Like a sprinter with his head stuck in a stairway banister, vehicle engines desperately need lubrication if they're going to run properly. Oil up with this Groupon.
$35 for Six Complete Oil Changes, Six Tire Rotations, and One Complimentary Winter Vehicle Inspection ($69.99 Value)
After receiving a punch card, mechanics flush out goopy old oil and replace it with a fresh five quarts. They also rotate tires to preserve tread integrity and prevent bald spots. The winterized vehicle inspection delves deep into vehicle performance, beginning with a test drive and inspection of engine belts, coolant levels, and heater function. Mechanics then ensure that external lights work and tires have sufficient air pressure, ending their once-over with a brake inspection. The service takes roughly 60 minutes, so appointments are mandatory.
In addition to oil changes, rotations, and inspections, the card also includes discounts on several other services, such as a radiator flush and fill and a power steering flush.
Hummels B&B Automotive
Stuart Hummel's auto and diesel repair shop isn't just built on hard-working mechanics or a deep knowledge of automotive mechanics. It's built on trust. At Hummels B&B Automotive, he and his family place trust next to quality, efficient work as the most important aspect of the business. Stuart should know—he’s been on the wrong end of predatory mechanics who prey on their client's ignorance. Vowing never to perpetrate that kind of scheme, he now strives to earn and keep his clients’ faith with repair and diagnostic services performed at the lowest possible cost to his customers. Every appointment, every repair, and every service rendered comes with an explanation, and he encourages his customers to frequently leave him feedback. Hummel's website even features a car care guide and video, which informs clients about routine maintenance and the proper disciplinary techniques for when car engines just won't roll over.
88% of 67 customers recommend
“Good guys, good service lots of combined experience”
“good work ”