Students in Gateway’s Automotive Technology program provide reduced-cost auto repair work to members of the community. If your car or light truck is 10 years old or newer and needs a repair that aligns with the course curriculum, you may be eligible for a service with fees as low as $30 plus the cost of parts needed. If applicable, there will be a $15 battery disposal fee. Gateway does not dispose of old tires. If your tires are replaced, you must take the old tires with you.
Possible areas of assistance may include:
- Heating & Air Conditioning
- Engine Cooling
- Chassis & Accessory Electrical
- Alignment & Suspension
- Minor Engine Repair
- Engine Performance & Emissions
- Manual Transmissions & Clutches
- Automatic Transmissions
Allowing Gateway students to work on your car saves you money and provides future leaders in the automotive industry valuable experience. If you are interested in having a repair done by Gateway’s Automotive Service Simulation class, please submit repair request form.
All requested repair projects will be reviewed to determine if they meet the educational requirements of the Automotive Service Simulation class. Gateway reserves the right to only accept repair projects they feel are suitable for the class. All work is done at Gateway’s Horizon Center for Transportation Technology and is by appointment only. You will be contacted by the lead faculty with regards to the status of your request.