University Park Auto Repair

University Park Auto Repair

Otobots – Your Auto Mechanic

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Auto Repair in University Park TX

Our ASE certified auto mechanics in University Park 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 University Park TX

Otobots auto repair proudly serves the thriving community of University Park, TX with industry certified University Park is bordered on the north, east and west by Dallas and on the south by the town of Highland Park. University Park and Highland Park together comprise the Park Cities, an enclave of Dallas.

Southern Methodist University is located in the city of University Park. The Meadows Museum, which houses the largest collection of Spanish art in the United States, can be found on campus. Dallas County Community College District operates nearby community colleges. The new University Park Public Library location is the second floor of Preston Center Plaza. The old location was the first floor of a Chase Bank building at the southern end of Snider Plaza, at the intersection of Daniel and Hillcrest. The owner of the former building, Albert Huddleston, charged the city $1 per year to use the building space, as of 2009.

The library opened on June 7, 2001 as the University Park Book Bank in Snider Plaza. Before this, the town had no library. Residents could pay to use the Highland Park Public Library or the Dallas Public Library. On April 1, 2002 the book bank became a municipal library

Addresses in University Park may use either “Dallas, Texas” or “University Park, Texas” as the city designation, although the United States Postal Service prefers the use of the “Dallas, Texas” designation for the sake of simplicity. The same is true for mail sent to Highland Park.

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

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