Auto Repair in Louisville, OH


The small city of Louisville, OH, is located in Stark County, about eight miles northwest of Canton. It covers 5.5 square miles of land, home to a population of about 9,200 people.

The area was first settled in 1834 and named Lewisville. The spelling was changed just three years later when the post office was established and it was discovered Ohio already had another town called Lewisville. The community of Louisville was incorporated as a village in 1872, and almost a century later, in 1960, the village was officially named a city. Louisville became known as The Constitution Town, following the successful efforts of one local resident to establish Constitution Day on September 17. The city now holds annual Constitution Week festivities in mid-September.

When it comes to auto repairs, it’s important to know the shop you can trust with the knowledge, experience and honesty to keep your car or truck operating at its best. Fix-It With Fred is proud to be that very place, Louisville’s one-stop shop for vehicle care. Since 2011, our ASE-Certified technicians have been delivering excellent workmanship to Louisville drivers, specializing in late American models and Asian imports. Were located in nearby Canton, where we look forward to serving you.