Auto Repair in Weaverville, CA

45 miles to the west of Redding, CA, lies the community of Weaverville. Tucked in the edge of the Trinity Alps Wilderness Area, Weaverville is home to roughly 3,600 permanent residents. It is a remote community but experiences an influx of visitors in the summer months due to its gorgeous surroundings and location in the Rocky Mountains.

Tourism is the main industry in Weaverville though it used to be a gold-mining community in the 1800s. Over 2,000 Chinese people settled in Weaverville to work the lucrative gold mines and Weaverville had its very own Chinatown. It’s still evident in the Joss House, a former Taoist temple that is now a museum displaying some of the ornate workmanship from over 100 years ago.

In Weaverville, there is no shortage of outdoor activity. You can spend countless hours exploring the lakes by boat or jet ski, go whitewater rafting or kayaking, even hike or bike the miles of trails in the area. Weaverville is host to several mountain bike races including Six Hours of Weaverville and the KALI Spring Enduro.

Perry’s Automotive Inc. is proud to serve residents and visitors of Weaverville alike with honest, knowledgeable auto repairs and service. Our experienced staff members are experts in most makes and models especially diesel vehicles and RVs. Since 1968, our family-owned and operated shop has been dedicated to excellent customer service and professional auto repairs from nearby Redding.

The Perry's Automotive Advantage


Nationwide Warranty

We Offer Financing

Free Local Shuttle Service 1-Way

Factory Diagnostic Equipment

Our History

Perry’s Automotive Inc has been a part of the Redding business scene since 1968. Our present location has been our permanent home since 1973. That’s well over 40 years of customer satisfaction that’s allowed us to be a continued part of our customer’s lives. Our client base continues to grow as existing customers bring in their children, and in some cases, grandchildren.
Our driving motto has, and continues to be; customer’s are to be listened to and treated as a member of this family.


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