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Technicians change conventional, semi synthetic and full synthetic oil to keep engines running smoothly and longevity.
Semi Synthetic blend
Top off Fluids
Check Air Pressure
Service takes approximate 45 Minutes
Full Synthetic Oil
Mechanic's are: ASE Certified
Waiting Area with TV & complimentary drinks
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Family owned and operated AAA auto repair company, opened in 1962, offers fast and reliable oil change services performed by certified tech
Full Synthetic Engine Oil Service Includes changing the oil and filter, setting all fluid levels and tire pressures and maintenance reminder reset. A comprehensive Digital multi Point Inspection will be emailed and texted to you.
Two Vouchers for Full Synthetic Engine Oil Service Includes changing the oil and filter, setting all fluid levels and tire pressures and maintenance reminder reset. A comprehensive Digital multi Point Inspection will be emailed and texted to you.
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. May be repurchased every 180 days. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. All goods or services must be used by the same person. Up to 5 quarts of oil. Not applicable with other promotions. Additional charges may apply for select European vehicles. Additional charge for extra quarts, exclusions may apply, call for details. Appointment required. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services. Offer is not eligible for our promo codes or other discounts.
Oil Change - Full Service
Automotive techs clean cabin interiors, ensuring seats, carpets, and consoles look and smell fresh
Technicians travel to clients and swap out cracked or broken windshields with brand new glass
Mobile Windshield Replacement
Techs perform state-required safety inspections to prevent accidents and emission inspections to keep the air clean
Car Safety Inspection Package
From the merchant: Qualified technicians provide you a PA State Safety & Emission Inspection along with a 27 Point courtesy check .
Vehicles sparkle and shine after techs scrub away dirt and grim, stripping off old wax, shining tires, and even removing brake dust
Exterior details include: a wash, stripping off of old wax, hand wax, high-pressure cleaning of tires and rims, exterior window cleaning, tire shine, and removal of brake dust.
Exterior Auto Detail
Experienced technicians make sure vehicles run smoothly by aligning wheels, test-driving cars, and ensuring proper balance
Most cars only received alignments on their front two wheels up until 30 years ago. Read on to find out why that changed.
Many mechanics spend their days tinkering with cameras, though they have no portrait portfolio to show for it. That’s because computerized wheel-alignment equipment typically relies on four high-tech camera systems mounted around the wheels. Instead of snapping pictures, each camera maps its own location, noting the angle of its designated wheel and axle in relation to its three counterparts. From these measurements, automotive technicians can determine if and where alignments are needed, be it adjusting a positive camber—when the wheel angles too far out from the center of the vehicle—or fiddling with a negative caster, which occurs when the steering axis pivots to the front of the car. Techs also inspect the wheel’s toe; if the two front tires are closer together than the back tires, this is known as toe-in (imagine a pigeon-toed car), while the opposite is called toe-out (bowlegged). When not angled correctly, the suspension and steering systems can cause a range of problems, from simply wearing down tires to inhibiting the car from driving in a straight line.
Prior to around 1980, the majority of vehicles only received alignment on their front wheels, leaving the back rollers to fend for themselves. Yet, with the influx of four-wheel-drive vehicles came the necessity for all-wheel alignments. Today, 44% of cars receive four-wheel alignments, and though more expensive than their front-end or rear-axle thrust-angle predecessors, the service is a definite necessity for any car with four-wheel drive or an adjustable rear suspension.
Premium The Works car wash includes a high-pressure wash, hot wax, Rain-X treatment, paint conditioner, and clear-coat protectant
"The Works" Car Washes
Experienced staff make sure cars are up to the state’s safety and emission standards for the year
Safety and Emission Inspection
Techs conduct emissions test and auto inspection to ensure cars are in line with state-compliance rules
Cleaner cars make for cleaner air. Learn how catalytic converters help with Groupon’s guide.
A car’s engine is a dirty place, and it produces even dirtier exhaust. Vapors exit the combustion chamber carrying a nasty trio of smog promoters: nitrogen oxides, hydrocarbons, and carbon monoxide. As these pollutants barrel through the exhaust manifold (the set of tubes that feeds exhaust from each cylinder into the exhaust pipe), there’s only one thing standing between them and the innocent air outside: the three-way catalytic converter.
Situated just before the muffler, the converter is home to honeycombed ceramic cores coated with some combination of platinum, rhodium, and palladium—three rare metals that interact with the main components of the pollutants. When exhaust enters, the metals trigger chemical reactions that heat the gasses and rearrange their molecules. Under their influence, nitrogen oxides splinter into pure oxygen and nitrogen, while hydrocarbons and carbon monoxide are oxidized into less-harmful carbon dioxide and simple water. Since their introduction during the 1975 model year, these unseen cleaners have made air more breathable and much tastier: the EPA estimates that cars built today are 98% cleaner than their counterparts from the 1960s.
State Inspection & Emission Test
Technicians keeps vehicles’ engines running properly with a new helping of synthetic-blend or synthetic oil
If you’re not sure which kind of oil to choose, browse Groupon’s rundown of the three main options.
Motor oil is integral to your engine’s performance—it keeps parts moving friction-free, prevents the engine’s temperature from getting too high, and cleans the engine as it circulates. After so many miles on the road, however, oil breaks down. When this happens, it’s up to you to choose the type of motor oil you want to refresh your engine.
Regular, or conventional, motor oil is made from petroleum pumped from the ground. Oil refineries process this crude oil into various thicknesses, with thinner oils reserved for car engines and gas tanks. Unavoidable natural impurities and creepy fossils occur in regular motor oil, which is why owner’s manuals recommend an oil change every few thousand miles as these impurities build up in the form of "sludge."
Synthetic oil, as the name implies, is the result of manmade processes designed to produce the most efficient lubricant possible. Most synthetics are born from natural oil and then purified at the molecular level. Since its molecules are all the same size, synthetic oil maintains its viscosity better in extreme temperatures than regular motor oil, helping engines purr even in the darkest days of winter. Synthetic oil also lasts longer than its counterpart and can prolong the life of an engine. However, it also costs two to three times more than regular motor oil per oil change.
Semi-synthetic or synthetic-blend oil combines regular and synthetic oils, producing a lubricant with many of the same benefits as synthetic oil at a lower cost. Drivers can also switch between synthetic and regular motor oils without doing damage to their car’s engine.
A Lincoln MKT Crossover, which seats five people or three people and four large bags, brings people to and from PHL and EWR
Chauffeurs carry passengers to and from the airport in a clean Lincoln MKT Crossover.
Technicians keep cars cool and valuables out of site by applying tinted films over five windows
Up to 5 windows behind the driver may be tinted; windshields, passenger-side and driver-side windows are excluded by law
Complete Window Tinting
Knowledgeable technician ensures that the vehicle is in optimal condition and is safe to drive
Technicians install a one-button remote starter with bypass unit to any vehicle; ideal for winter conditions
Many deals include a bypass-module installation, but some do not. If this deal does not cover a bypass-module installation and your car needs one, then there could be additional costs. Learn more in our guide to remote car starters.
One-Button Remote Car Starter
ASE-certified mechanics use Mobil products to keep engines running smoothly, rotate tires to ensure even wear and longevity
The V.I.P. package includes:
If you haven’t recently had your tires rotated, you shouldn’t skip this step. Read on to learn exactly why.
In the long run, a near miss can cause as much trouble as a full-on fender bender. Each time you slam on the brakes, your front tires take a hit, and, already bearing the brunt of the car’s weight, they wear down a little faster than their rear counterparts. But by rotating tires every 5,000 miles or with every oil change, car owners can maintain an egalitarian workload and ensure that each tire takes a crack at all four wheel positions. This even distribution will pay off in the long run, as it reduces tread wear across all the wheels and keeps drivers from hydroplaning—which they can do even at moderate speed given as little as 10 millimeters of water on the road.
Not all cars and tires are the same, so mechanics exercise caution when performing a rotation. They should always start by checking the owner’s manual as well as the tire manufacturer for recommendations and requirements for rotation patterns. For instance, staggered wheels—or those with bigger front tires—cannot be moved from front to back, and unidirectional wheels can’t shift from side to side. But, no matter the make or model of the car, tires need to be rotated regularly, if not for the sake of safety, then at least to preserve the validity of tire-mileage warranties.
Oil Changes and Tire Rotation
ASE-certified techs change used-up oil to keep engines running smoothly, and bolster safety and longevity with tire rotations
An oil change is recommended every 3,000 miles or when the oil in the engine starts to gurgle out of the air-conditioning ducts. Keep your car humming with this voucher.
Each oil change package includes up to 5 quarts of Shell synthetic-blend oil, a new oil filter valued at up to $20, and a tire rotation.
Auto techs check over motorcycle components to ensure rides pass state inspection; 5,000-mile inspection includes oil change
The motorcycle state inspection covers components such as the suspension, steering, tires and wheels, electrical and exhaust systems, and chassis, and it includes a road test.
Oil-change packages keep cars running safe strong with tire rotation and maintenance service
An oil change keeps all the parts of an engine moving smoothly. Peek under the hood with us to see why they need constant lubrication.
Beneath the guttural rumble of a car engine is an incredible amount of force. As soon as you step on the gas, fuel vapor mixed with air begins exploding, driving metal pistons in and out of chambers where temperatures regularly hit 3,000 degrees Fahrenheit. This enclosed system of pistons propelled by direct contact with burning gas defines an internal-combustion engine. (There is such a thing as an external-combustion engine, in which the heat is produced from outside the cylinder—as in the old-fashioned steam engines that people in the past used to make trains look extra friendly, for instance.)
The internal-combustion engine under the hood of the typical car completes its cycle in four stages, or strokes. First, fuel and air fill the cylinder as the piston drops. As the piston returns to the top of the cylinder, it (2) compresses the fuel mixture before (3) a spark from the spark plug ignites the mixture, the force of the explosion pressing the piston back down. Finally, the cylinder rises once more to push out the exhaust. As the crankshaft at the base of the pistons is kept turning by this constant cycle, it drives the rotation of the transmission, which applies all that power in a controlled fashion to the axles and, finally, sends you speeding down the road.
Oil Changes or State Inspection