Monday – Friday: 8:00am – 5:00pm


565 Prineville St.
Port Charlotte, FL 33954


Repairs on Domestic and Foreign Vehicles

What Does Your Car Need?

Race Ready Auto Repair is the Port Charlotte, FL. area's source for comprehensive car maintenance and service. From quick tire checks and tune-ups to complex engine and transmission repair, we aim to be your one-stop-shop for auto maintenance and more. We invite you to learn about the professional services we offer.

Keep your brakes in check with regular brake inspections from our team. Visit us for expert service for all brake systems.

For a smooth and efficient driving experience, you’ll want to ensure your transmission is in peak form. Turn to our team for everything from transmission tune-ups to replacement.

Don’t let a check engine light (CEL) put a damper on your day. Instead, take your vehicle to our service center for professional diagnostic testing and a solution to that CEL.

Oil and filter changes are critical to your car’s continued performance, so don’t put off this quick and affordable service. Stop into our facility for a prompt oil change with fresh motor oil and a new replacement oil filter.

You can help avoid pricey repairs by taking care of any minor issues before they become bigger ones. With preventive maintenance like tire rotations, you can help extend the life of vital vehicle components.

Faulty, worn or damaged suspension can affect your car’s handling, safety and tires. Don’t let suspension issues hold your vehicle back. Schedule a suspension inspection today.

Basic Alignment: $79.99

Buy 4 tires get and an alignment for 1/2 price

Conventional oil change: $26.99 plus tax up to 5 qts

Synthetic blend: $33.99 &Full synthetic: $49.99 plus tax up to 5 Qts.

Frequently Asked Questions

Any Questions?

It’s important to remember to act on any sign of trouble you’re facing with your vehicle. If you’re not sure what’s going on, our auto repair shop has a team of expert technicians that can accurately and quickly attend to your auto repair needs. We’ll provide you with inspection and diagnostics services for your vehicle, and will explain what you need to know to make the best decision on any maintenance or repair.

If you drive a car that has computer diagnostic capabilities, the technicians at our auto repair shop are specifically trained on all the latest technology. Moreover, we are equipped with the latest tools for performing onboard diagnostics. However, after the computer diagnostics, a manual inspection has to be performed to confirm the cited problems, as there are factors that may cause confusion.

If you drive an older vehicle and you are in need of manual inspection, our technicians are here to help with that as well. We’ll inspect the situation under your hood and after we’re done, we’ll tell you what type of repairs are needed for your vehicle.

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When you are on the road, the steering and suspension system of your vehicle is what helps you stay in control. The entire weight of your vehicle is carried by your shocks and steering system. Additionally, the steering system assists in providing a safer and smoother ride and keeps your tires on the road while driving.

You should inspect your steering and suspension system at least once a year or more, depending on your driving conditions. When you notice the first warning signs of a faulty steering and suspension system, you should pay a visit to our auto repair shop. Our expert technicians will diagnose the problem and fix it in no time. If you don’t attend to these problems early, this may result in serious safety threats in the future.

Common warning signs that indicate you need to have your steering and suspension system inspected by our technicians include:

We offer top-notch brake repair and service on all vehicle makes and models. Our team of experienced technicians uses only state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment to ensure that your vehicle’s brake system will be serviced and cared for accordingly. We invite you to visit our auto repair shop for a free brake fluid and brake system inspection so that you can be undisturbed about your vehicle’s condition if you decide to go on a long trip across the country. Our skilled technicians will inspect all major components of your vehicle’s brake system, including calipers, pads and shoes, hardware, and rotors, and they will tell you what type of services have to be performed. Additionally, we always provide our customer’s with a written estimate of all the repairs and services that need to be performed. After you read it and approve it, only then will we start doing any type of work on your vehicle.

When the check engine light of your vehicle is on, this is a certain sign that something is not right with one or more of your vehicle’s systems. These systems are key components of your vehicle, so in order for it to run properly, they have to be in top condition.

If you want to know why your check engine light illuminates, visit our auto repair shop, where our team of certified technicians will use a scan tool that is going to be connected to the onboard computer system of your vehicle. This very same onboard computer system will communicate with the scan tool through the use of special codes and this will help our technician in tracking down the problem.

In the majority of cases, our technician must go through a very complicated diagnosis flow chart procedure, so that they can track down the problem and determine why it happened in the first place, all at the same time. They have to do that in order to repair your check engine light properly and prevent any serious problems in the future.

Schedule an appointment with our certified technicians, whenever your vehicle’s check engine light is illuminating. Our auto repair shop has the necessary experience and computer diagnostics tool to diagnose and repair check engine lights on almost every vehicle make and model on the road today!


At some point during your vehicle’s life, you will have to change the timing belt. The majority of vehicles require that the timing belt needs to be replaced at 100,000 miles. Sometimes, there are cars that have timing chains instead of a timing belt. These timing chains can still stretch or break and could be noisier. The owner’s manual of your car will tell you when you have to change your timing belt. You have to change it before it becomes a serious problem. A lot of vehicles have complicated internal systems that must work in perfect synchrony together and when the timing belt breaks, the internal parts of the engine are destroyed and the synchrony is gone. This happens so fast that you might not get a warning.