Regular maintenance can add years to the life of a vehicle, whereas regular neglect can add only the ability to send smoke signals for roadside assistance. Keep your coach from being charbroiled with today's Groupon to Tire Town Automotive Repair. Choose between two options:
- For $40, you get an oil change (a $38.95 value) and disposal fee (a $2 value), a tire rotation (a $43 value), a set of new wiper blades (a $33 value), an air-conditioning performance check ($24.95 value), and a cooling-system check (a $42.25 value; a $197.96 total value with tax)
- For $45, you get $90 toward labor or diagnostics service.
Tire Town Automotive Repair helps to ensure vehicular health through a range of preventative services and emergency maintenance measures. Car owners can renew the lifeblood in vehicular veins with an oil change, at which the ASE-certified master technicians replace up to five quarts of oil before lubricating pathways and replacing the filter. For an additional charge, customers in need of synthetic oil and specialized filters can accommodate their automobiles' eccentric needs. With a tire rotation, the auto-wellness experts help to ensure even wear on all four tires, and a new set of wiper blades eliminates the need to buy a new windshield each time it gets dirty. An air-conditioning performance check spots any potential problems that could forestall delivery of chilly blasts, and a cooling-system check preempts overheating. The entire process takes less than 60 minutes.
The auto-care center also performs transmission services, engine repairs, and electrical maintenance so that radios don’t have to run on manual cranks. Customers can obtain a quote for treating automobile illnesses through Tire Town's online contact form. These services generally cost $80 per hour for labor.
Tire Town Automotive Repair
An ASE–certified technician with 35 years of automotive experience leads the crew at Tire Town Automotive Repair. At any given time within the garage’s eight service bays, there might be one mechanic repairing signal lights, another performing brake checks, and a third refitting cup holders for Super Big Gulps. On the retail end, hundreds of tires by Toyo Tire, Michelin, and Goodyear share display space with high-performance go-karts.