Coronavirus Updates


Homeland Security defines vehicle service and repair as ‘essential’

We feel it is our responsibility to keep the community safe during these uncertain times and are making every effort possible to avoid the spread of the Coronavirus. Bump & Grind WILL NOT close at any time during this “Stay at Home Order”. Our Clients and Employees are our highest priority. Please know that you and the safety of your family and ours are always important to us.

We hope that you continue to stay safe and healthy under the current circumstances. We are continuing to practice extremely diligent sanitization efforts of our customer areas, shop, and all vehicles serviced. Not only is does our facility look and smell clean… IT IS CLEAN!!
Contact us at Bump & Grind to schedule an appointment. We are all here for you!

Sincerely & Stay Healthy,
The Flondor Family

Important Updates:

March 17, 2020 08:38 PM

The list identifies 13 sectors critical to the smooth running of the U.S. government and economy, including health care, law enforcement, food and agriculture, critical manufacturing, hazardous materials, public works, energy, communications and information technology, and financial services.

Under “Transportation and Logistics,” the first listed group is “employees supporting or enabling transportation functions, including dispatchers, maintenance and repair technicians, warehouse workers, truck stop and rest area workers and workers that maintain and inspect infrastructure (including those that require cross-border travel).”

Further down on that list, “automotive repair and maintenance facilities” also are named specifically.

Several associations representing the auto repair and maintenance industry, including the Auto Care Association (ACA), the Tire Industry Association (TIA), the Automotive Service Association (ASA) and the Motor & Equipment Manufacturers Association (MEMA), have advocated since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic for the designation of their industry as an essential service.