Blue Ridge Automotive owners Joe Miller and Josh Underwood have always valued premier customer service and employee culture – regardless of the endeavor. This approach has led to previous success stories in consulting, commercial real estate and specialty contracting. In 2021, they took over ownership of Optimum Auto Repair as a first step to their dream of providing Atlanta with these people-first elements in a local automotive business. Their goal? To squash the stigma of distrusted mechanics by providing professional services that are different for both customers and employees.
We are a full-service auto repair shop serving Chamblee, GA & surrounding areas such as Doraville, Northwoods, Huntley Hill, Plymouth Colony, Cambridge Square, Embry Hills, North Atlanta, Derby Hill, Brookhaven, Village North
Brakes are one of the most crucial safety features that vehicles utilized every day. There are 2 sorts of braking systems on many vehicles; Standard brakes and ABS.
Shocks & struts are crucial to your safety. Learn the symptoms of damaged shocks & struts & keep your vehicle on the road.
Today’s vehicles are equipped with highly sophisticated electronic engine control systems. The computer receives information from a network of sensors and switches that tells your ignition, fuel and emission control systems what to do.
One of the most important aspects of preventative maintenance is changing your car’s oil and filter regularly. Oil is essential for keeping your engine running smoothly, and it needs to be replaced every few months or so. Likewise, a clogged air filter can reduce your car’s performance and fuel efficiency. That’s why it’s important to change your air filter regularly as well.
Bringing your vehicle to us for regular service is the best way for you to save money on automotive costs and save time on easily avoidable mechanical problems.
It’s important that wheels and tires are aligned. If they aren’t, you could be damaging your tires and affecting the vehicle’s handling characteristics. If the suspension is out of alignment, there is uneven pressure on the tires that can cause your car to work harder on the tires than it needs to.