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King’s Auto Repair was founded in September of 1963 by Wayne & Barbara King. Scott joined the company in 1978 and worked with Wayne and Barbara until Wayne’s passing in September 2000. Scott took over and re-organized the business and continued to work and run the business until 2015.
King’s Auto Repair Shop is a modern 6 bay auto repair and service facility with four full-time ASE certified technicians. We are equipped with the latest automotive electrical and computer diagnostic equipment in the area to perform repairs on cars, light trucks, and vans. Our technicians are highly trained in diagnostics and repairs including certified emissions repairs. We work with the latest automotive software, and are always up to date with Foreign and Domestic Factory testing equipment.
In 2015, Scott and Wendy retired and sold the business to Tom Dietrich who worked in the shop with Scott during the sale of the business. Tom has an associates’ degree in Automotive Technologies from Penn College in Williamsport and has been working in the automotive industry for 16 years. Our Service Advisor, Mike Renner had been in the automotive service industry since 1983 and brings a wealth of customer service and automotive knowledge to the Kings service team. Rounding out the Kings Auto repair team is John Krin who brings 40+ years of automotive knowledge to the shop, Dan Garner who worked for Honda for 9 years in addition to an independent automotive shop in New Jersey, Jake Hetrick, who graduated with honors from Universal Technical Institute with the Ford Accelerated Credential Training (Ford FACT) certification and Andrés Santiago who is a recent graduate from UTI and interned with Kings while he was in school.
King’s Auto Repair follows your vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations for scheduled maintenance and is strongly committed to the belief in preventative maintenance.