CHICOPEE, Mass. (Mass Appeal) You can nearly double your gas mileage by performing routine maintenance on your car. Eric Lubarsky from E&G Automotive in Chicopee told us how they can help extend the life of your car.
E & G Automotive, Inc
159 Granby Road
Chicopee, MA 01013
About E&G Automotive
Automobiles have been in the Lubarsky family’s blood for three generations. Eric Lubarsky’s grandfather worked in a machine shop and also restored antique autos, including Rolls Royces. His father owned an auto repair shop. In 1988, Eric graduated from Wyoming Technical School with an associates degree in automotive technology, and in 1991 he and his father formed E&G Automotive.
Formerly located in West Springfield, E&G Automotive has provided quality car care to customers in western Massachusetts since 1991. Since relocating to Chicopee in 2008, we are ready to serve the people of Chicopee, Springfield and surrounding communities with a complete menu of services for domestic and foreign automobiles, light trucks and corporate fleets.
Regular professional maintenance will save you money, regardless of how much you drive. E&G provides complete maintenance and repair services for all makes and models, including brake and exhaust systems, tune-ups and electrical systems. With any service, we inspect all vehicle systems and give you a written status report at no extra cost.
We service all models of Asian and European autos. E&G techs can diagnose and test drive train and suspension components, correct handling and drivability problems, evaluate emission controls and fuel injection systems for optimum performance and service ABS and traction management systems–all with a 3-year / 36,000 mile warranty.
About Eric Lubarsky: ACDelco’s Technician of the Millennium:
In 2001, Eric Lubarsky participated in the ACDelco-sponsored Technician of the Millennium competition, which attracted almost 5,000 technicians. Phase I of the competition comprised a 100-question written exam. Eric passed it and was one of five technicians from this region who travelled to Florida for Phase II, joining ten others from across the U.S.
In Phase II, the contestants diagnosed and repaired predetermined “bugs” placed in Buick LeSabres. Eric again passed and moved into Phase III, where for four hours six techs from the U.S. and three from Canada competed in diagnosing and repairing “bugs” in Chevrolet Malibus. At the end of the competition, Eric had the highest total score and was declared the winner, the Technician of the Millennium.
While Eric was honored that his skills were recognized, more important it means that E&G customers can expect the best from its team of technicians. Whether you drive a domestic or imported car, an SUV or truck, if you have questions about your vehicle’s maintenance, call or stop buy. Eric and his staff will do their best to make you the Customer of the Millennium