Jason Lang opens automotive service
Jason Lang recently opened Lang’s Automotive LLC, a full-service automotive maintenance and repair service, located at 417 West Rock Street (Highway 14), and is keeping busy in what he does best — auto mechanics and service.
Lang’s Automotive offers a wide variety of the most commonly requested services which include, oil change and lubrication, brake services, tires, electrical, engine light service, motor replacement or repair, transmission repair, and much more.
He is up to date working with the latest automotive technology, and has experience working with vehicles of all makes and models, including diesels. He uses the most current diagnostic equipment available, meaning that he can quickly uncover the problem and begin working on the solution.
Lang’s Automotive is an ACDelco Professional Service Center and uses ACDelco parts. ACDelco is an American automotive parts brand owned by General Motors. Factory parts for vehicles manufactured by GM are consolidated under the ACDelco brand, which also offers aftermarket (replacement) parts for non-GM vehicles. “We even use their oil filters,” Lang said, “almost every single part we use here is supplied by them.” He also appreciates the connection the company offers auto shop owners with parts information, programs and training. “I want to keep updated in training and knowledge,” he said. His number one goal is to provide high-quality auto repair services coupled with top-notch customer service.
It was during his senior year in Springfield High School, that Jason decided on a career in automotive services. He was enrolled in the automotive course at the local Cottonwood River Cooperative Center in a class taught by Rick Petereins. That career and technical education provided the pathway for his choice of work. He always liked to spend time with his grandparents, Leo and Margaret Lang, and he enjoyed tinkering in his grandfather’s garage where he liked to fix things on his car, change the oil, etc.
See complete story in this week's issue of the Springfield Advance-Press.