Reggie’s Motorworks has earned Blue Seal of Excellence Recognition as prescribed by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the quality of vehicle repair and service by means of voluntary testing and certification for automotive repair and service professionals.

To be eligible for this recognition, a company must have 75% of its automotive professionals ASE certified In addition there must be a certified technician in each area of service offered. To remain in the program, a business must renew each year and confirm its professionals’ certification status. 

Reggie’s Motorworks is a relationship-based auto repair shop, focusing on European vehicles, which are highly advanced cars with some of the most complicated systems of any car on the road. The team members have a diverse skillset and are training constantly to keep up with technology. At the same time, the company continually invests in the proper equipment to service modern cars. 

“Businesses that have earned the ASE Blue Seal of Excellence Recognition have gone the extra mile in support of their customers. Employing ASE-certified professionals is an important element in their overall customer satisfaction program. We salute those businesses who achieve this goal and thank them for helping promote quality automotive repair and service,” says Timothy Zilke, ASE President.

“It’s an honor to be recognized by ASE in this way. We know that there are a lot of talented technicians that may not have their ASE certifications, but we also recognize that having this uniform standard is essential. This is why we insist on and assist anyone new to our organization in attaining their ASE certifications. It’s a key piece of our culture.”

Established in 1972 as a non-profit organization, the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) is a driving force in the transportation industry. As an independent third party, ASE upholds and promotes high standards of service and repair through the assessment, certification and credentialing of current and future industry professionals, and the prestigious ASE Blue Seal logo identifies professionals who possess the essential knowledge and skills to perform with excellence. Today, there are approximately 250,00 ASE Certified professionals at work in dealerships, independent shops, collision repair shops, auto parts stores, fleets, schools and colleges throughout the country. For more information about ASE, visit

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Most of society is staying at home to stay healthy and to protect our healthcare system from being overwhelmed. So, many of us just don’t need our cars right now, and they are at the back of our minds.

Of course, our front-line workers, such as doctors, nurses, grocery store workers, delivery drivers, etc., need their cars now more than ever. For this reason, auto repair is considered an “essential service”. This means we are open for business and servicing anyone who has a need.

While we are giving priority to all of these essential groups, we still have enough capacity to service other vehicles. So, why should you have your car serviced now?

Beat the rush:

I don’t take this term lightly but we need to “flatten the curve” in auto service.

We anticipate a huge demand for auto repair once society is released from the “stay-at-home” order. I don’t know about you, but I have errands to run, family to visit, and restaurants to eat at!! The last thing I want to think about is the oil change I put off or that belt squeak that was on my list before things got put on pause.

Also, cars don’t like to sit. I doubt we’ll see “long-term storage” issues like flat tires and dead batteries, but it is possible. If your car had a marginal battery before this started, sitting for 30/60/90 days could put it over the edge. Also, little oil leaks can become bigger if that seal is left to dry-out for a few weeks and is not heat-cycled regularly.

We want you to be free to move about the world without the stress of car issues. We also want to avoid a 2-week back-log. That’s not good for anyone.

It’s convenient:

If you don’t need your car right now, let us pick it up and take care of it. We have a detailed process on how we handle your car, which includes wearing gloves, disinfecting high-traffic areas, and even airing it out when we drop it off (weather permitting).

Of course, you can also drop it off and use our key drop-box. We have also installed coded lock-boxes so you can access your keys without entering the building. (Of course, we disinfect the keypads and drop-box regularly.)

We have been using digital communications for years, but now they are more important than ever. We will always text or email you photos and/or videos of any concern on your vehicle. We have also recently implemented an online payment option, so you can enter your credit/debit card from home or from your mobile device.

Parts are currently available:

The reality of this is hard to predict, but we are anticipating a possible parts shortage or supply-chain issue in the coming weeks/months, due to the global shut-downs. We’re hoping that other countries have continued allowing auto parts to be manufactured and shipped, but we have to assume that there has been at least some reduced production. A good majority of our parts come from Europe, but of course, European countries have been affected by COVID-19 as well. It is believed that only cheap aftermarket parts come from China, but in reality, German companies like Bosch have been manufacturing select electronic components there for years.

If we do end up with a parts shortage, no one will be able to service your car until parts are back in stock. Let’s just hope that happens faster than we’re seeing paper towels and toilet paper return to shelves!

In-house financing:

One last thing I want to point out, which is something we have offered for years, is in-house financing. I don’t like to drain my bank account on any unexpected purchases, especially not when the economy is in question. When I do buy something like a new TV, I almost always take advantage of the “no interest” offer. Well, we have the same options at Reggie’s Motorworks. We have both 6-month and 12-month no interest/low monthly payment options. We know you need your car to be taken care of. Our hope is that this allows you to spread out your automotive maintenance cost while having the benefit of taking care of everything in just one trip. In other words, you’ll spend the same amount of money (or possibly less) and save valuable time.

This is an unprecedented time for all of us, especially in the fact that everyone around the globe is facing the same struggle. As frustrating as it is, and as much as it is a challenge, I am thankful that we have modern communication that has allowed us to become both aware and to take precautions to keep the majority of people safe. Hopefully, we’ll be able to resume a more normal life before too long!

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Tips From the Pros

Are you a brand new Volkswagen owner? Maybe you’re a lifelong lover of the brand and simply want to remind yourself about upcoming maintenance needs. Regardless of your situation, maintenance helps to ensure you don’t need Volkswagen repair more often than normal. Check out this guide from the pros at Reggie’s Motorworks in Noblesville, Indiana to help you keep your vehicle in tip-top shape.

In the First 10,000 Miles

Within the first 10,000 miles of owning your new Volkswagen, you’ll need to take care of several basic maintenance issues. This includes changing the oil and oil filter, checking the AdBlue fluid, rotating the tires, and ensuring your headlights, washer fluids, and wiper blades are all in good working order.

Within 20,000 Miles

Once you hit the 20,000-mile mark, you’ll need to perform the 10,000-mile mark’s services again, as well as several others. You’ll also need to inspect the battery and the brake system, change the dust and pollen filter, and change the fuel filter. This is also the best time to check the expiration date on the tire filler bottle and inspect the tires. After the first time, perform these tasks about every 40,000 miles.

Within 30,000 Miles

You guessed it. You’ll need to perform the 10,000-mile services again (do these tasks every 10,000 miles without fail). Once you put 30,000 miles on the car, it’s also time to inspect the brake discs and change the brake and clutch unit’s fluid. After the first time you do these, you should do them roughly every 20,000 miles.

Within 40,000 Miles

When you’ve driven 40,000 miles, you’ll need to perform all the previously mentioned checks. This is also when you’ll check the car’s body for physical signs of wear and tear, verify the coolant levels, and check out the VJ joints, electrical and exhaust systems, underbody sealant, and engine compartment.

When you need maintenance or Volkswagen repair, you need a professional company that knows its stuff. Reggie’s Autoworks in Noblesville, Indiana provides a wide variety of services. Schedule a consultation with us today!

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