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Service Department
(610) 967-2666
945 Chestnut St.
Emmaus, PA 18049
Auto Sales Department
(610) 966-1701
11 N 10th St.
Emmaus, PA 18049

Fleet Accounts

Program Overview

Safari Automotive Sales and Services is exclusively concerned with meeting the vehicle needs of your business. We’re consumed with vehicles. Keeping them running efficiently so your people are able to keep doing what they do best. What we do best is respond to our customers’ needs. We offer a customized fleet maintenance program that offers a variety of maintenance and repair services to help you keep your fleet running efficiently.

No Appointments
We promise that when your business vehicle needs repair, responding to you right away is our priority. Your vehicle gets immediate diagnostic attention the same day you call.

When your business considers its vehicle needs, we suggest you call us. Our expertise in automotive fleet program is geared towards no down time to your daily business needs.

Safari Automotive Sales and Services had emerged as one of the foremost full service companies in the Lehigh Valley area, and it all starts with listening. We listen closely. This enables us to:

  • Tailor custom programs to meet individual company needs.
  • Provide the kind of service and support that keeps personnel on the road.
  • Provide a variety of services covering virtually every aspect of fleet management.
  • Develop long term relationships with customers based on mutual trust and respect.

Safari Automotive Sales and Service performance has a solid basis to service our fleet customers around the Lehigh Valley area. We are constantly looking for ways to serve our customers better, to refine and tailor our programs to meet changing needs.

Our Fleet Program Consists of the Following Service:

Oil Change

As your engine runs it creates tremendous heat through friction. Without oil, the heat would actually melt parts of your engine. With oil, the moving parts of your engine are lubricated and heat is reduced.

Over time the oil in your engine breaks down and small bits of debris and dirt can get into the oil making it less slippery and less protective.

Changing your vehicle's oil according to the manufacturer's recommendation is perhaps the most important maintenance you can perform to keep your engine working its best. At Safari Automotive Sales and Service Complete Fleet Care, we have several oil change services to protect your engine:

Standard Oil Change
Our value-priced basic service:

  • Check fluid levels
  • Install new filter
  • Install up to five quarts motor oil
  • Lubricate chassis (if necessary)

Premium Oil Change
Designed for higher performance engines that specify a full synthetic motor oil:

  • Check fluid levels
  • Install new filter
  • Install up to five quarts of Full Synthetic motor oil
  • Lubricate chassis (if necessary)

Ask an auto care advisor to learn how often your manufacturer recommends oil and filter changes for your vehicle and for complete details on our warranty

Maintenance Tune-Up

Your car's engine is made up of hundreds of complex components working together to ensure that your vehicle starts and runs properly. Over time, however, these components can wear out, resulting in a loss of performance and fuel economy. Here you'll learn what a tune-up is and tips to help you know when it's time for a tune-up. The technicians at Safari Automotive Sales and Service Complete Fleet Care are trained to work on today's high tech engines. We're here to help maintain your vehicle and extend its life.

What is a Tune-Up?
The nature of an engine tune-up has changed considerably over the years, but the basics of how a gasoline engine works has not. Clean gas and air needs to be driven to the vehicle's cylinders where combustion initiated by a spark plug creates the power necessary to move a heavy vehicle. Clogged fuel injectors, dirty air and fuel filters, and corroded spark plugs can all decrease engine performance and contribute to decreased gas mileage and performance. That's why we examine your vehicle's air filter when you stop in and why we recommend that you follow manufacturer's recommendations for replacing such key components as fuel filters, PCV (Positive Crankcase Ventilation) valves, and spark plugs when they no longer work at maximum efficiency.

Time for a tune-up?
It may be time for a tune-up if you notice one or more of the conditions below when starting or driving your vehicle:

A decrease in gas mileage
A noticeable loss in power
Your engine running rough or stalling when at a stop
Engine knocking when accelerating or running-on after the ignition is turned off
Your "Check Engine" or "Service Engine" light remaining on after initial start-up

Oil Change | Maintenance Tune-Up | Transmission | A/C | Radiator | Complete Fleet Services

Complete Fleet Services

Learn more about these maintenance services:

1. Air Conditioning Please see if u can make links to service on service page.
2. Brakes Service
3. Engine Maintenance
4. Heating & Cooling
5. Starting & Charging
6. Steering & Suspension

Here at Safari Automotive Sales and Service , we offer a wide variety of services to accommodate all aspects of your company's fleet management. We know that when your company's vehicle is down for whatever reason; you lose money! Our promise to you is that we will strive to get your vehicles repaired or serviced and back on the street. Our location in the Lehigh Valley area has dedicated bays for fleet accounts so that we can give you priority, minimizing your down time, and get you back to making money as quickly as possible.

Safari Automotive Sales and Service Complete Fleet Care Suggestions

A standard tune-up or spark plug replacement done at the suggested maintenance interval will make an engine easier to start, improve fuel economy, lower emissions and restore lost power.

Another (often overlooked) service designed to help your vehicle's engine run properly is the cleaning of fuel injectors and the fuel intake system. When dirt and deposits collect on fuel injectors, the amount of fuel delivered to the engine is restricted, leading to deterioration in performance and responsiveness. At Firestone Complete Fleet Care, our trained technicians can perform a Fuel System Cleaning that will remove these deposits and help your vehicle maximize its performance and gas mileage capabilities.

Regular maintenance of your vehicle's fuel ignition system is the key to reliability, fuel efficiency, and effective engine performance. From fixing a fuel system problem when it occurs to helping you prevent one from happening.

  • Brake Service
  • Disc Brake Service

Our technicians will conduct a complete inspection of your vehicle's braking system to ensure that only necessary repairs are recommended.

Your car's brake pads are telling you the condition of your brake system. Lifetime Brake Service offers factory remanufactured replacement calipers that can enhance rotor and brake pad life (up to 50%), and improve your car's overall braking performance. Our technicians fully inspect you vehicle's braking system to determine which repair is right for your vehicle.

At regular intervals, your vehicle manufacturer also recommends a more complete inspection of the major systems. For this more in-depth check of your vehicle, we offer a Complete Vehicle Inspection. In addition to the visual courtesy check, we perform a hands-on inspection of the brake, steering/suspension and exhaust systems to make sure they meet the vehicle manufacturer's specifications.

Disc/Drum Brake Service:
Brake Service options to meet your specific needs:

  • Complete brake system inspection
  • Install new brake pads and/or shoes
  • Resurface drums and/or rotors
  • Add brake fluid (if necessary)
  • Steering & Suspension
  • Conventional System

We offer Steering and Suspension services for most cars, light trucks, vans, and SUVs. The two major types of steering systems are Conventional and Rack & Pinion.

Most premature tire wear can be prevented by regular alignment service and proper tire inflation. Worn or damaged steering and suspension parts can also play a role in premature wear. When replacing worn tires, check the wear patterns for these signals:

  • Feathered Areas
  • Worn tread areas with a feathered appearance could be the result of an incorrect toe seating. In this case, a complete inspection for worn or damaged front end components should be performed.
  • Cupped Wear
  • Tread that has a cupped or scalloped appearance may be the result of worn shocks or struts. Loose wheel bearings, unbalanced wheels, or worn bushings could also cause problems.
  • On Side Worn
  • Incorrect camber settings often cause one side of a tire to wear more than the other. Ball joints, coil springs, and bushings should be inspected carefully. On vehicles equipped with MacPherson struts, the strut housing or shaft should also be checked.
  • Rack & Pinion System
  • Our technicians employ advanced alignment equipment in diagnosing and correcting most steering and suspension problems.
  • Are Your Shocks and Struts Working Properly?
  • The condition of your shocks and struts has a major affect on the life of your tires.
  • Shocks and struts that must be replaced include those that are leaking, have damaged or broken mounts, or have visible damage. After an inspection of the steering and suspension system, we will make the appropriate recommendations based on MAP Uniform Inspection & Communication Standards.
  • Thrust Angle Alignment
  • Road test vehicle
  • Inspect steering and suspension system including tire condition and air pressure
  • Put vehicle on alignment rack, mount and compensate sensors and print out the initial alignment readings
  • Align front two wheels to manufacturer's specifications using rear thrust line as reference to assure center steering
  • Print out final alignment readings to verify alignment is within specifications
  • Four Wheel Adjustable Alignment
  • Road test vehicle
  • Inspect steering and suspension system including tire condition and air pressure
  • Put vehicle on alignment rack, mount and compensate sensors and print out the initial alignment readings
  • Align all four wheels to manufacturer's specifications
  • Print out final alignment readings to verify alignment is within specificationsTest drive vehicle

Transmission Service

Repairing or replacing your transmission can be one of the most expensive repairs you may have to make on your vehicle. Maintaining your transmission according to your vehicle manufacturer's recommendations, not only prolongs its life but also can prevent a costly repair or breakdown in the future.

Of all the systems in your vehicle, the transmission is one of the most complicated. It uses a complex system of hydraulics and gears to transfer power from your engine to your wheels. As you can imagine, with all the work and shifting that happens when you drive, a lot of heat is created inside the transmission.

To help maintain a safe and constant operating temperature, your vehicle uses transmission fluid to cool and lubricate the moving parts. The fluid reduces the amount of potentially damaging heat inside the transmission and helps increase the life of this important system.

Because some of the ingredients in the transmission fluid break down over time due to this heat, many vehicle manufacturers recommend the fluid be replaced at specified maintenance intervals.

At Safari Automotive Sales and Service Fleet Care, we follow your vehicle manufacturer's recommended service interval to perform a transmission fluid service.

Ask an auto care advisor when your vehicle's manufacturer recommends this maintenance

A/C Service

During the summer months, the temperature inside a vehicle sitting in the sun can easily reach 130°F or more. Keeping you and your passengers comfortable during the hottest weather is the job of your automobile's air conditioning system.

The air conditioning system works by removing heat from the air inside your vehicle and transferring that heat to the outside air. What is left when the heat and humidity have been removed is cooler, more comfortable air.

To remove the heat, the system relies on several key components including a compressor, condenser, evaporator, pressurized refrigerant, valves and hoses; all controlled electronically.

For this system to work correctly and be ready for the hot weather, it needs to be free from leaks so that the refrigerant stays in the system. Although A/C systems are resistant to leaks and contamination, they are not leak-proof. Over time, contamination or leaks can appear and affect the cooling performance of your A/C system.

In fact, the most common cause of inadequate cooling is when the refrigerant leaks through worn seals and o-rings, loose fittings and connections. To make sure all parts and components of your A/C system work properly, we recommend having your A/C system checked at the beginning of the warm season. Your auto care advisor can recommend an A/C Performance Check to test for any worn hoses or seals and leaks or contamination as well as to make sure your vehicle is ready for the warm weather.

It is important to note that some refrigerants used in automotive A/C systems are considered harmful to the environment. At Safari Automotive Sales and Service Complete Fleet Care, we take great care to protect the environment while we are servicing the system.

Radiator Service

Cooling system failure is the number one cause of vehicle breakdowns. Because there often are no visible warning signs of deterioration, radiator and cooling system maintenance service is frequently overlooked by vehicle owners.

Your engine constantly burns fuel and therefore gets very hot. In fact, the temperatures inside the combustion chamber may reach 4,500°. It is the job of the cooling system to carry this potentially harmful heat away from the engine to the outside air. To do this, a coolant mixture of water and anti-freeze is circulated through the engine block. The coolant absorbs heat from the engine and is pumped by the water pump through hoses to the radiator. Once the radiator transfers the heat from the engine to the outside air, the coolant circulates back to the engine and the cycle begins again.

To keep this important system working properly, vehicle manufacturers recommend that this system be serviced at specified time or mileage intervals. Over time, the rust inhibitors and additives in the coolant may lose their anti-corrosive properties leaving particles and debris to build up within the system. These contaminants can block passages within the radiator and reduce its ability to keep the engine running at the optimal temperature. To remove this build-up, many service providers perform a radiator "drain-and-fill."

At Safari Automotive Sales and Service Complete Fleet Care, we perform a Radiator Flush which removes virtually all of the old coolant and contaminants in your radiator and replaces it with new coolant. This will keep your cooling system working properly and will protect your vehicle for miles to come.

Our radiator service includes:

  • Inspection of your radiator system and pressure test for any leaks
  • Adding flush chemicals to the radiator
  • Power flushing the system
  • Refilling radiator system with new anti-freeze
  • Adding sealant / lubricant to the system
  • A three-month or 3,000-mile limited warranty
  • Ask an auto care advisor what interval your vehicle's manufacturer recommends and for complete details on our warranty.


Safari Automotive Sales and Service, accepts the following forms of payment: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, ARI , Check and Cash. Commercial customers looking to open in-house accounts, please fill out our Credit Application by contacting Ali Rizvi CFO, at 610-967-2666.

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Emmaus, PA 18049
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