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Hometown Auto Has Served Holliston for the Last 12 Years

by Paul Saulnier
December 6, 2017

Hometown Automotive's Service Center is located at 439 Washington Street, next to Dunkin Donuts.

Michael Ibrahim, above and below, grew up in Holliston which is why he called his business Hometown Automotive.

Hometown Automotive is Holliston's full service auto repair shop and towing service. For the past 12 years, this family owned business has provided the best service in town and Mike promises 100% satisfaction every time. When you pick your precious vehicle from Hometown Automotive you can rest assured that it will be in tip top shape!

With three full time mechanics some of the services Hometown Automotive provides include free estimates, free computer diagnostics, complete safety analysis, investigating drivability problems, tune - ups, oil changes, tire services, brake repair specialist, mufflers and exhaust systems, steering and suspension repairs and wheel alignments. 

Hometown even has a courtesy car available if you need it while Mike completes the repairs on your vehicle or will pick up and return your car to you after service.

Hometown Automotive has the towing contract with the town which keeps his seven tow trucks busy responding to the crashes that occur all too often.

In addition to the Hometown Automotive Service Center at 439 Washington Street there are two other locations and a total of eleven employees to serve their customers, including Hometown Select Used Cars at 419 Washington Street, pictured above, and Hometown Auto Body, below, located at 1670 Washington Street, across from the Post Office. Hometown has a licensed appraiser on staff to negotiate with the insurance companies on your behalf and will provide free document preparation for vehicles purchased from Hometown Select Used Cars.

Mike told that plans are under way to construct a brand new state-of-the-art facility that will combine all three services under one roof and should be open next Spring at the corner of Washington and Chestnut Street.

Hometown has been a generous supporter of community organizations including the Senior Center and the High School Panthers.

If you are looking for a good used car, check out Hometown's specials at  For more information about the many services provided by Hometown Automotive and Select Used cars, check out their web site: or call them at 508.429.4550.


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