Since then, he has worked continuously to provide customers with the best experience possible. His career has spanned over a decade and has included both dealership and private repair shop experience. Russ’s Wrench was started in order to bring the quality and convenience of a dealership straight to the customer in a more personable atmosphere.
Additionally, Russ has been providing excellent service to the area’s emergency vehicles for the last four years in previous shops- specializing in general maintenance, installation of emergency equipment and lighting, lettering and decaling, large diesel engines, and programing and installation of electronic equipment. Russ’s Wrench will provide the necessary services to have these emergency vehicles operating at their maximum capacity with minimum downtime.
Russ’s Wrench can handle all electrical installations, diagnostics, and repairs because we are one of the few shops in the area that has the necessary equipment and expertise for all foreign and domestic vehicles.
Victoria Davidson went to Rutgers and graduated in 2014. She and Russ opened Russ’s Wrench in April of the same year. In her spare time, she loves to hike, kayak, and work on her Jeep Wrangler.
Joe Libero decided to become an automotive technician when he was 17. His interest in the field dates back to the first time he saw motorcycle mania when he was 8 years old. He is an ASE certified mechanic and works on his lifted Cherokee in his spare time.
Calaun Ross is an apprentice here at Russ’s Wrench, studying automotive technology. In his spare time, he likes to work on his Jeep Cherokee.
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