th? The reason dates back to 1918 and pays homage to the date and time the WW I cease fire went into effect on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month when a temporary cessation of hostilities, between the Allied nations and Germany went into effect. November 11, 1918, is generally regarded as the end of “the war to end all wars” eventhough the official end of the what we refer to as "The Great War" ended with the Treaty of Versailles signed on June 28, 1919, in the Palace of Versailles outside the town of Versailles, France.
We have been using Dennis Road Automotive for several years. We have always found them to be honest and reliable. We have recently moved to Terrell, Tx and we still drive in to Dallas to use them. Recently my air conditioning went out in my Expedition. We dropped it off and they worked it in and had it going in two days. They made sure to replace the needed parts and checked the entire system to make sure everything else is in working order. I told them it had overheated as well. They checked the oil and told me to use a different oil that would be better for my older Expedition. I told them that I would use it next time I changed the oil. They change the oil for free to make sure it all in working order. They consistently go above and beyond "typical" service to be the best. We will keep driving an hour into Dallas to use them. -Linda T
Did you know that Remanufacturing is Recycling? Have you considered how your decision to make a major repair to your vehicle affects our environment? We have researched how much energy JASPER utilizes in the remanufacturing process and compared it with information from the Argonne National Lab, a research center for the U.S. Department of Energy.
As we celebrate Labor Day this year, we want to thank you for choosing us for your automotive and truck repair needs. We come to work each day and raise these garage doors with wrenches in hand but without your trust in our experience and hard work ethics there wouldn't be a garage here to open. We will continue to work hard to earn that trust and keep your vehicles running in peak shape because that is what we do and we thank you for making it possible!
Nearly 160 members of the Willys-Overland-Knight Registry (WOKR) held their 56th Annual International Meet-up in Jasper, Indiana. During their June 20-23 visit, many of the members took time to tour JASPER's Wernsing Road and Power Drive facilities.
The WOKR was established to bring together people interested in the preservation of vehicles powered by "seeve-valve" engines, or the related family of Willys-Overland vehicles from 1903 to 1942. Nameplates included: Willys, Overland, Whippet, Stearns, Marion and other vehicles powered by a Knight sleeve-valve engine.