Best Auto Repair Shops in Las Vegas, NV

Whether you need a simple oil change or a more complicated job like transmission repairs, AutoZone wants to make sure you are in good hands when it comes to taking your car into an auto shop. That's why we created our Find a Repair Shop tool to help you find the best auto repair shops in Las Vegas. Now you can find a reliable repair shop near you to get the job done right.

Simply browse our list of top Las Vegas auto repair shops and find one that meets your needs based on services, vehicle type and location. You can even call them directly to set up your service appointment.

Did your check engine light come on? Visit an AutoZone near you in Las Vegas and use our free Fix Finder to get a detailed report of issues and recommended fixes. An AutoZoner can help you find the right part or recommend a local technician.

Advice, how-to guides, and car care information featured on and AutoZone Advice & How-To’s are presented as helpful resources for general maintenance and automotive repairs from a general perspective only and should be used at your own risk. Information is accurate and true to the best of AutoZone’s knowledge, however, there may be omissions, errors or mistakes.

Be sure to consult your owner’s manual, a repair guide, an AutoZoner at a store near you, or a licensed, professional mechanic for vehicle-specific repair information. Refer to the service manual for specific diagnostic, repair and tool information for your particular vehicle. Always chock your wheels prior to lifting a vehicle. Always disconnect the negative battery cable before servicing an electrical application on the vehicle to protect its electrical circuits in the event that a wire is accidentally pierced or grounded. Use caution when working with automotive batteries. Sulfuric acid is caustic and can burn clothing and skin or cause blindness. Always wear gloves and safety glasses and other personal protection equipment, and work in a well-ventilated area. Should electrolyte get on your body or clothing, neutralize it immediately with a solution of baking soda and water. Do not wear ties or loose clothing when working on your vehicle.

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