Dropping Your Car Off and Need a Ride?

  • By Eric Evenstad
  • 01 Jul, 2017

No problem! 

Denver traffic congestion has forced us to curtail shuttle service – but don’t worry there’s a better solution – Uber or Lyft rides work seamlessly. Even better, Colchin Auto will kick in up to $10 for your ride to work or where ever you need to go while your vehicle is being serviced . Many of our customers already use these ride services and wouldn’t have it any other way. There are many benefits to leaving your vehicle for service rather than waiting but the best is this – Your Colchin Auto team gets a good and appropriate amount of time to focus on your vehicle service needs allowing us to properly advise you.

 

Here's how it works:

·         Colchin Auto will kick up to $10 for Uber or Lyft in the form of dollars off the current invoice.

·         Proof of ride billing must be presented or emailed to Colchin when you pick up and pay for your vehicle.

·         If you don’t have an Uber or Lyft account Colchin will call a car for you once you are ready to go.

·         If Colchin’s Uber account is used to secure a ride, up to $10 will be comped – balance will appear on your invoice.


Rental Car Information

We can put you in a rental car for less than $20 a day! If your vehicle is going to be down for a day or more it may make sense to get a rental car so you can go about your life while we take care of your vehicle. Just let us know if you would like to rent a car and we’ll make the arrangements for you. All you have to do is the paper work at the rental car agency.

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