What You'll Get
Vehicles require occasional testing to make sure they aren’t releasing toxins into the air or experimenting with jet fuel. Keep tabs on your car with today’s Groupon to Foothill Quicky Smog in Upland. Choose between the following options:
For $29, you get a smog check and car wash (up to a $61.99 value), which includes a smog check and an express car wash.<p>
For $35, you get a smog check and car wash for vehicles with a 1995 or earlier make (an $71.99 value), which includes a smog check, $10 fee for older makes, and an express car wash.
Foothill Quicky Smog, a state-approved, test-only smog center that’s open seven days a week, offers cars various testing and certification services. During the 15- to 20-minute inspection, exhaust experts check your buggy’s emissions to make sure they’re not spreading too many pollutants or theories on the deceptive nature of side mirrors. Cars with a clean bill of health can revel in certification status for an additional fee, and vehicles that fall short will be invited back for a complimentary retest. After the exam, autos can blow off steam in celebratory soap showers, shedding coats of filth as the staff hoses down the frame and scrubs it shiny.
Though Foothill Quicky Smog sometimes offers discounts online, this Groupon still represents the best deal available.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 27, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Additional $10 fee applies for certificate and electronic transfer. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Quicky Smog STAR
The staff at Quicky Smog STAR are trying to make the planet a cleaner, better place—one car at a time. At their STAR state-approved, test-only smog center, the staff do tests for every type of smog and vehicle, including diesel smog and motor homes. During the speedy inspections, emissions experts check levels to make sure jalopies aren't giving off too many pollutants. In addition to speed, the techs focus on customer care, hoping to develop long-term relationships with cars and their owners.