529 N MAIN ST. EMPORIA, VA
Mon - Fri: 8:00am - 5:00pm
Since 1991, O’Berry’s Service Center has provided motorists in the Emporia, VA area with comprehensive auto repair services that include General Services, Car & Truck Care, Inspections and Emissions, Under-car Services, Brakes, Tires, Engine & Transmission, Engine Maintenance, Transmission Services, 4×4 Services, Heating and Cooling Services, Electrical Services, Electronic Services, Miscellaneous Services, Domestic Cars & Trucks, Import Cars & Trucks, Towing, Towing & Recovery, Emergency Roadside Assistance, Quick Lube Services and Batteries.
Our goal is to offer the best services available at affordable prices to get you back on the road in no time.
No matter how carefully you drive, your domestic car will need occasional general repairs. These general repairs may include engine diagnostics and repairs, alignments, brakes, front end and rear end diagnostic services and electronics service and repair. To have your domestic vehicle repaired and maintained, contact O’Berry’s Service Center today. At O’Berry’s Service Center, we have experts who can handle even the most challenging domestic vehicles.
As a fleet owner, you have to do all it takes to keep the fleet on the road. When any vehicle is out of service, both revenue and your reputation as a reliable business are at risk. To make sure your fleet of trucks/vehicles is always on the road, partner with a professional auto shop. At O’Berry’s Service Center, we can manage your fleet repairs and maintenance. We make sure servicing is up to date and up to standards. We handle all aspects of fleet repairs and maintenance.
Import vehicles can be an economical or stylish alternative to domestic cars. Obviously, they will require general repairs at some point. Additionally, maintenance and repair of these vehicles requires knowledge and tools not possessed by many auto shops. If you have issues with your import vehicle, contact or visit O’Berry’s Service Center today for professional import general repairs. We have the expertise required to get your vehicle running like new again.
An off-road vehicle (also known as an off-highway vehicle) is a vehicle capable of driving on and off paved roads. An off-road vehicle can comfortably use any type of road. These vehicles are characterized by large tires. When an off-road vehicle develops problems, it should be serviced by a shop that has experience in off-road repair. For expert off-road vehicle repairs, contact or visit O’Berry’s Service Center today.
Get a quote and book a service online 24/7. Our mechanics will come to your home or office, even on evenings and weekends.
We offer fair and transparent pricing and provide estimates upfront for hundreds of services on thousands of cars. Book with confidence.
OEM parts are parts that are specifically made by the vehicle's manufacturer and therefore make finding parts for the specific vehicle much easier.
We only work with highly rated mechanics. All services are backed by our 12-month / 12,000-mile warranty.
Our service facility is independently owned and operated providing full-service repair and maintenance services. We use the latest diagnostic equipment to guarantee your vehicle is repaired or serviced properly and in a timely fashion. We are a member of Professional Auto Service, an elite performance network, where independent service facilities share common goals of being world-class automotive service centers.
Some states require regular safety inspections and/or emissions inspections on cars and trucks. At O’Berry’s Service Center, we are well-equipped and trained to perform these inspections. Our technicians can also perform multi-point inspections on your vehicles as needed.
VA State Inspection Station
VA state inspection stations are privately owned, but government certified, inspection stations throughout VA.
O’Berry’s Service Center is a VA state inspection station. For your state inspection needs visit or call us at (434) 879-4038.
Answering these questions will help a technician diagnose the source of brake noise:
• Do the brakes squeal all the time?
• Does the noise go away when the brake pedal is pushed?
• Does the squeal seem to occur only under light to moderate braking pressure?
• Were any repairs recently performed on the braking system?
If you've had your vehicle repaired for a Check Engine Light and it comes back on soon after the repair, it may or may not be related to the repair. Remember that the Check Engine Light indicates a failure of up to 100 different causes.
Because a Check Engine Light has so many causes, it is extremely important to have it repaired. Only by having your vehicle repaired each time the Check Engine Light comes on, can you safely operate your vehicle and be assured that you are not causing additional damage and expense to your automotive repair budget.
Answering these questions will help a technician diagnose the source of engine malfunctions:
• When was your last tune up?
• Is you check engine light on?
• What brand and quality of fuel are you using?
• Does your car hesitate or ping? At what speed?
• Is it worse when warm or cold?
Answering these questions will help a technician diagnose the source of steering pull:
• Does it pull at all times, or only when braking?
• Does it pull only while accelerating?
• Were any repairs recently performed on the vehicle?
Our goal is to not only prevent costly breakdowns, but also reduce your overall cost per mile vehicle expenses. Regular oil changes are the cheapest way to protect your automotive investment.
• What happens when you turn the key? Does your engine even try to start?
• Have you tried to jump-start the car? If so, what happened?
• Does your car make any noise when you turn the key? Click or grind?
• Do you have enough gas in you tank?