Ready your ride for the pending holiday road trips and demolition derbies with today’s Groupon: $25 for a premium oil change at Swis Tire and Automotive, a $50 value. Redeem your Groupon at any one of four locations, six days a week.
Your premium oil change includes up to six quarts of oil, a check and fill of all fluids, including coolant, brake, and windshield washer fluid, plus a magic spell that prevents your car from turning invisible. They’ll also add a can of BG MOA, an oil additive to help clean out carbon and engine sludge and improve gas mileage.
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 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.
- I'm so impressed I signed up for citysearch to write this... and I'm lazy. – staylorx, Citysearch
- My interactions with them have been great -- they consistently tell me what is necessary, and what is not. – michellesr, Citysearch
- And my car was ready earlier than expected as the guys put it on high priority. I've been going there for years and this kind of service shows why. – kmartin718, Citysearch
Don't Wait For 3,000 Miles
Every car owner knows to change their oil every 3,000 miles, but what happens if you delay your oil change? Here's what waiting those extra miles could do to your car:
Mile 3,001: You car will instantly explode or may just feel neglected, but either way is never going to trust you like it once did.
Mile 4,000: With less oil powering your car's Temporal Stasis Module, you may accidentally drive into the past or into a TGI Friday's.
Mile 5,000: Your car is 400% more likely to turn into a bicycle and 36% more likely to sign up for a painting class.
Mile 6,000: The "Check Oil" light goes off, but the "Read Up On the Hundred Years' War" light comes on.
Mile 7,000: Emilio Estevez gets in the car without permission and asks for a ride.
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