What You'll Get
There is more to car maintenance than simply changing the oil or teaching your vehicle to read its owners manual. Oversee your auto's health with today's Groupon: for $28, you get a state inspection, multipoint vehicle inspection, and car wash at Lakeside Chevrolet in Rockwall (a $56.75 value). Today's deal is good for all vehicle makes and models from 1997 or newer.
Lakeside Chevrolet's GM-certified service technicians carefully comb over cars of all makes and models to ensure they conform to Texas state standards. During the service, which runs just short of an hour, the techs examine individual components and systems to confirm state-mandated operations, and award passing cars with a new sticker and a trophy shaped like the state capitol. Techs also visit vital vehicle components such as the battery, tire treads, belts and hoses, and fluid reservoirs to pre-empt potential problems. Cars celebrate passing grades with a revitalizing wash, which flushes away exterior dirt and restores the finish to its original luster. The shop keeps customers moving while their cars are otherwise occupied, substituting owners' vehicles for shuttle services, loaners, and fresh horses.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jan 30, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Must provide current vehicle insurance. Valid only for vehicles 1997 or newer. Certification not issued if vehicle does not pass all inspections. Call ahead to check availability. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Lakeside Chevrolet
A haven for both new and used vehicles, Lakeside Chevrolet outfits customers with compatible cars and tweaks careworn rides in its service department. The dealership's GM-certified technicians carefully comb over cars of all makes and models to ensure that they conform to state standards. They also visit vital vehicle components, such as the battery, tire treads, belts and hoses, and fluid reservoirs, to preempt potential problems. The shop keeps customers moving while their cars are otherwise occupied, offering shuttle services, loaner cars, and fresh horses to get drivers from point A to any other point in the alphabet.