Auto Repair in Stafford TX
Our ASE certified auto mechanics in Stafford TX are ready to service your vehicle and perform the required maintenance necessary to keep you on the road. For years, our experienced technicians have been helping vehicle owners care for their investment.
Our technicians are dedicated to providing quality mobile auto repair and total customer satisfaction. We offer a 12 month/12,000 mile warranty AND up to 30% off what auto repair shops or dealers charge.
Mobile mechanics in Stafford TX
Otobots auto repair proudly serves the thriving community of Stafford, TX, with industry certified technicians. Stafford, TX, is a small city situated in Fort Bend and Harris counties. The city is within the Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land metropolitan area. Stafford has not had a municipal property tax since 1995. Even though it is known as a bedroom community of the greater Houston area, an estimated four times as many people work in Stafford on a week day, which is evidence of the large amount of commercial activity that helps the city financially. Many corporations both large and small, including the United Parcel Service and Tyco, maintain significant operations in Stafford.
Originally, Stafford was an agricultural community. As of 2009, it has operations from commercial, manufacturing, retail, service, and wholesale industries which pay sales and franchise taxes to the city. Stafford is known internationally for attracting valve manufacturing companies; 11 are located here. Stafford has 15 business parks, one shopping center, and 19 hotels and motels.
Texas Instruments (TI) operates a production facility in Stafford, where it manufactures 6-inch (150 mm) wafers used in cell phones, high-definition televisions, and solar devices. The plant first opened in 1967. In 2009, TI, which had around 1,500 employees in its Stafford office during that year, was the largest employer in the city. In 2012, the company announced it is closing its Stafford plant because industry demand for larger, more efficient wafers increased and the company, in lieu of upgrading the Stafford plant to accommodate production of larger wafers, opted to shift production to newer plants. Of the 1,000 employees at the plant during that year, TI laid off 500 and sent 500 to another facility. Leonard Scarcella, the Mayor of Stafford, said that the closure would adversely affect Stafford.
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What Makes Us Stand Out?
- Convenient Auto Repair At Your Home or Office
- Certified & Highly Rated Mechanics
- Fair/Fixed Pricing & Genuine Parts
- 7/24 Customer Service
- 12 Months/12,000 Mile Warranty
- Nationwide Roadside Assistance