Fastech Performance: $19 for Tire Repair or $40 for a Tune-Up (Up to 53% Off)
Today’s Groupon Edmonton Daily Deal of the Day: Fastech Performance: $19 for Tire Repair or $40 for a Tune-Up (Up to 53% Off)
Buy now from only $
Discount Up to 53% Off
With today’s Groupon great deal to Fastech Performance, for only $19, you can get Tire Repair or $40 for a Tune-Up! That’s a saving up to 53% Off! You may buy 1 vouchers for yourself and 1 as gifts & the vouchers Expires 90 days after purchase.
Choose Between Two Options:
C$19 for tire repair (C$38.57 value)
- Fixing of the tire
- Reset of the TPMS
- Installation of plug patches
C$40 for a tire tune-up (C$85 value)
- Road-force balancing
- Check air pressure
- Report tread depth
- Reset the tire-pressure light
This is a limited time offer while quantities last so don’t miss out!
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In a Nutshell
Tires wear more easily when unbalanced, so get a repair or tune-up
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Appointment required, same day appointments accepted. Valid only for option purchased. TPMS for reset and handling is $10 per tire (TPMS is not included with this Groupon). If vehicle equipped with Run Flat Tires, additional charge will occur. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. All goods or services must be used by the same person. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
4726 97 Street Northwest
Edmonton, AB T6E 4W8
Tire Rotation: Safely Rolling Along
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 10,000 kms 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.
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