3110 28TH STREET • BOULDER • 303-442-4141
(Located behind The Puddle Car Wash)
SERVICESWe believe that you deserve to know the full condition of your vehicle – that’s why we perform a complimentary 40 point vehicle inspection.
See our amazing discounts on auto repair services including $10 Off service over $50 special.
HAPPY CUSTOMERSGene’s is a warm, friendly, family-owned shop that gave me top-notch professional service at less cost and with more personal care than the dealership.
Family Owned and Operated
From the Blog
Tires are a vital part of the vehicle. They need to be checked and cared for regularly to ensure that your car is safe for operation. Unfortunately, most car owners tend to overlook those four patches of rubber.read more
Buying a car involves making some important decisions. You have to choose between SUV, truck, or car as well as the model, make, color, and other features. But the most important thing you need to consider is whether to buy a new or used car. Is it a good idea to buy...read more
Your car is one of the most expensive possessions you have. In order to make the most of your investment, you want give it the care and attention it deserves. Proper care and maintenance will not only extend the life of your vehicle, it will also ensure that your car...read more
Christmas is a time for families. Many of you will probably be taking to the nation’s roads this week to spend time with your family. With the days getting shorter, time spent behind the wheel during the darker hours will increase. It is important to remember that the...read more
Every vehicle requires essential fluids to operate and survive. One ways to get your car ready for winter is to check your car fluid levels. You may want to consider dropping by automotive repair shop to have the fluids checked. A mechanic from Gene’s Auto Repair Shop...read more
A vehicle’s fuel economy is usually worse in the winter than it is in summer. In fact, the gas mileage of a traditional car is about 12% lower at 20 degrees than it would be at 77 degrees. This is because winter creates more difficult driving conditions; hence, pushing your engine to work harder.read more