Finns Automotive is in Webster, NY. We have been providing reliable and quality auto care since 1939. Our wide array of services ensure that when it comes to vehicle maintenance and repair, your needs are covered. We service all makes and models, both foreign and domestic. Visit us today for check engine lights, brakes, inspections, driveability problems, oil changes, transmission issues, clutch, ABS, exhaust or any other problems you might be experiencing with your automobile.
Kevin is proud to be a third-generation business owner in his hometown of Webster. He’s raised his two sons with his wife Susan in Webster and enjoys all things outdoors.
Mark has been with Finns for 2 years. He’s been in the automotive industry for over 30 years. Mark believes in giving our customers the best service by treating them the way he would want to be treated. Mark enjoys working on cars and woodworking in his free time.
Ken came to Finns with 39 years of experience in the automotive repair industry. He believes in doing the best job he can and will always make it right for the customer, no matter what it takes.
Jen has been with Finns for over 11 years. She has an A.A.S. in automotive technology from Monroe Community College and has worked in the automotive field for 33 years.
Andrew is Finns newest employee. He’s worked in the automotive industry since graduating from Lincoln Tech. In his free time he enjoys ATV riding, camping, hiking and taking care of his four cats, a dog and a rabbit.
Janice has been welcoming customers at Finns with a warm smile and great sense of humor since September of 2019. She loves muscle cars, gardening, traveling, volunteering and her Royal Bahamian Potcake pooch.
Finding a competent auto technician need not be a matter of chance. Much of the guesswork has been eliminated, thanks to the national program conducted by the non-profit National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE). ASE tests and certifies automotive professionals in all major technical areas of repair and service.
ASE certifies the technical competence of individual technicians, not repair facilities. Before taking ASE certification tests, many technicians attend training classes or study on their own in order to brush up on their knowledge. By passing difficult, national tests, ASE certified technicians prove their technical competence to themselves, to their employers, and to their customers. What’s more, because the ASE program is primarily voluntary, ASE certification becomes a self-selecting credential that weeds out the incompetent. While ASE does not certify repair shops or police individual business practices, it stands to reason that those shop owners and managers who support their service employees’ efforts to become technically certified will be as concerned about the other aspects of their business as well.