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Pre-purchase Inspections

We are the local leader for used car inspections in Houston, Texas. We provide pre-purchase inspections for motor homes and campers, commercial and recreational vehicles as well as motorcycles.
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Mobile Auto Repair

We come to you. Save 30-50% off shop prices and receive  a 12 | 12 mile written warranty with every service. All repair services are performed on site. Use your own parts or we can get them for you!
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Roadside Assistance

• Spare tire changes
• Battery replacement
• Jump starts
• Fuel delivery
• Lock out service
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Aftermarket Installations

Installation services for businesses specializing in handicap accessibility  and GPS tracking systems. We work with banks and credit unions installing vehicle recovery and asset management systems.
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SERVICE AREA

We are located in Northwest Harris County just a few miles northwest of Cypress. Since 2006 we have serviced the Greater Houston area. Here is a list of some cities, towns and villages we service:
 
• Atascocita • Bellaire • Brookshire 
• College Station • Conroe • Cypress
• Field Store • Hempstead • Hockley
• Houston • (South) Houston • Hufsmith
• Humble • Jersey Village • Katy • Kingwood
• Magnolia • Missouri City • Pasadena
• Pearland • Pinehurst • Richmond 
• Rosenburg • Spring • Stafford 
• Sugarland • Tomball
• Waller • The Woodlands

 ...and all points in between.
Map of Houston service area

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  • Why choose ProMobile Automotive for repairs?

    We are convenient, time saving and affordable. All of our mobile mechanics are professional and experienced. We come to you anywhere within our Houston / College Station service areas to bring you the best mobile auto repair service in town. You will deal directly with your mechanic and not a sales person. We come well equipped with all of the technical information and tools to get the job done right, quickly and efficiently. Then we back it up with a 12 month 12,000 warranty.  

  • Where are you located?

    As our slogan says, "We come to you fully equipped to handle all of your auto repair needs!". We bring our services to you. We have an office that we use to dispatch our mobile mechanics all over Houston but we do not maintain a storefront. In this way, we keep our operating costs low so that you the customer gets the best prices possible. We are not in the parts business. We sell service.

  • Is mobile auto repair more expensive than taking my vehicle to a shop?

    Compared to independent shops and dealerships mobile auto repair is a less expensive and a better deal. On average you can expect a 30-50% discount below shops and dealerships. However, a few small services (like replacing an air filter or changing oil) may cost you more than local shops since we need to justify the cost of traveling to you. If you value your time, the convenience and ease of us coming to you will justify spending a little more than local shops on those services. At ProMobile we have found that 80% of the most common repairs on vehicles today can be done on site by our mobile mechanics. This spells convenience, same day service and time saved which equals to money in your pocket!

  • What should I do if I don't know what is wrong with my vehicle?

    Fill out the get a quote form and choose "I need a diagnostic service call". We will come to you and inspect your vehicle. We will then provide you with the recommended service(s) it will take to get you back on the road. 

  • Is there a fee to diagnose my vehicle?

    Yes. There is a charge for us to come out and diagnose your vehicle. The fee covers the time and costs associated with getting to you as well as the diagnostic service. The diagnostic fee will vary from location to location, but the average is about 1 hour of labor. 

  • What does a diagnostic service include?

    We go through a step by step process to rule out or confirm any part(s) failures. Diagnosing your vehicle is a process that requires a knowledgeable and skilled individual if you want it done right. The time it takes varies from one vehicle to the next. We will diagnose your vehicle and provide you with the recommended repairs based on our visual inspection and/or tests performed. 

  • Does the diagnostic fee go towards the repair?

    When hiring us to diagnose your vehicle you are paying for our time and expertise along with other expenses. A service call/diagnostic fee is standard practice for many trades that come to your home or office to fix a problem. We are no different. If the circumstances allow it we will apply all or a portion of a service call/diagnostic fee to your repair at our discretion. Some repair shops will not charge you an upfront diagnostic fee but they will add the fee to your repair bill. We believe it is better to be up front and transparent with our customers. Our service is not free.

  • Should my mechanic be certified?

    Certifications is always a good thing and to the seasoned pro it can mean everything. Most repair shops, and a lot of dealerships too, make a big deal about the certifications of their mechanics. They make a good argument to earn your business, when they tell you about the certifications their mechanics possess. There's one part they don't tell you though, when it comes to the certifications: they don't necessarily mean much if a person is book smart but lacks experience. When a mechanic gets a certification it just means that person passed a written test for one area of mechanical repair. There has been a huge push in the industry to have certified mechanics simply because it gives more credibility to the shop that has certified mechanics, over the shop that doesn't. There aren't any classes that teach how to fix the cars, just a test. Once the test is passed, the mechanic is certified. Almost anyone can become a certified master technician, with just a few years work or school experience. All you have to do is pass the tests. Certification is a good thing but, there is no substitute for experience. At ProMobile, we lean more on the side of experience.

  • Why won't my car start?

    There is a difference between not cranking (no sound when you turn the key) and not starting. If you can hear the engine turning over you may have an issue with fuel, spark, compression, timing or a computer control problem. If you hear a single click or a series of clicks or nothing at all when you turn the key you may have a battery problem or a starter circuit problem. Sometimes you can eliminate the probability of the battery being bad, low or needing a charge by turning on your headlights, radio and operate your electric windows all at the same time. If your vehicle will do this than you probably have an issue with your starting circuit and not the battery.

  • How can I tell if my battery is bad?

    If your engine does not crank at all or cranks very slowly. If you cannot turn on the headlights, interior lights or radio, then your vehicle doesn't have enough accessory power. If the lights (dashboard/headlamps/interior) do come on but appear dim, then the battery may not be completely dead.. but probably won't have enough power to crank the engine fast enough for it to start and run. On the other hand, if you do have full accessory power, but the engine will not crank, then there could be other electrical problems such as a bad ignition switch, a failed starter/starter solenoid, or a bad connection somewhere in the ignition system. These more advanced issues should be properly diagnosed by a professional mechanic.

  • How can I tell if my alternator is going bad?

    The alternator supplies electricity to the car battery when the engine is running; this allows the battery to power the vehicles electrical components while recharging itself. The car relies on the alternator, because without it the battery will have a very short life. When the alternator is going out, the electrical components may lose power while idling for a while. If the battery dies frequently, or not charging while the car runs, it's probably the alternator.

  • What causes my check engine light to come on?

    If the check engine or service engine light is on, the computer in the vehicle has detected a possible issue or issues affecting a performance or emissions malfunction. Ignoring your engine light can lead to expensive repairs. As soon as you notice your check engine light come on it is a very good idea to address the issue sooner than later. There are several over the counter code readers on the market today as well as several places that will check it for you only to sell you parts that you may not need. There is no substitute for a professional mechanic in these matters. We carry all the necessary equipment and experience to give you an accurate diagnosis. Learn more about your check engine light here.

  • Why do my brakes pulsate?

    A up and down movement felt in the brake pedal can be two things, one to be expected, the other concerning. The anti lock brake system engaging on a wet road will normally cause pulsation in the brake pedal. Pulsation on a dry road should be cause for concern. This could be a warped rotor needing to be resurfaced or replaced.

  • How often should I replace my spark plugs?

    Most car manufacturers recommend replacing your spark plugs at 100k miles. Somewhere between 60-75k sounds more like it to us. It is our opinion that you will get better performance and efficiency from your vehicle in the long run if you shorten the intervals between spark plug replacement.

002413雷科防务股票行情_股票资金与策略撮合

We currently provide installation services for businesses specializing in handicap accessibility, GPS tracking systems, vehicle recovery  and asset management systems. We work with credit unions, banks and car dealerships across the United States and abroad. 

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