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About Motivx Tools

Located in Puyallup, WA, we are a family owned and operated specialty automotive tool manufacturer. We want our customers to have the confidence they need to do the job and know it was done right.

About Motivx Tools

Located in Puyallup, WA, we are a family owned and operated specialty automotive tool manufacturer. We want our customers to have the confidence they need to do the job and know it was done right.


Made For Professionals. Used By Everyone.

Our mission is to give you tools that get the job done right the first time. The end result is less stress for you and the job gets done quickly and efficiently.

Made For Professionals. Used By Everyone.

Our mission is to give you tools that get the job done right the first time. The end result is less stress for you and the job gets done quickly and efficiently.


ASE-Certified Customer Service

Our customer service team is based in the United States, led by an ASE-Certified mechanic and consists of 30+ years of professional automotive experience.

ASE-Certified Customer Service

Our customer service team is based in the United States, led by an ASE-Certified mechanic and consists of 30+ years of professional automotive experience.

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