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Henry Car Care Center Closes

  Henry's Car Care Center Closes I was kind of shocked to hear that another long time, family automotive repair center had closed its doors. Henry DiDonato had operated his repair shop for decades. Henry also operated the Exxon station on the corner of Kirkwood and St. James as well. If memory serves me, his brother Joe operated the old ARCO (then Shell Station) right in Greenville. Joe’s location now boasts a Bank Of America branch. I’ve always considered Henry’s one of the best service center’s in the area because I knew his team always looked out for their customers. They will be missed, I’m sure. With the changes in automotive technology today, I am seeing more and more longtime stalwarts in the automotive service fields, close or simply retire. Automotive repair and operating an automotive center is not easy. It takes a tremendous amount of tools, equipment and skilled technicians to make sure vehicles can operate safely, eff ... read more

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Fighting COVID Burnout? Get In The Car And Drive!

I'll be the first to admit that the COVID reality has been very tough on me as we've gone from fighting the spread, reducing the curve to restrictions, masks in all public places, favorite places closing and restrictions that are curtailing our normal feeling of freedom. No matter what side of the story you fall on, there's no doubt that all of us are affected by the changes, the gap in services or products and most certainly, the isolation.  Of all the freedoms that we are accustomed to as Americans, these times have put a dent in them. But, there's one thing most of us can do. Get outside. Go for a walk. Get some sunshine. For me, I had to take a DRIVE. Literally get in the car and take a ten hour trip to the beautiful state of Maine. With my wife Patty and my co-pilot, we got to explore the wonders of "The Pine Tree State". Funny to me, but the fall foliage seems to take second seat to the wonderful coastlines as it's jets out further east than mo ... read more

Buckley's Supports Restaurant Workers With Caps, Corks & Cars

Caps, Corks & CarsTM is a strategic fundraising arm of Buckley’s AutoCare, a 53 year old family owned and operated automotive repair center located in Newport, Delaware. Our tradition of supporting our local communities runs deep with decades of helping those in need, when they need it most. Our family has been involved from local to national fundraising efforts and we continue to seek ways where we can be a conduit for goodwill. With Caps, Corks & CarsTM, our goal is to support the mission of the Delaware Restaurant Association’s EAT initiative, where funds raised go directly to the hospitality workers throughout the state. Understanding that during the current Covid-19 crisis, many of these workers have gone without pay due to the mandatory stay-at-home orders by our Governor. We realize that people staying home means no one is eating, drinking or socializing at local establishments such as taverns, bars, restaur ... read more

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FREE Brake Pads, Car Max Warranty Info And Rebate Checks Arriving Soon!

First of all, how are you? It’s been such a different start to a Spring hasn’t it? My team and I hope that you and your family are staying safe, staying healthy and keeping yourself occupied during our “stay at home” orders. I know all of us are anticipating the time when we can enjoy the outdoors, shopping centers, and restaurants once again. Hopefully, it won’t be too much longer. In the meantime, if there is anything my team and I can do to help you with errands, etc. please let us know. We’re here to help, serve and assist in any capacity we can. Together we are stronger.  Shop Updates: I’ve been doing my best to keep everyone updated as much as possible through all types of Social Media outlets. I invite everyone to join our online communities where I update and offer information such as community news, car tips and such. I’ll even have live e ... read more

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CarMax Of Newark Temporarily Closes Sales And Service During State "Stay At Home" Orders

CarMax Of Newark Temporarily Closes Sales & ServiceApril 2020. Newark, Delaware. CarMax located at Stafford Way and Route 273 in Newark, Delaware, has temporarily closed operations due to the "Stay At Home" orders issued by Governor Carney. Without a doubt this has left many CarMax clients without a trusted resource to take care of their vehicle service needs. CarMax is the nations largest retailer of used cars and any gap in their operations certainly can cause concerns for all of their customers.  At Buckley's, we are very familiar with CarMax as three of our very own have purchased vehicles from CarMax along with a robust&n ... read more

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