The automotive specialists at Star Family of Dealerships provide routine maintenance, repairs, and replacement parts to turn all jalopy makes and models into reliable rides. Elect an oil and filter change to keep pistons pumping smoothly ($41.64), or a tire rotation to ensure even wear throughout a game of musical wheels ($19.95). A fuel-induction service expunges performance-affecting buildup ($103.06), and a cooling system drain and refill keeps cars nicely chilled ($94.02). Mechanical wizards can transmogrify transmissions into well-oiled machines with a minor tune-up ($246.77), and each and any service comes with a complimentary 16-point inspection. The value of this Groupon can also be used towards all manner of replacement gizmos and gadgets known in technical terms as "thingamabobs."
The ASE-certified techs at Midas rejuvenate road-weary wagons with oil changes, tire rotations, safety checks, and other auto services. Since aging oil can saddle engines with contaminants, dust, metal particles. and chickenpox, the moto medics at Midas dispatch dingy oil and infuse vehicle veins with up to five quarts of oil matched to your buggy's recommended viscosity level. Techs will also swap out dated filters with fresh oil sieves. After polishing pistons, mechanics rotate tires to help reduce wear over time and move gossiping rear wheels to the front of the class.
Autowash's fully automated car-cleansing system quickly sanctifies sullied vehicles with eco-friendly chemicals, products, and practices. During the three- to five-minute Ultimate wash—or Heber Springs' Premium wash—robotic appendages spew out a triple-action foam bath and soothe surfaces with patented Soft Gloss brushes to scrub away dirt without scratching or etching curse words onto exteriors. The wash continues by blasting wheels and panels with turbo-charged hoses and imbuing rubbery soles with a tire shine for a lustrous sheen. A spot-free rain curtain rinses freshly cleaned vehicles before air jets shoo away water droplets with powerful gusts of air that reach up to 175 mph, and the speedy service concludes with a coat of Rain-X or Rain Shield. After leaving the tunnel, patrons can use Autowash's vacuums to clean seats and mats or fashion arms with elbow hickeys. Open 24 hours per day and seven days per week, the heated bays welcome vehicles to bask in bionic pampering, even during winter days or late summer nights after driving through a paintball field. Demonstrating its commitment to the community, Autowash donates a percentage of its proceeds to local charities and nonprofit organizations.
Using knives, scalpels, and adamantium claws, Twisted Ice's talented ice whisperers transform frozen blocks of filtered Culligan water into snowy swans that easily soak up generous spritzes of aftershave syrup in more than 50 flavors. Orally embrace local legends such as tiger’s blood, pickle juice, and salty lemon ices ($1.50/small, $2.25/medium, $3/large), or eschew old-fashioned sugar with a Splenda-kissed drift of Maui Wowee. Gustatory adventurers can befuddle their senses with the vegetal crunches of a frozen pickle ($1). Crown a shaved-ice concoction queen with drizzles of cream and a garland of ice cream ($0.50 each), or follow the Milky Way to Gandy's ice cream, which can either be enthroned in a cone ($1) or buoyed in frosted root-beer floats ($2.50). Twisted Ice plies its toothsome trade Monday–Saturday from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m.