Posted on 2/2/2017
RPM AUTOWORX is always looking for ways to help you save money on repairs. We extend a 10% labor discount on repairs and some services for the following members of these organizations: Military Gulfstream ILA/Ga. Ports Authority Savannah Morning News SCAD Armstrong State University Savannah Technical College Hospice The American Red Cross Byrd Heating and Air Savannah-Chatham Public School System Savannah Christian ADS Security Thomas & Hutton Engineering Great Dane Trailers RPM AUTOWORX can extend this labor discount to any organization when 5 or more members are customers! As always, We are greatful for your patronage! Love and Peace, Rick Broussard, Owner
Posted on 2/2/2017
CARS & COFFEE is a facebook page and group that was started by Daniel Zeigler and a group of his car nutter friends. W/over 1,600 members and climbing, they have a good volume showing up every 1st Saturday of the month, 7:30am to 10am, at the Habersham Village parking area near The 5 Spot.! If you are a gearhead and love looking at great cars and meeting great peeps, come on by every first saturday for some fun and comradere!
Posted on 1/19/2017
At RPM AUTOWORX, we are often asked "Is it worth repairing my vehicle"? My answer 99% of the time is YES! ALL vehicles costs money. It doesn't matter if it is new or used. Every daily driver depreciates, must be insured, paid for, repaired/serviced, and registered. A used vehicle will ALWAYS be cheaper to operate and here's why: 1. Depreciation has already been paid. A daily driver vehicle is not an investment. A new vehicle depreciates at least 22% the day you drive it off of the lot. The maintenance and repair is the investment, prolonging the life of the vehicle, saving you money. 2. Insurance is cheaper. Most new vehicles cost as much as 50% of a modest home and cost almost as much to insure. 3. Cheaper annual registration/taxes. In most states, the age/value of the vehicle determines the yearly tax. The older the vehicle, the cheaper the tax. 4. Cheaper maintenance and repair costs. The price of parts are more e ... read more