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“A real lifesaver for a working mom…”

If you’re like most people, you’d rather not waste hours of time getting your car maintained or repaired. That’s why so many people are responding to CarCare To Go with reviews like the one below.

CarCare To Go brings modern convenience and simplicity to car repair. They combine the quality and trust of a full-service shop with a uniquely transparent process, plus free valet pick-up and delivery from your home or work.

I cannot recommend CarCare To Go enough! At first it felt very strange that they were arranging complimentary valet etc — definitely seemed too good to be true and I was waiting for the catch to come into play. But it really truly was all true and was a real lifesaver for a working mom who did not have the time to drive and wait for an inspection during the work week or on the weekend with an overactive toddler. I worked with Roxy who was AMAZING and communicated regularly and clearly with me at just the right times in just the right intervals. I felt very informed while being able to focus my time and attention elsewhere. Efficient, friendly, professional! Would definitely use them again. — Elise C.

CarCare To Go is so confident that you’ll love their new service and come back for more, that they’re offering first-time clients an oil change for just $20.22. No catch. Synthetic or blend for any make or model car. Just enter coupon code FIRST20 when you book. And the valet and a light hand clean are completely free.

And this month only, if you buy three tires, the fourth one is free. All major brands are available.

Of course, CarCare To Go does much more than oil changes and new tires. They are a full-service shop that does everything from brake pad and rotor replacements to the most complicated engine replacements.

You’ll wonder why you ever took care of your car any other way.

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