Automotive Car and Truck Service

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BG&S Transmissions is your home for auto repair in Grand Island, NE. Drivers from Kearney, NE, Columbus, NE, and nearby areas bring their cars, trucks, and SUVs to our shop because they trust our mechanics to offer professional auto service, towing, and fleet services at an affordable price. Our expert mechanics specialize in transmission repair, replacement, and upgrade (we're a Level One Certified Road Ripperâ„¢ Transmissions Dealer), but are also trained to perform various additional automotive repair services, including 4WD system repairs, brake repairs, and differential repairs. Our automotive technicians understand the importance of reliable transportation. Your safety and your vehicle's health are our top priorities at BG&S Transmissions. To keep you safe and your vehicle reliable, we offer one-day service and work hard to complete any repair within the timeline you request. Whether you need it the next day or within a week, we'll work with you to get it done. Are you looking for an auto repair shop you can trust? Visit BG&S Transmissions, where we treat your vehicle as if it were our own.

You can count on our skilled mechanics for axle, cv joint, and driveshaft repairs, brake service, differential repairs, 4WD and transfer case repairs, automatic and manual transmission repairs, clutch replacement, transmission replacement, and more.

We also provide free towing with repairs within 100 miles of our shop.

For more information about our auto repair shop in Grand Island, NE, or to request towing service, call (308) 382-2727, contact us online, or visit during business hours. Need auto repair ASAP? Schedule your service today. We proudly serve drivers in Grand Island, NE, Kearney, NE, Columbus, NE, and nearby communities with the best automotive, transmission, towing, and customer service.

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