What You'll Get
If Dorothy had never changed the Tin Man's oil, the Wizard probably would have just thrown away his spare heart. Show your car that you have a heart with today's Groupon: for $43, you get an oil change (a $32.95 value), a tire rotation (a $34 value), and a nitrogen tire fill (a $20 value) at Hesselbein Tire (an $86.95 total value), valid at three Tulsa locations: East 6th Street, East 31st Street, and South Memorial Drive.
Hesselbein Tire’s team of ASE- and TIA-certified technicians relubricate engines and rotate and refill tires to keep autos in peak operating condition. A complete oil change replaces old worn-out oil with fresh-faced 5W-30 Pennzoil ready to take on the heat, dust, and pressures of today's high-octane internal combustion world. Hesselbein’s experienced tire experts, well-versed in every tread variety from light truck to batmobile, then rotate and balance each rubber foot to ensure longevity and even wear and tear. The maintenance service concludes with a nitrogen tire fill, which can keep tire pressure more constant and improve gas mileage, followed by a quick-drying pedicure.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 24, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Extra fee for synthetic oil. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Hesselbein Tire
Servicing autos for more than 35 years, Hesselbein Tire caters to cars with a seasoned team of ASE– and TIA–certified mechanics. The full-service automotive shop overseas a sprawling stockpile of more than 150,000 name-brand tires from the likes of Bridgestone and Firestone and handles the round rubber souls of all types of vehicles, from passenger vehicles and heavy trucks to lawn and garden vehicles, golf carts, and ATVs. Engine experts cater to all corners of the car with an extensive array of services including computerized alignments, battery service, transmission maintenance, and brake service. Hesselbein's staff pumps passageways full of Pennzoil during standard oil-change services and inspects overactive air conditioners that continually attract families of small Yetis.