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Rev up Your Engine for Lovers & Lube This Thursday at Twin Peaks

Couples will get down and dirty repairing their cars.
  • WHAT: First ever Lovers & Lube car maintenance class will be hosted by Express Auto technicians.
  • WHO: Seven couples will take a crash course on car-care basics, alongside the Twin Peaks staff and a live radio remote from Mega 104.3FM.
  • WHEN: 7AM-8AM Thursday, February 13th.
  • WHERE: Twin Peaks parking lot on 2135 E Camelback Rd.

The “check engine” light is on; a burst radiator hose has steam billowing out of a car hood; a vehicle’s battery is dead. For seven lucky couples on the morning of February 13th these annoyances will no longer be an issue. Express Auto will be offering a free, hand’s-on auto basics training course on Valentine’s Day Eve. This class serves as a reminder that lovers who stay loyal, toil in the oil. The sweethearts will look under the hood and learn how to prevent hoses from bursting when fluids get a little too hot to contain. The technicians will also teach the couples to gauge tire pressure for desired firmness, because nobody wants a messy blowout on the freeway.
The couples will be trained by certified technicians in the Twin Peaks parking lot on 22nd Street and Camelback Rd, from 7-8AM.
The course is geared to keep relationships and cars running smoothly. Couples will receive one year’s worth of concierge service from Express Auto, dinner to Twin Peaks, and tickets to the Super Love Jam, in addition to other prizes.
Manic the Hispanic from Mega 104.3 FM will be airing a live radio broadcast from the location, and the charming Twin Peaks servers will be there to help individuals sign up for Express Auto’s Concierge Service and take the chill out of the cool morning air (with hot coffee).
The package includes quick, quality care for Valley motorists stranded in Phoenix and its surrounding areas, no matter what time of day it is. The technicians will come to clients for only $19.95 a month and the five trucks in the fleet even carry extra car batteries and parts to fix many problems onsite, which prevents towing costs.

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