Huntsville Oil Change Coupons

Midas Huntsville - Three Oil Changes, Three Tire Rotations, and One 25-Point Inspection

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They say that when life hands you lemons you should make lemonade, but if you're driving a lemon, you should just try to make it to a good mechanic. Take care of your car with today's deal from Midas Huntsville, where $50 will get you three full-service oil changes, three complete tire rotations, and a 25-point inspection (a $150 value). Regular automotive maintenance is a smart move for safety reasons, but it also makes your car more efficient -- an appealing quality with gas prices going through the roof. The folks at Midas will change up to five quarts of your auto's oil, inspect the air filter, and check the levels of vital fluids for brakes, power steering, automatic transmission, and coolant. Plus, they'll keep your tires treading smoothly and give your vehicle a thorough inspection from the headlights to the tail pipe. Head to Leeman Ferry Road with this deal, and sweeten those sour car troubles with a spoonful of savings.



Oil Change Coupons

Is your car over due for an oil change? Most auto manufacturer recommend an oil change every 3,000 miles. Search our site for oil change coupons near your city.

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Time for Oil Change?

Is it time for an oil change? Don't let your engine run on dirty oil. Increase your mileage with fresh clean oil or use synthetic oil to further boost fuel efficiency. Ask your local Mechanic for more details on the benefits of Synthetic Oil vs. Regular Oil.


Recycle Used Oil

If you're changing your own oil (DIY), remember to recycle your oil. You can often find auto shops near by that will take your used oil for free. Depending on where you live, your city might allow you to put used oil on the curb for collection.