Auto Repair in Alliance, OH
The city of Alliance, OH, is located some 20 miles northwest of Canton, mostly in Stark County with a smaller portion in neighboring Mahoning County. It covers nine square miles of land, home to a population of just over 22,000 people.
Alliance was founded in 1854 by the merger of three smaller communities, then incorporated as a city in 1889. Two major railroad lines once intersected in Alliance, creating “The Crossing.” Because the city’s Main Street was designed to bring traffic to the train station, Alliance has been called “The town where Main Street is a dead end.” Alliance is also known as “The Carnation City” for giving Ohio its official state flower, the scarlet carnation. The city holds rich social, industrial and railroad history, hosting a number of historic attractions.
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, Alliance’s one-stop shop for vehicle care. Since 2011, our ASE-Certified technicians have been delivering excellent workmanship to Alliance drivers, specializing in late American models and Asian imports. We’re located in nearby Canton, where we look forward to serving you.
Reasons to “Fix-It With Fred”
- ASE-Certified Technicians on Staff
- More Than 50 Years Combined Experience
- Specializing in Asian Imports
- Guardian, GWC & GAC Extended Warranties
- Automotive Service Association Member
- BBB Accredited Business, A+ Rating
- Free TV, WiFi & Snacks While You Wait
- Strong Social Media Presence
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Here's our remodeled waiting room. Complete with complimentary drinks, television, snacks, WIFI & magazines.
Not only is our goal to help you with all of your vehicle needs, we want you to be comfortable if you choose to wait on your vehicle.
I know it's a bathroom but our customers tell us that it's the nicest bathroom that they've ever seen in an auto repair facility. It's handicap accessible and uni-sex.