Welcome to Shorey Automotive
Shorey Automotive has been providing auto repairs in Topeka since 1989. We take pride in being honest with our customers – if your vehicle doesn't need a repair then we don't try to sell it to you. In fact, owner Mike Luellen is known for giving customers the straight truth on what is going on with their car, truck, van or SUV – which is why customers return again and again.
To provide skilled & professional auto repair at a fair price
We hire skilled & experienced mechanics so your vehicle gets fixed right, the first time.
Automotive Repair, Service & Maintenance
At Shorey Automotive we can take care of all the services, repairs and maintenance your vehicle needs including:
Our goal is to keep your vehicle safe and reliable so you can depend on it, like your family depends on you. Read more about our Automotive Services
Areas We Service
Located in the Topeka area, we service the following communities:
and surrounding areas.
Car Care Tips
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Should I repair my car or buy a new one?
Family Friendly Auto Repair Shop
Our Auto Mechanics in
Shorey Automotive is proud of their great mechanics and their customers return because Shorey's technicians are highly skilled and experienced. Our mechanics stay on top of the latest technology in the automotive industry and strive to give you the best service possible for your vehicle needs. We take pride in being an up to date, clean and efficient shop. And we do everything possible to get your car, truck, van or SUV in and out quickly so you can get back on the road. Read more about our Staff and Mechanics.
TIPS FOR SPRING DRIVING
Spring Driving Safety Tips
Check your lights. Since spring rain hinders driving visibility, make sure all your lights work, including headlights, taillights, backup lights, turn signals, parking lights, and brake lights.
Replace your wiper blades. Worn-out wiper blades may not be up to the task of clearing water away from your windshield. Check your wiper blades and replace them if necessary (usually once a year).
Check your tire pressure. Harsh winter weather can deflate your tires. Make sure you have enough air in them once spring rolls around. (As a bonus, proper tire pressure can also help you increase your mpg.)
Slow down and drive carefully. The first few rainy days of spring can produce exceptionally slippery roads due to oil and other leaked fluids mixing with rainwater, so slow down and increase your stopping distance when it's raining.
Keep your eyes peeled for bad road conditions. Remember that harsh winter weather breeds potholes and other driving obstacles.
Watch out for animals. This is especially important during the early morning and evening when animals are most active.
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