Family owned & operated since 1987, Auto Gallery specializes exclusively in the repair and maintenance of Volkswagen and Audi automobiles. By limiting the number of manufacturers we service, we're able to provide the latest technical information, special tools, equipment, and parts required to handle any Volkswagen or Audi repair.
|Address||773 Westland Dr # A|
|Phone Number||(859) 231-6420|
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Our hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. For your convenience, we are also open most Saturday mornings from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. for scheduled wait-on oil changes. Simply call the Auto Gallery at 859-231-6420 to make an appointment for your Volkswagen® or Audi®.
We pride ourselves on saving our customers money. Not just a few dollars here and there, but real money. Our hourly labor rate is $79 per hour while our competitor's rates are $89 and $99 respectively. That's a minimum of a 13% savings on labor alone. Depending on the type of part it is, we are also able to offer part discounts ranging from 10% to 40%. How can we offer these savings? The answer is simple. We shop our parts from over a dozen suppliers, taking full advantage of special buys and volume discounts, and we also don't have a multi-million dollar facility to maintain.
Do you have a shuttle service? We do not offer an area-wide shuttle service at this time, but are more than happy to take you to our preferred rental agency, which is 5 minutes away. Do you have rental cars? We have a relationship with Hertz and offer preferred pricing to our service customers for as little as $28 a day. Hertz can bring your rental to our shop, and, for your convenience, you can leave your rental with us for pick up when your car is ready. There is no need to travel back and forth to the rental agency.
Most timing belt failures that we see are the result of failure in one of the other components of the timing belt system. The timing belt system consists of the timing belt, of course, an idler or roller pulley, a timing belt tensioner, and in most Audi® and VW® engines, a water pump. All of these items are driven by the timing belt and have internal bearings that are subject to failure. It is usually one of these other parts that fail and cause the belt to overheat and self-destruct, not the timing belt itself.