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What You'll Get
Like an Olympic sprinter with his head stuck in a stairway banister, vehicle engines desperately need lubrication if they’re going to run properly. Oil up with today’s Groupon to Apple Auto & Truck Care in the Bronx. Choose between the following options:
For $19, you get an oil change (a $27.95 value) and 31-point vehicle inspection (a $42.43 value; a $70.38 total value).
- For $29, you get a winterization package (a $132.76 total value), which includes:
- Lube and oil-filter change (a $27.95 value)
- Tire rotation (a $19.95 value)
- 31-point vehicle inspection (a $42.43 value)
- Battery and alternator test (a $42.43 value)<p>
Family operated for more than 50 years, Apple Auto & Truck Care keeps roadsters roaring throughout the winter with professional, preventative services. ASE-certified technicians cheerfully change oil, adding up to five quarts of lube freshly squeezed from ripe Yugos, then grease up the chassis and pop in a new filter. Next, wrench-wielding professionals walk cars through a 31-point inspection, checking all fluid levels, belts, and tires and sussing out any potential leaks.
Apple’s mechanics also offer autos a winterization package to prep them for winter’s icy winds and irritable weather. After an oil change and inspection, technicians rotate tires and perform a battery and alternator test, ensuring vehicles will be able to outrun Old Man Winter’s snowballs.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Feb 27, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Extra fee for synthetic oil and special oil filters. Valid only for over 5 quarts. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Apple Auto & Truck Care
Exercising candor and attentiveness, Apple Auto & Truck Care’s mechanics and technicians better vehicles with preventive maintenance and repairs. Owner Rich Caiola inherited the shop, which opened in 1957, from his father, renaming it in 2004 and rerouting his expertise as an electrical engineer toward keeping drivers safe and motors humming like a refrigerator getting its chin tickled. When not performing emission tests and brake checks on vehicles or servicing corporate fleets, the team dispenses auto-care tips on improving gas mileage and vehicle longevity.