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Best Auto Maintenance: Fix It Forward Auto Care

Location: Fargo, Moorhead and West Fargo

Fix it Forward Best of Red River Valley
Fix it Forward Auto Care has been named Best Auto Maintenance in the 2022 Best of the Red River Valley competition.
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What do you love most about this community?

“We love how much our community cares about each other and values lending a helping hand to those in need,” Owner Matthew Carlson said.

What’s the biggest trend in your industry right now?

“There is a lot of talk about electric vehicles, but I think the biggest trend is the technology and complexity being added to all parts in a vehicle,” Carlson said. “Even something as simple as a battery has a system in the car that monitors its performance and adjusts charging and power consumption based on that. This added complexity can be nice but can make repairs much more challenging.”

What’s new for your business?

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“We recently opened our third location in West Fargo on 13th Avenue in front of Menards,” Carlson said.

  • Second place: Matt's Automotive Service Center
  • Third place: Muscatell Subaru
  • Fourth place: Bruns Automotive
  • Fifth place: OK Tire Store

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