Headlight Restoration, or $100 for $250 Worth of Car Repair Services at A.U.T.O. Collision

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Customer Reviews

17 Ratings


Adam G. ·
· Redeemed October 5, 2016
Chris and his team are AWESOME! Super friendly and personable. I had him paint an M3 front bumper for my car and his shop did a great job. Very pleased. Will be going back in the future!


Tim E. ·
Redeemed July 19, 2016
Chris was super easy to work with, they accommodated my super busy schedule, and left my car sparkling inside and out!


Sione M. ·
Redeemed March 23, 2016
Friendly, good customer service. Did great work in a short amount of time!

What You'll Get

Many of cinema's iconic moments involve automobiles, from the famous car scene in "Cars" to the unforgettable car scene in "Cars 2." Take pride in your ride with this Groupon.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $100 for $250 worth of car repair services
  • $55 for headlight restoration ($124.95 value)

Horsepower: An Estimate of Engines' Energy

A fine-tuned engine performs at peak capacity, running smoothly and generating more horsepower. Read on to learn more about horsepower and what it means to work.

An engine that packs a lot of horsepower is an engine that is ready to work. The 18th-century engineer James Watt coined the term to help sell steam engines to mills and mining operations. Watt estimated that an average horse, per minute, could perform 33,000 foot-pounds of work—meaning it could pull 330 pounds a total distance of 100 feet. It was just a rough estimate, but Watt's calculation has endured as an official unit for measuring engines' work.

The Benefits of Horsepower

The Model T only had 20 horsepower, but modern cars have left Henry Ford's creation in the dust. Popular cars, like the Camry or CR-V, house engines that provide 150+ horsepower, an ample amount for running errands and towing kids' wagons behind them. High-performance luxury cars, meanwhile, boast more than 700 horsepower for more powerful acceleration, and trucks that need to carry heavy loads often fall within the 300–400 range.

Bonus Points

  • The unit could have just as easily been ponypower, since Watt originally calculated that an average mine pony could do 22,000 foot-pounds of work. To arrive at horsepower, he simply increased that number by half.
  • Watt's work on work was so influential that a fundamental unit of modern science bears his name.
  • Incidentally, the electrical equivalent of one horsepower is 746 watts, or roughly the same energy it takes to totally shred a Van Halen guitar solo.

The Fine Print

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