Like violins, cars announce their need for a tune-up by squeaking shrilly and leaking oil every time you play Mahler. Keep your ride purring pleasantly with today’s Groupon to Stack’s Auto Service & Tires, valid at two locations in North Babylon and West Babylon. Choose between the following options:
- For $19, you get one oil change with an inspection (a $40 value).
- For $54, you get three oil changes with inspections (a $120 value).
Stack’s Auto Service & Tires’ team of ASE-certified technicians have been keeping roadsters riding safely and smoothly for more than 25 years. Inside one of Stack’s two Tech-Net service centers, mechanics will outfit each steel pony with a new feedbag of motor oil, furnishing up to 5 quarts of 10W-30 oil and a tasty new filter. Stack’s technicians will also walk each vehicle through a 27-point inspection, checking fluids, adjusting tire pressure, and poking belts and hoses to see if they’re still alive before agreeing to let the car rumble back out onto the road. To help keep vehicles on the pavement following maintenance services, Stack’s provides complimentary flat-tire repair to their customers.
Stack's Auto Service & Tires
After spending 14 years successfully managing a local garage, Thomas Cummings set his eyes on his very own shop. So, in 2004, the ASE-certified mechanic purchased Stack’s Auto Service & Tires and transformed the struggling company into a thriving business. After a set of victory cartwheels, Thomas opened up a second shop across town. Today, he continues to run the two locations—one in West Babylon and another in North Babylon—where he is backed by a team of ASE-certified technicians with more than 50 years of combined experience.
Though the staff members specialize in Hyundais and Saturns, they are fit to handle rides of all kinds—from cars, trucks, and SUVs to campers, motorcycles, and tiny clown cars. As part of the Tech-Net network, the crew doles out its list of maintenance and repair services with a 12-month or 12,000-mile nationwide warranty on most parts and labor.