Your car relies on you to maintain it regularly and not to gun it across any rivers, even if there are free Thickburgers on the opposite bank. Keep your vehicular promises with today's Groupon: for $29, you get an oil change, wiper-blade replacement, tire rotation, and nitrogen-tire inflation at Best One Tire and Service (a $120 value). Today’s deal is valid at any of Best One Tire’s four Nashville-area locations.
Best One Tire's friendly ASE-certified mechanics pamper loyal locomotives with an array of maintenance and repair services. Kick off the motorized makeover by whetting thirsty engine appetites with up to 5 quarts of conventional Valvoline oil (additional charge for synthetic oil) and a new OEM-quality filter (up to a $2.99 value) to keep any contaminants or oil-treading Texans form seeping through to the engine. Turning their attention to your road donuts, the crew will then perform a tire rotation to ensure even wheel wear, provide a plumping pump of nitrogen for improved mileage and durability, and conduct an expert brake-system inspection to verify your auto's safety and emotional health. Rounding out the roadster shapeup, the team also replaces weary wiper blades with a set of new Mighty wiper blades, ensuring optimal visibility during bug attacks and storms of raining men.
In addition to its car-whispering services, Best One Tire and Service takes pride in giving back to the Nashville community. Each month staff members take time out of their schedules to volunteer for local charity organizations ranging from after-school programs to time-traveler-training seminars. Best OneTire is holding a free bluegrass festival featuring Donna Ulisse and the Poor Mountain Boys on May 28, and the Harding Place location also hosts a customer appreciation day each summer featuring free food, door prizes, and raffle giveaways.
Best One Tire and Service
Best One Tire and Service's ASE-certified technicians specialize in the routine maintenance needed to keep cars road worthy. Their expertise encompasses essential services such as oil changes, tire rotations, and vehicle diagnostics. To help autos reduce their carbon footprint, the staff fills tires with nitrogen. The gas staves off wear-and-tear by lowering interior tire temperature and bolstering tread life, all of which keeps tires from the jealous clutches of local landfills. While techs tend to cars, local shuttles ferry customers across town, so clients can run errands or share a romantic picnic with their bicycle.