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What You'll Get
Proper car maintenance will help a vehicle live longer, just as proper muscle maintenance will help you save a car from drowning. Be a hero with today's Groupon: for $25, you get a punch card good for two oil changes with filters, plus fluid top-offs and inspections (up to a $58 value). Choose between Darrell's Firestone in Farmington and Franklin Auto Service Center in Franklin.
The experienced auto preservers at Darrell's Firestone and Franklin Auto Service Center rehydrate parched motors with essential engine maintenance, keeping moving parts protected. Motor carriages slurp up to 5 quarts of sterling motor oil as a new filter replaces its retiring predecessor, used up by thousands of miles of loyal service blocking debris and engine spam. Technicians also check the fluid levels of non-oil reservoirs, plus fluid top-offs, and perform a quick chassis lube if needed. Before steel steeds get back on the open road, a 26-point vehicle and safety inspection scours auto bodies for misaligned components and tracking devices from jealous former mechanics.
Though Darrell's Firestone and Franklin Auto Service Center sometimes feature a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Mar 13, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for location purchased. Extra fee for synthetic oil, for some oil filters, and more that 5 quarts of oil. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Darrell's Firestone + Franklin Auto Service Center
Operating out of dual locations, both Darrell’s and Franklin garages specialize in quickly repairing unexpected breakdowns on the vehicles commuters depend on. Each mechanic is skilled at conquering the coughs of domestic or imported vehicles, from cars to trucks to four-wheel-drive go-karts. To wrench new life into vehicles, techs work to revive motors, exhaust systems, and malfunctioning climate controls or treat rides to preventative-care packages that may help ward off future costly repairs. The shops’ affordable service menus make them particularly cost-conscious alternatives to dealer services on recommended maintenance such as fluid flushing and replacing decorative antenna balls.