What You'll Get
Unless you habitually bury half-full juice boxes for later sipping, plunging a pickax into the backyard rarely results in liquid gold. Strike it rich three times over with today's Groupon: for $40, you get three full-service oil changes at Vickers Auto Rental and Repair (a $104.22 value). This Groupon comes with an extended two-year expiration date, giving autos ample time to go in for the first of your semiannual oil swaps. After the first oil change, customers have one year to use the remaining two.
Drawing on 30 years of experience, Vickers Auto Rental and Repair rewards autos for their dedicated service with a detailed professional inspection coupled with a filter change and a 5-quart oil refill. The service includes the oil and house-brand filter, though you can opt to pay the difference for additional and specialty supplies. After a short while, the friendly fluid fixers will have your ride purring like the well-stroked chinny chin chin of a high-performance piglet. Though the three oil changes are nontransferable, vehicles coexisting in the same household may split the trio of oil transfusions among themselves.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jun 14, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per household, may buy multiple as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Extra fee for full synthetic oil, special filters and fluids. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Vickers Auto Rental and Repair
The staff at Vickers Auto Rental and Repair knows that most people don’t have a contingency plan for when their cars break down. So, rather than let their clients fend for themselves when disaster strikes, the team offers short- and long-term car rentals to keep clients rolling until their own wheels are back on the road. This level of customer service epitomizes all of Vickers’ repair services, whether techs are simply aligning wheels or overhauling the transmission. Technicians can fix a range of foreign and domestic makes and models, allowing them to tackle most vehicles that are brought in for repairs or that are left in the lot after the qualifying round of a monster-truck derby.