Professional Auto Repair Services in Bethlehem, PA

The Repair Shop @ Lehigh Fleet Services offers auto repair and maintenance services for customers in the Bethlehem, PA area. We’re a family owned shop that takes pride in delivering auto repair services that keep your car safe on the road.

As a NAPA AutoCare Center, we use quality auto parts in your car at competitive prices. Our auto mechanics can perform a wide range of car repairs and services including oil changes, brake service, shocks and struts, tires and more. Most repairs are backed by a 24 month/24,000 mile nationwide warranty giving you peace of mind on the road.

We are committed to providing quality car repairs and great service to our customers. We would love the opportunity to earn your business. Please stop by our shop or call us at 484-241-3211.


Our ASE certified auto mechanics are ready to handle all of your auto repair needs. If you can drive it, we can service it.

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Qualifying repairs are covered by a 24 months/24,000 miles warranty on parts and labor.

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6 or 12 Month deferred interest on purchases of $199 or more made with your NAPA EasyPay/Synchrony Car Care credit card.

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Get an Auto Repair Estimate

Our repair estimator tool powered by RepairPal can give you a quick auto repair estimate. In addition to providing quotes, you can make appointment requests to schedule your auto service.


Our online estimator is a great tool for a quick car repair quote, but some estimates will require a visit to our shop in order to get the most accurate estimate. If you're in the Bethlehem area, stop by to get an estimate for your auto repair.


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Car Care Tips

Prepare your car for winter

Driving in snow

Are you Winter ready? Vehicle maintenance is key to preventing untimely breakdowns.

Winterization Check List. Unsure? Let one of our skilled mechanics inspect your vehicle today, giving you peace of mind.

  • Wiper Blades – Inspect functionality to make sure that nothing will obstruct your vision. (Streaking, smearing, blade tears or damaged arms)
  • Washer Fluid – Using the right fluid during the winter will assist in melting away snow and ice. We will check to make sure that all nozzles are spraying correctly.
  • Lights and Signals – All around inspection to make sure you have the best visibility. (blubs & lenses – making sure your bulbs are functioning and lenses are free of residue and fog.)
  • Defroster(s) – Manual inspection to ensure that all defrosters are operating to OEM specifications.
  • Vehicle Battery and Terminals – Old batteries are especially susceptible in the cold weather resulting in no start conditions. We will make sure that your battery and terminals are operating at full capacity.
  • Coolant/Antifreeze – Circulates through the engine. Having the right kind of coolant, making sure that it is clean and at the right level will protect against corrosion. Inspection of the cooling system. (Radiator, caps, water pump and thermostat) will help avoid overheating and expensive repairs.
  • Cabin Air Filter: Cleans out pollutants such as dust, pollen and spores. We recommend changing the cabin air filter when the engine air filter is replaced.
  • Tires – Protect your safety by making sure that your tires have the correct tread, air pressure and are balanced and properly aligned.
  • Dashboard Lights – Indicator that your vehicle needs attention for optimum performance. It is important to repair codes to keep the vehicle running optimally.


  • Slow down and allow plenty of space between you and the vehicle in front of you. With deteriorating road conditions, you will need more time to react to everyday situations.
  • Winter Tires or “Chains” will give you better traction on snow and Ice. Knowing the conditions in the area you commonly drive in will help determine which option is ideal for your safety.
  • Having the correct tools to clear snow and ice from your vehicle before driving will ensure good visibility and avoid hazardous conditions from falling debris.
  • Avoid sudden braking or acceleration as this can cause hydroplaning, skidding or completely losing control of the vehicle.
  • When driving up-hill use low gears to maintain traction.
  • Avoid using “cruse control” in winter conditions. This can cause your wheels to spin on slippery roads, making it difficult to regain full control of the vehicle.

Your car is an investment, maintenance and periodical inspections for functionality will prolong the life of your vehicle.

                        Have a Safe Winter!!

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