Summer is here. The children are getting out of school, and many families will be hitting the road for some old-fashioned family fun. Since nothing puts a damper on summer travel quicker than unexpected car trouble, Michael Noster, sales manager at Liberty-Dayton Chrysler Dodge Jeep and Ram reminds readers now is the time to get their cars ready for the road. “This is a full-service dealership,” said Noster. “We recommend doing a tune-up and having your car inspected to minimize problems on the road.” Noster said his dealership prides itself on its customer service and offers a 21-point inspection that includes checking belts, hoses, fluids, filters and a host of other areas of concern, whether drivers are off to explore caves and caverns, or just getting to and from summer baseball practice safely. He said his dealership can also accommodate drivers looking for a little more space or comfort, as they hit the road with the little ones in tow. “Early summer is a great time to buy a new or pre-owned car or truck,” said Noster. He said his dealership is ready with Memorial Day incentives and APR financing. He said he has seen a lot of changes in recent years that benefit the buying public. Changes include the types of products on the market and how banks loan money. He said manufacturers are raising the bar as far as safety features and fuel efficiency. “Products on the market now are higher quality, and customer satisfaction has never been more important,” he said. Noster said one of the things that makes his dealership stand out is that they are locally owned and operated. He said the owners, Bill Brakin and David Leonard, remain active in the day-to-day operations of the business. He said the two are very active in the community, which helps them to know their customers by name. “Every year, we buy animals to support the TVE Fair and Rodeo,” he said. The Trinity Valley Exposition, raises funds for student scholarships. Other community service involvement by the dealership takes place through the local Lions and Rotary Clubs. They are also active chamber of commerce members. Noster invites the driving public to stop by the dealership to check out its certified service technicians, a parts department and body shop. For information on Memorial Day incentives, call 936-366-8841 or visit www.libertydaytonchrysler.com. Photo: Sales Manager Mike Noster, second from left, and his team at Liberty-Dayton Chrysler are ready to assist those looking for a new ride or just needing quality service for their existing vehicles. The dealership has been serving loyal customers for 27 years. Photo by Patsy Oliver

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