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  • Submitted by insert_cock_here on Jun 23, 12 at 10:35am

    That shit shoulda been FREE!

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    Submitted by ly0ntamer on Jun 23, 12 at 9:24pm

    I have my own shop here at the house and still take my car in to get the oil changed. Unless its a part of another repair I'm not doing it!

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    Submitted by Aria924 on Jun 24, 12 at 7:22pm

    Hey at least they gave you a discount (Aria

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    Submitted by Cross on Jun 23, 12 at 1:09pm

    The half pricing should depend on how good the weed was. Also, you don't know how to change your own oil?

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      Submitted by GetOffMyLawn on Jun 23, 12 at 2:38pm

      Frequently, people who live in apartments aren't allowed to change their oil in the parking lot, or on the street. You also need space to store the tools to do the job (wrenches, ramps, jack, jack stands) and a convenient place to take the used oil to dispose of it. More trouble than it's worth for lots of people. If I didn't love wrenching on cars I'd pay someone else to do it.

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        Submitted by HailCaeser on Jun 23, 12 at 3:54pm

        My sentiments excatly

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        Submitted by Cross on Jun 23, 12 at 10:44pm

        Explaining that way makes sense. I've always known how to take care of a car, and changing oil is the basics. I lived in an apartment complex for several years and worked on my car in the garage without incident. Guess I just made an assumption. My apologies. =D

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    Submitted by nitro420 on Jun 24, 12 at 9:51pm

    I'm an experienced mechanic now in another part of the auto industry and i do take my car in occasionally for oil changes, but bring in my own oil and filter. Sometimes it's worth it to pay someone $25 to get dirty and dispose of the oil without me needing to clean the driveway. Even if you put cardboard down invariably one drop manages to spill anyways

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    Submitted by hhharaldson on Jun 3, 15 at 5:06pm

    Proud to be Montanan