Central Car Care - Central Phoenix Car Repair

Central Car Care is a Central Phoenix family owned business with the principals having over 63 years of tire and automotive repair experience.

We care about you and your car!

This means your safety and the safety of your family is a top priority for us. Our ASE certified automotive technicians will take care of your vehicle using the best diagnostic technology available to get you on the road safely and quickly. 

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Central Car Care
301 E. Dunlap Ave
Phoenix, AZ 85020
Phone: 602-997-7515
Email: info@centralcarcareaz.com

Highly Professional Phoenix Car Repair

All of the car repairs that are performed on your vehicle is warrantied for 15 months or 15,000 miles**. 

Outstanding Car Repair Quality Service

Prior to any car repairs being performed on your vehicle an estimate will be discussed with you and on your approval the work will be performed.

We are independently owned and operated!

In lieu of the fact that we are a "Family Business" we have to ensure that our customer are completely satisfied with our work.


An auto body repairer can repair most damage from everyday vehicle collisions and make vehicles look and drive like new. Damage may be minor, such as replacing a cracked windshield, or major, such as replacing an entire door panel. Repair technicians use many tools for their work. To remove damaged parts, such as bumpers and door panels, they use pneumatic tools, metal-cutting guns, and plasma cutters. For major structural repairs, such as aligning the body, they often use heavy-duty hydraulic jacks and hammers. For some work, they use common hand tools, such as metal files, pliers, wrenches, hammers, and screwdrivers.

In some cases, repair technicians do an entire job by themselves. In other cases, especially in large shops, they use an assembly line approach in which they work as a team with each repair technician specializing. Although repair technicians sometimes prime and paint repaired parts, automotive painters generally perform these tasks. Auto body and related repairers, or collision repair technicians, straighten metal panels, remove dents, and replace parts that cannot be fixed. Although they repair all types of vehicles, most work primarily on cars, sport utility vehicles, and small trucks.