Ready your ride for the pending holiday road trips and holiday demolition derbies with today’s Groupon: $19 gets you a full-service oil change at Kwik Kar Lube and Tune. You'll get up to five quarts of your choice of conventional, high-mileage, or synthetic-blend to keep your oil-needing auto properly oiled with fresh, oily oil (a $36–$50 value, depending on choice).
From the moment you arrive at Kwik Kar Lube and Tune, the friendly faces of trained professionals and the impeccably clean facility will make you feel as though you're about to embark on a glamorous, yet speedy journey that will protect the hefty investment you made on your luxurious minivan. Sit back and relax while the deft oil-changers change your oil and perform a 16-point inspection to make sure your vehicle gives its best performance.
Unlike library books, cars protest by not working when you don’t adhere to their due dates. To keep your vehicle in top shape, you should get your car’s oil changed every 3,000 miles or six months or after every seemingly coincidental encounter with that mysterious goat. Though we all may delay a bit in getting this necessary service for our beloved steel combustion-chariots, this deal is the perfect opportunity to deal with one of the nagging chores you’ve been meaning to get around to for ages. Get this Groupon to take advantage of the requisite service at a discounted rate and to stop postponing the inevitable.
Citysearchers give Kwik Kar Lube and Tune five stars:
- The first thing I noticed about this place is how exceptionally CLEAN the shop is. That scores big with me, because you can tell these guys really care about the work that they do. – Tim Zimmerman
- After visiting Kwik Kar, I discovered what true, express service is. This place had a coffee bar...The staff was nothing short of exceptional and everyone was smiling. – deewade
- Many quick oil change places want to up sale [sic] you, but kwik kar does what you ask for and what you need. I have been using them for all my cars for years. I have only positive comments after dozens of visits! – kylenuckolls
Talk of the Trade
Although Kwik Kar’s kwazy spelling might make militant grammarians cringe, cultured linguists recognize that it is actually a purer form of the traditional mechanic dialect privately spoken between gear-heads since cars were first discovered on Michigan’s upper peninsula by early settlers in 1640. In fact, most skilled tradespersons speak a private language, but this helpful list of common phrases should help you through any professional encounter:
Teachers: “Bobby is a handful, but he’s showing real progress, especially in the arts” means “If your child starts one more fire in my purse, he’ll be hopping home tied to the coat rack.”
Doctors: “We plan to use balloon valvuloplasty to treat the mitral valve stenosis brought on by your rheumatic fever” means “You have been the victim of a witch’s curse. Please breathe in this sleeping gas, so that we can root around inside you like a shoebox full of ticket stubs and old keys.”
Plumbers: “I was able to remove the blockage in your drain” means “I have discovered a terrible secret about the way you live.”
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