Cars carry their passengers' burdens literally by hauling their weight, psychologically by listening to their conversations, and criminally by always taking the blame for off-roading through the botanical gardens. Show your car some support in return with today's Groupon: for $19, you get a five-quart oil change with new oil filter (a $23.95 value), a tire rotation (a $19.95 value), an alignment check (a $29.95 value), and a 64-point safety inspection (a $9.95 value) at any of Brake-O-Rama’s 14 area locations (an $83.80 total value).
Brake-O-Rama lavishes all the care that top-of-the-line equipment and 49 years of family-operated experience can provide on foreign and domestic cars and trucks. ASE-certified technicians keep motors chugging viscously with a five-quart oil change and new oil filter. A tire rotation extends tires' lifespans and grants them tourist visas to new regions of the undercarriage. For an alignment check, a motorcar maven works with a computerized alignment system to inspect the vehicle's balance, determining if precision adjustments to the camber or refined modifications to the caster, toe, or thrust angle might reduce tire wear and improve fuel economy. A final 64-point safety inspection leaves vehicles with nothing to worry about beyond parallel parking and crafting more perfectly circular donuts come winter.
Brake-O-Rama began as one location in 1949 but now boasts 14 service centers speckled across the East Coast. Together these automotive hospitals work as a force, repairing and maintaining domestic and imported vehicles of virtually any make and model. Before sourcing spare parts from the company's private warehouses, Brake-O-Rama's ASE-certified technicians thoroughly analyze vehicles with advanced diagnostic technology that includes four-wheel computerized alignment systems, electron microscopes that scan for chipped paint finishes, and magnifying glasses ever in search for clues to Professor Plum's murder. Meanwhile, Firestone, Goodyear, and Michelin tires fill the supply closets, allowing the patrons to tighten their grip on the asphalt before a cross-country trip.