The car was invented to get commuters directly from point A to point B, which made life easier but destroyed the once-thriving tourism industry of Point C. Visit all points on the map with today's Groupon to Midas. Today's deal is valid at Midas locations in Pembroke Pines, Davie, and on 27th Avenue in Miami. Choose between two options:
For $20, you get a full-service oil and filter change, including a multipoint safety inspection and tire rotation (up to a $79.99 value).
For $99, you get a Secure Stop brake servicing, which includes new brake pads and a 55-point brake system evaluation (a $249.99 value).
The friendly gear grinders at Midas run a fine-tooth comb through every vehicle that comes their way, providing thorough checkups of auto innards to ensure each motorized mover is safely up to snuff. The Midas oil change swaps out up to five quarts of oil matched to the correct viscosity grade for each vehicle (customers pay the difference for anything over five quarts or for synthetic oil). The trusted technicians also check oil filters, replacing them as needed, before rotating tires to help reduce wear and improve traction, while playing down obvious indicators that the pumpkin-sticker-covered Back-Lefty is your favorite. Rounding out the vehicular makeover, a multipoint courtesy inspection examines all major systems and components of the horseless carriage to ensure safety and optimal operation from transmission to tail light.
With the Secure Stop brake servicing, the Midas brake buffs perform a 55-point inspection of the entire system, from the fluid lines to the discs. A new set of lifetime-guaranteed brake pads are installed to provide tip-top stopping power, and an estimate is provided for any additional components that need to be replaced, retuned, or sternly lectured for underperformance.
Though Midas sometimes features a discounted price online, this Groupon still offers the best deal available.
What began more than 50 years ago as a single auto-repair outlet in Macon, Georgia, is known across America today as Midas. The trusted chain of car-repair shops spans 17 countries worldwide, and each location employs a skilled, reliable staff that strives to keep drivers and their families safe. This goal is perhaps best embodied by the Midas Touch Courtesy Check, a service during which technicians check fluid levels and tires for safety and check the area under the vehicle to make sure Robert De Niro isn’t trying to hitch a free ride. Once they've given vehicles the once-over, mechanics can then prescribe any necessary services to keep cars running smoothly, such as brake repair, filter changes, alignments, and engine tune-ups.