Shop Owner Retires, New Shop Moves In

Sept. 15, 2022

Auto Safety Center has taken over the building that housed Scott's Service Center in Cedarburg, Wisconsin. 

Sept. 15, 2022—A new auto repair shop has moved into an existing shop space in Wisconsin. 

According to the Ozaukee County News Graphic, Auto Safety Center has taken over the building that housed Scott's Service Center in Cedarburg. 

The building sits at 4,410-square-feet and has a history of being used for both auto repair and used car sales.

The Cedarburg Town Board has approved the transfer of an existing conditional use permit from Scott's to Auto Safety Center. This is the second location for Auto Safety Center, according to owner Joseph Valind. The other location can be found in West Bend. 

Scott Leppert, the owner of Scott's Service Center, has chosen to retire after 32 years. 

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