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The Federated Car Care Center Program is a nationwide network of independently-owned repair facilities. Federated Car Care Centers can take care of all of your preventative maintenance and repair needs, both import and domestic, older or the latest models. You can trust your car to the Federated Car Care Professional who is conveniently located and provides exemplary service at competitive price

Federated Car Care Centers employ highly qualified, ASE certified technicians for all repair services and install brand name, quality parts that meet or exceed OE specifications. Federated Car Care Centers are also well trained in the latest repair and diagnostic procedures and maintain state-of-the-art equipment to diagnose and repair the latest models.

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