NY Auto Repair Shop Is on-the-Go.
Fox Business Article By Bridgette Bjorlo, August 16, 2013
An auto repair business in New York run by two twenty-something-year-old brothers is itself a shop on wheels—one that makes house calls. The average American today holds onto a vehicle for 11.4 years, an all-time high for car owners, according to a Polk study.
Levittown brothers are mechanics on the move.
Newsday Article By JAMES BERNSTEIN, November 23, 2011
Photo credit: Jeremy Bales | Robert LeCrichia, left, and his brother, Frank, run Mobile Auto Mechanics, bringing tools, equipment and service to your home. (Nov. 22, 2011) Frank LeCrichia and his brother, Robert, have been self-employed all of their lives. They owned a landscaping business and a sound production company, and now they are on to their latest venture: repairing and servicing cars outside each customer’s front door.