Cars need regular oil changes to keep them running in top form, just as winning racehorses need periodic blood transfusions to keep the drive for victory coursing through their veins. Treat your chariot like a champ with today's Groupon to Express Oil Change. Choose between the following options:
- For $19, you get an express oil change (a $36.99 value) and tire rotation (a $19.99 value) (a $56.98 total value).
- For $35, you get an express oil change (a $36.99 value), tire rotation (a $19.99 value), and fuel-induction cleaning (a $69.99 value) (a $126.97 total value). Tire rotation and visual brake inspection are limited to passenger cars and light-duty trucks.
Express Oil Change provides high-quality auto care at stopwatch-stupefying speeds. ASE-certified technicians sate a combustion engine’s cravings for crude with 5 quarts of oil during their signature 10-minute oil change, lubricating each motor's innards and relegating contaminants to dirtying up the faces of actors who want to win awards. Technicians also replace the oil filter, lubricate the chassis, and inspect the steering, suspension, exterior lights, and undercarriage. Express Oil Change rotates tires to minimize irregular or uneven wear, and service can conclude with a fuel-induction cleaning that diminishes environmentally bruising emissions, restores drivability, and enhances fuel economy so that drivers don’t use up their gas budget on the way to the gas station.
Express Oil Change & Service Center
Since its inception more than 30 years ago, Express Oil Change & Service Center has treated cars to comprehensive yet convenient oil changes performed in 10 minutes. That tradition is continued today, in 170 shops sprinkled across 10 southern states, each staffed by a fleet of ASE-certified technicians who also submit autos to a range of maintenance and repair services, backed by warranties and environmentally conscious practices.
During the 10-minute full-service oil change, technicians don't just drain and recycle dirty fluids: they also put cars through the wringer by inspecting belts, hoses, and suspension systems, checking air filters, and sleuthing around the undercarriage for looming problems or secret piercings––all while customers wait comfortably in their car. In the service center, they call upon top equipment to rotate and balance tires, inspect brakes, and repair or replace parts, and use level 1 and level 2 computer diagnostics to correctly diagnose all manner of mechanical ailments.