Cars need regular oil changes to keep them running in top form, just as winning racehorses need periodic blood transfusions to keep the drive for victory coursing through their veins. Treat your chariot like a champ with today’s Groupon: for $25, you get an oil-change package (a $63.95 total value) or winter-prep package (an $80.94 total value) at Integrity Automotive Service. The oil-change package includes:
- A standard oil change (a $39.95 value)
- A tire rotation (a $24 value)<p>
The winter-prep package includes: * A synthetic-blend oil change (a $56.04 value) * A starting- and charging-system test (a $24.90 value)<p>
Led by an ASE-certified Master Technician, Integrity Automotive Service’s mechanics revive weatherworn road warriors with engine-bolstering maintenance services. During the standard oil change, a seasoned car whisperer replaces weary motor lubricant with up to five quarts of oil, then runs through a 27-point inspection to examine the condition of components ranging from brakes to drive shafts to headlights. The first package includes a tire rotation, which ensures wheels’ wear and tear is distributed as equally as accordions at a polka-themed dinner party.
Customers who opt for the winter-prep package can enjoy the same oil change and inspection fortified with semisynthetic motor oil. The faster-flowing synthetic-blend lubricant offers quicker start-ups in cold weather and removes harmful carbon buildups and the last raptor’s nail clippings more effectively than conventional oil. Techs wrap up the service by testing the starting and charging system, then checking the coolant’s freeze point and corrosion-resistance level. Both packages last about 60 minutes, which is enough time to flip through a magazine in the waiting area or enjoy most of a 65-minute nap.
Integrity Automotive Service
Each day presents a new challenge to Mathew Levin. He could be installing new brake pads, diagnosing a mysterious engine rattle, or fixing faulty wiring. The combination of mechanical prowess and electronic expertise is what drew Mathew to auto repair in the first place—that and a lifelong love of cars.
Growing up in a small town taught Mathew the value of a spotless reputation, and he couldn't stand to see garages treat customers dishonestly or watch dealership salesmen delivery faulty advice. After becoming an ASE-certified Master mechanic, Mathew founded Integrity Automotive Service on the principle of honesty. Mathew supervises his team of two mechanics, though he takes it upon himself to deal with every customer directly. He'll frequently offer to test drive vehicles for free to make an accurate diagnosis and make sure he explains exactly why each repair is needed before completing it. Mathew's thoughtful, honest approach to car repair has ensured him a steady stream of repeat customers and cars that wag their exhaust pipes when they see him.