PLYMOUTH - With spring weather starting to show, Clifford Jones of Cliffâ€™s Automotive said many people this time of year will start to hear noises coming from their vehicles, as they will be driving with the windows open for the first time since the temperatures dropped last year.
â€śIf youâ€™re hearing a noise, get it checked out,â€ť said Jones, whose automotive shop is located at 410 Main St.
â€śIt may be something simple, but if you let it go it could turn into something very big.â€ť
Jones opened his automotive garage in Terryville in 2008 after spending 11 years at a location in Farmington. Many of his regular customers followed him to his new location, liking his work.
â€śSome of my customers have been with me for 20 years,â€ť Jones said.
â€śIâ€™m a single-member shop,â€ť Jones continued. â€śI do all the work myself.â€ť
â€śEverything gets done right and proper.â€ť
Jones said he is best known for doing fair and honest work.
â€śYou donâ€™t find that in the automotive industry,â€ť he said.
The work Jones does includes oil changes, batteries, starters and alternators, belts and hose repair, carburetor repair, check engine light repair and diagnosis, tune ups, engine performance checks, fuel injection repair, fuel pump repair, computer diagnostics, air conditioning service and repair, heater repair, brake repair, suspension and steering, shocks and struts, cooling system service, wheel alignment, mufflers and new tires.
Jones has an A+ grade with the Better Business Bureau and has earned the Automotive Seal of Excellence.
For more information about Cliffâ€™s Automotive, visit their website at cliffsautomotivect.com.
Justin Muszynski can be reached at 860-973-1809 or firstname.lastname@example.org.