Carquest by Advance Opens New Store in Virginia

Carquest by Advance Opens New Store in Virginia

It’s the fourth Carquest store owned by Magee Auto Parts LLC.

Carquest by Advance has opened its newest store in Amelia Court House, Virginia, located at 15203 Patrick Henry Hwy.

It’s the fourth Carquest store owned by Magee Auto Parts LLC, with the Magee group also operating locations in Toano, Wakefield and Waverly, Virginia.

Magee’s family has been in the auto parts business for more than 40 years, with Trey’s grandfather having opened his first Carquest location in 1981. Since then, his family has been a friendly, trusted resource for automotive parts and expert knowledge in communities across southern Virginia. 

The new Carquest by Advance caters to do-it-yourselfers and professional customers across Amelia County, offering quality, name-brand automotive products including DieHard auto batteries. Motorists also have access to free curbside services provided by the store team, including battery testing, battery installation and wiper-blade installation. The store also offers heavy-duty and agricultural products, including filters and custom-length hydraulic hoses.

“We’re proud to grow our business with the opening of our new Carquest by Advance,” said Trey Magee. “The community has given us a wonderful reception since we opened our doors, and we’re excited to be here. Our promise is to deliver the best service, advice and parts to every customer who walks through our building. Whether you’re a DIYer, a repair shop owner or a local farmer, we’re going to find the parts and products you need to complete your job.”

The Carquest by Advance first opened on Aug. 28, with Magee employing five team members at the store.

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