Regular maintenance is the only way to ensure long-lasting vehicles, relationships, and wobbling 30-story-tall Jenga towers. Prevent your wheeled room from going kerplunk with today’s Groupon: for $75, you get $150 worth of automotive service at Cottman Transmission Center in Cary and Garner.
Cottman Transmission's car mavens fix-up four-wheeled friends with an array of automotive repair services designed to keep cars purring like robotic kittens. To kick things off, a free diagnostic test will determine any problems and conclude if vehicle botherations can be repaired without costly invasive surgery. Ensure the safety of drivers, passengers, and freshly minted dimes with a brake job (starting at $149.99), a procedure that includes a comprehensive inspection of brakes, calipers, wheel cylinders, lines, hydraulic units, and rotors, as well as a flushing and bleeding of contaminated fluids. These seasoned staffers can also replace a cracked, bulged, or blistered drive belt with a new one (starting at $149.99) or give road warriors a total once over during an engine tune-up (starting at $149.99), which may help the motor to stay in as good condition as a vintage racecar bed. Mellifluous car-whisperers also ply their mysterious trade by executing transmission repairs, BG fuel injection service, battery replacements, and headlight restorations, as well as replacing underperforming radiator hoses and changing fluids.
Vehicle gurus perform procedures following rigid technical standards and back their work with Cottman's nationwide warranty. If any concerns arise, Cottman's customer-service team will respond to them within 24 hours of submitting an online service evaluation.
Cottman Transmission Center
As part of the Cottman Transmission Center's service philosophy, each transmission service begins with a road test, a TransCheck 21 Plus exam, and a close inspection of the transmission plan—all performed with the hope that the transmission can be repaired without a costly reconditioning. This attention to detail and commitment to integrity flows through all of Cottman's services like oil through an engine. Technicians reject repairs that would make automobiles "superficially drivable", committing to the safety of its customers in each and every service.