Despite their mechanical nature, cars are sensitive and must be groomed, protected, and lulled to sleep by the sound of a mechanic ripping up a Haynes manual. Show your car you care with today’s Groupon.
$45 for $100 worth of automotive services, such as:
- Electrical system check ($19.95)
- Battery terminal service ($21.99)
- Power-steering flush ($79.95)<p>
$49 for a one-hour computer reflashing service (a $129 value) * Computer diagnostic test detects issues * Updates performed as necessary<p>
$199 for a three-hour, five-item Royal Flush service plan (a $458 value), including: * Transmission service and flush * Power-steering-system flush * Transfer-case fluid flush * Front- and rear-differential fluid flush<p>
In 1979, at the age of 19, Peter Fink opened the first Certified Transmission in an abandoned gas station. He envisioned a business that would remanufacture, rather than rebuild, transmissions and Barbie Corvettes. Today, the company has grown to include 15 retail stores in four states and more than 400 employees. ASE-certified technicians, who must complete a 13-week training program before they can work by themselves, hand-disassemble transmissions and check each part, re-machining or replacing any parts not up to factory-new standards. Ongoing education keeps technicians’ skills up-to-date and sharper than Henry Ford's stainless-steel tongue. In a 2011 article in Manufacturing Today, Fink attributed his success to high quality standards and good business practices. These standards have not gone unnoticed; in 2005, the Omaha Chamber of Commerce presented Certified Transmission with an Excellence in Business award. Certified Transmission backs their work with an extensive warrantee.