Danna in Bozeman, MT Excessive Oil Leak
took my car to the Bozeman, Montana Jiffy Lube twice. The
first time I was told that I had an excessive oil leak.
Odd, I thought, I didn't ever see any oil under my car.
This resulted in an (expensive) trip to the mechanic, who
assured me he didn't see any problems. I returned a
second time, and was again told that my oil upon arrival
was extremely low (ironic, cause I checked it five minutes
before reaching there.) I've since heard stories about
the same shop forgetting to put oil in cars, and so using
this "excuse" to cover themselves. I will never return.
Go to Speedy Lube!
 Danesha in Wakefield, NC Car
On 7/31/10 I went to the Jiffy
Lube in Wakefield, NC to get my oil change. What turn out
to be a simple process turn into mayhem. The total cost
for a oil change was around $44. One of the employees kept
walking around like he was lost. So I drive off in my kar
and it sounds normal. 3 hours later as im driving to work
my car stalls at a stop light(my car use to stall a month
prior but I fix it) so I drive my car off the road in the
nick of time because it shut offs completly(thats never
happen before). So I kept my car of for about 10 minutes
and I attempt to drive it to work. Fortunately I make it
to work but 20 mins late(seeing I had to take a route
where i didnt have to make a turn in fearing my car would
die again). So I get off work 7 hours later praying my car
would start and go and my car sputters VERY badly
something it has NEVER done before and then it dies AGAIN.
I have to sit in an empty parking lot(i work nights) for
another 10 mins before my car works again(but still a
little shaky) and I haul ass home before I get stranded in
the middle of the road. My car work perfectly fine before
I went to Jiffy Lube and I will nver go there again!
Laura in Perris, CA Additional Products
I recently went to a Jiffy Lube in
Perris, CA located on Ramona Parkway. The reason I stopped
was because I was driving through Perris and saw your oil
change special and decided to stop. I had to wait almost
before they looked at my car, but it was busy so I went to
grab some lunch. When I got back, I heard owners of 2 cars
ahead of me who were told they needed radiator caps. When
I went to talk to your service writer, low and behold - I
was told a story about needing a radiator cap. I was told
I needed windshield wipers, because mine were torn. Seems
odd, since just that morning I used the wipers and they
were fine. When I left Jiffy Lube, the passenger side was
torn half off. Yeah, now I need blades, but after going to
your shop I will go anywhere BUT Jiffy Lube to get them.
Was it because I was a lone woman, or because I just
wanted the oil changed. I am going to one of those
investigative news reporters and ask them!
Serpentine Belt Scam
At my last visit to Jiffy Lube, I was
told my serpentine belt was cracked and needed to be
replaced right away. I did not replace it there but went
to my mechanic who could not find anything wrong with the
belt but the oil stick was broken so badly that he could
not do an accurate reading of the oil level. Needless to
say I will never go to Jiffy lube again and am very happy
to tell everyone about my experience.
Luis in Austin, TX Transmission Problems
On 7-16-2010 I took my car to
Jiffy Lube in Ohlen rd and 183 in Austin Texas for a oil
change. While there the store manager talked me into a air
filter change and a transmission oil change. 2 and 1/2
hours later the manager apologizes and tells me that they
had made a mistake and added the wrong additive to my
transmission and they had to do it over. I asked if
everything was ok now and he said most definitely.
Left there to drive to my job. 20 minute drive
straight shot on the highway. I noticed from time to time a skip on
the transmission and the RPMs sometimes would get really high.
Something was wrong. I was planing to call them as soon as I got to
work but I was almost late to work I couldn't turn around. I get to
work, have to stop at the gate and when I went to take off my car
barely moved. I was really worry by now. I parked and heard a "clank,
clank, clank". Tried to reverse and the car wouldn't move.
Called the manager (Tyler) who did not act
surprised at all and asked me to call AMMCO. Have them look at it and
call him and let him know what is wrong. AMMCO closes at 6 so i knew
nothing would be done that day and I was going to be stuck without a
way to get home or get to work. I do not have a credit card to rent a
vehicle so I called Tyler again and explained. Had to ask a coworker
for a ride to Enterprise, take a few hours off at work and after a few
hours was able to arrange a rental vehicle which was directly billed
to Jiffy Lube.
Saturday spoke with Jose at AMMCO who
explained to me that the transmission was dry and because of it it
heated up and welded itself together. He had faxed a quote to Tyler
and was waiting on response to get working on the car.
Next week went by and I never heard from
anyone. Friday I called AMMCO and asked Jose if he had heard from
Jiffylube and he said that Thur afternoon he got the ok from them to
fix the transmission. So far no one from Jiffylube had called me. Very
stressful week not knowing what is going to happen. I was upset and
sent an email to corporate jiffylube.
Sat 7-24, Mark (regional manager for Jiffylube)
calls me and apologizes for the lack of communication and tells me
they will reimburse my $158.00
Tue 7-27 Tyler calls me and leaves me a
message to call him. I tried calling him twice and was not able to
speak to him,
Today is 7-29. They still have not refunded my
$158.00 I am still driving a rental. I am worry about the
transmission. I am also worry what any other damages could have
happened from driving the car like that. I know it was getting hot
that day while I was getting to work and it had never gotten hot
before. I mean, the car was great. i never had a problem. I just went
in for a oil change, that was it. This has been a horrible and
stressful experience. Since this happened my stress level has my
stomach turning and throwing up worrying. Without a car I could not
keep my job I need help.
Bully Sales People
The last two times I went to Jiffy
Lube at two different locations I had the same experience.
Young guys who have become "bully sales people" come from
an inspection of the car with a list of things that MUST
be done. In one case the recommendation amounted to $
640,00 dollars. I said, no, no, no... just change the oil
and filter and went to the window to watch them do it
because I did not trust them. The second time was the same
bully approach. NOT GOING THERE ANY LONGER!!! I hope they
 Liette in Ottawa, ON Better to
Laugh Than to Cry
On Sunday, June 27, 2010, I got a
flat tire - on Monday, June 28, 2010, I called CAA,
Canadian Automobile Association. A man named Jos came to
help me. As he left, he noticed my veterans' licence plate
and said:"Thank you for defending our country." What a
sweet, patriotic man! I drove to Jiffy Auto Service #126,
52 McArthur Ave., Ottawa, ON K1L 6P9. - My Visa bill
amounted to $671.54 with all the recommended add-ons. My
car is a 1999 Ford Escort but has less than 15,000 kms.
Today, Tuesday, June 29, 2010, I got another flat tire -
same left front tire - called CAA again and asked for Jos,
the same man who had come yesterday; he removed the flat
tire and replaced it with the small temporary one as he
had done yesterday and I returned to Jiffy and had the
flat tire repaired again. Jiffy's manager said the
mechanic had made a mistake yesterday and had worked on
the right front tire instead of the flat left front tire.
My father always said,"it's better to laugh than
James in Sarasota, FL Forgot to Replace
At the Jiffy Lube in Sarasota on 41,
my Mom was charged 125.00 for a new belt and oil change. 5
minutes after she left, the temp light came on, a first.
The temp had reached 280! Luckily she pulled over, and
took it back the next day. This is when I saw the most
unbelievable thing ever. I saw that the radiator cap was
off when they opened the hood. Both men quietly glanced at
each other and tried to distract me from the car. The
poured a gallon of fluid in both the coolant tank and
radiator and the managers quote was, "Wow, this is bone
No kidding! That's what happens when you don't
put caps on major engine parts...
 Lisa in
Santa Clara, CA Oil Leak
I arrived at the store today and the
place was pretty busy at 11AM. I was asked if I needed
an oil change by another worker and told him I need to
speak to D. Jackson. I was approached by D. Jackson and
told him how upset I was that this was my 3rd visit back
to his location since July 16th. My truck has been
leaking oil every since this oil change took place, and
did not leak any oil before hand. A few days ago I went
back after the original oil change on 7/16, and was told
that oil collected in my oil pan and it was squirted down
with water, and I was sent on my way. There was no
ammendement made to the original work order(943073)
documenting this incident, and that water was sprayed to
clean it up. The same assistant who did the squirt
down was working today as well.
After receiving the call from D.Jackson from the
the call I placed to the customer service line. He said to meet him at
11AM Saturday. I spoke to my husband in Idaho and we decided it
best for my son and I to climb under the truck, and place a thick
manila folder under the oil pan/washer area to collect any leaking
oil, and to be able to bring this to D. Jackson's attention.
This morning (Saturday) I checked the folder and
found something to bring to D. Jackson (see attached manila
folder picture) Before my appointment at 11am my father and I
decided to go under the truck ourselves, and take a look at the
washer/oil pan. From the first set of pictures sent in the first
email you will see a tattered rubber washer that has an "M" not a new
washer, and worn on the sides. I have several shots of this included
from various angles/closeness. I showed D. Jackson these pictures
immediately, and included printed copies to him to see of the washer
problem. Based on the tattered washer and only 84 miles from the
original oil change it seems to me that this was caused by over
tightinging of the drain plug.
He then took the truck to in BAY13 for
inspection. I could not enter since I had unsafe footwear. D.
Jackson allowed my father to go under neath. M father said that the
area in which these men work was very sloppy.
During this inspection with my father present D.
Jackson stated that there was a "rear main seal leaking" and that was
the reason for my oil leaking. My oil was not leaking before
7/16/10. The oil that is leaking is brand new oil/clean and not
contaminated in any way.
D. Jackson came back from the under the bay and
reported this as a problem and this was the reason for my oil
leaking. During this discussion he also volunteered to tell me
that if I were to go to court to "sue" them I would more than likely
lose, since changing oil from his standpoint does not cause that kind
of problem (rear oil leak). D. Jackson was inappropriate brining up
court/suing when no one even brought this up. I told him that he was
in appropriate and should not say things like this in front of
onlooking customers and to me directly. I was told that he did not
care what he said and he was "confident" about what he has his
customers hearing. I was appalled at his comments/demeanor. He told
me that he had plenty of business and did over 1,000 oil
changes......I suppose I am just a number between 1- 1000.
I was told they changed the washer/plug and I
suppose topped of the oil. I asked him for the old washer he went
back into the bay, and brought up one of them which was not mine shown
in first photos. dark one no markings) I told him that is not the
original since I had the pictures with me of the first one. Then he
went back into the bay and brought another one up that also was not
the one he took off see photograph of (M12) My original washer did
not have M12 and was scuffed up. He said it was the right one. He
is not correct based on my photographs.
After this the workers also brought my truck
around as though the process was finished to side the of the building
with my keys in the truck ready for me to drive off. Suddenly one of
the workers came back and moved my truck back into the bay. I could
see from where I was standing that the skid plate was not placed back
on my truck. I confronted D. Jackson, and asked why they drove my
truck out ready to send me on my way again, and why the pulled back
real fast to put the skid plate back on. I observed this D. Jackson
was the one putting it back on. In other words he forgot to put the
skid plate back on and almost sent me on my way without it. This is
The truck was driven back around with keys in
ignition after the forgotten skid plate was put back on. I had to
ask D. Jackson for an ammendment to the work being done for my
records, and this was not offered by him . He then called me inside
the cashiers area and showed me the computer screen and asked if
everything was documented. It was not documented that parts were
given back to me, that a sealant was used, and no report of the plug
shown in pictures was tattered. He asked me if there something I
wanted him to add, and there were several customers in the waiting
area. I said to him " Yes, put in the comments about going to court"
He said, I will not do that. I said to him, "You need to correct how
you deal with customers, and how you talk". He told me that he had
over 10 yrs. experience. I left it at that..........
Betty in Middletown, OH Bait & Switch
Upon taking my car to Jiffy lube in
MIDDLETOWN, OHIO I was told the oil change would be
$21.95. After the car was pulled into the garage and the
oil dripping out I was then told the price more than
doubled. It was only after I insisted and practically had
to argue w/the manager in front of other customers that
the Jiffy Lube manager finally backed down and handed me
coupons and I left after paying the quoted price of
$21.95.....What a headache that I didn’t need and I too
WILL NEVER GO BACK TO A JIFFY LUBE. COUPONS OR NO COUPONS!
WHAT JERKS! Aren’t there any HONEST companies out there
 Raymond in Warminster, PA Forgot to
Replace Oil Cap
21, 2010 went to Jiffy Lube in Warminster, PA. Later
that afternoon I saw steam coming from under the hood of
my KIA Optima. The temperature gauge on the
dashboard was normal and the antifreeze coolant under the
hood was full. A brown liquid was all over the right
front of my car.
Pulled into a KIA
dealership and an after hours mechanic popped the hood and noticed
right away they'd left the oil cap off, Took it to Jiffy lube
and the Asst. Manager on duty knew exactly where to look and found the
cap inside the engine compartment. Still, three days later,
attempting to get the cover under the hood back on and there is still
some squeaking when I start up.
They said they put 1
1/2 quarts in and I had bought one quart on the way to Jiffy Lube.
Ninety degree plus day driving around town and to a night job total 10
hours without a cap.
Mamie in CT Engine Flush Destroys Engine
On 5/11/10 my son brought our
car (a 2005 jaguar w/65,000 miles) to jiffy lube for an
oil change. He was told the car needed an engine flush. He
said okay. The car was driven home (about 15 miles) to
work the next and home again (10 miles) and that night my
daughter drove the car to visit a friend ( 5 miles) On her
way home @ 11:00 pm ,on a very rural back road, the
engine seized. We are very fortunate that she had cell
phone service where she was. My husband picked her up. He
called jiffy lube in the morning, as is was obvious that
something had gone wrong with the oil change. Someone came
out from J.L. They said it wasn't their fault.
My husband found this website and knew it was the flush
that had caused the problem. My son called the owner of
the franchise and was told to "GET OVER IT!" He was
not about to give up..........He called our ct state
attorney general's office, The dept of motor vehicles
complaints dept, every news channel and newspaper. He
gathered info on small claims court. He called Shell oil
and the makers of gum out (the chemical used in the
flushing). Then he called the owner again and told him
what he had done & that he had 2 days to get back to us
with a plan to fix our car or we would move forward with
our plan. Two days later he said his insurance company
would be in touch.
An agent from Chubb insurance did contact us the
following week. The long and the short of it is we were
without a car for 5 weeks. After 5 weeks and several
experts looking at the car Chubb finally said we could
have a rental and the engine replaced. We got our car back
on 7/13/10. This was such a stressful experience. If this
happens to you stand up to them with everything you
can think to threaten them with and maybe your outcome
will be like ours.
i would appreciate any help you can
give to get this problem resolved. We have contacted Shell
Oil via your site and would like to go to court if we get
 Jo Ann in Stone Mountain, GA
Forgot to Replace Oil
27th 2010, I took my car to Jiffy Lube in Stone Mountain,
GA for a regular oil change as I have done many times
before. I was planning on going away the next weekend so I
wanted to make sure my car was serviced before I hit the
road. Okay so I leave on July 2nd, come back on the 5th
and everything seemed fine.
On July 9, 2010 while driving to work, I hear a knocking
in my engine. I took it to a JL closest to my job and they
told me that I had absolutely no oil in my car. I was in
shock. They were helpful in telling me that I need to file
a claim and that JL (they're own company) needs to replace
my engine. So, they topped it off so I could take it back
to the original JL in Stone Mtn.
When I got to the JL in Stone Mtn, they checked it again,
drained out the oil that the other JL put in and added new
oil. Still, there was a knocking in the engine. So I
filed a claim, had my car towed to Mazda. Mazda says it
was due to no oil in the vehicle. So JL cust svce sent an
inspector to confirm this. Cust. Svce called me and said
Mazda did not tear the engine down enough (a lie) and the
inspector wasnt satisfied enough and would have to come
back. Mazda told me that they showed the inspector what
they found. The inspector then asked them for the repair
order and left. So now JL is stauling and I have a 2006
Mazda 5 that drove like a dream before all this...mind you
I've only had this car for a year...sitting in a repair
I have no rental, getting rides to work from family
members everyday. This is totally unfair! Why can't they
just own up to their responsibility and fix my car!? I
will sue them to the full extent if this is not rectified.
 Marie in Randolph, MA
Forgot to Replace Oil
Oil leak following an oil change two weeks ago.
Because the schedule is convenient, I went for an oil change at the
Jiffy Lube in Randolph, MA. There was nothing wrong with my Ford
Taurus until after the oil change. I thought the oil in my driveway
was from my son's car because he and I don't always park in the same
spots. Then my son told me that it's not his car. So I went back to
the Jiffy Lube this morning to have them check and make sure that the
oil cap was tightened. (They had in the past cracked the oil cover
but didn't fix the problem until my son went back for me. I'm a female
customer.) So I was told this morning by the person I assume is the
manager that there was no engine oil in the Ford and that "the oil pan
gasket" and "valve cover gasket" were leaking. I asked him why they
weren't leaking before the oil change two weeks ago and he said that I
needed to take the car to a mechanic. I asked him whether these parts
were handled during the oil change and he said "no". I can't believe
he said that the car had no oil in it. And if... The guy was pretty
courteous, but I don't trust Jiffy Lube and will never go back for an
oil change. If my mechanic says that "yes" Jiffy Lube had to handle
the oil pan gasket and valve cover gasket when they did the oil change
two weeks ago, I will hold them responsible for any damage.
Convenient hours of operation but lousy service. Thanks for exposing
them for what they are.
Rex in Franklin, TN Need the Right Tools
Lexus RX 350 is ready for an oil change. The last time I
had it done at Lexus since I had a recall notice. The
prior time I used Jiffy Lube. When I had it done at
Lexus, they told me there was damage done with the prior
filter change which required them to replace an element
and gasket because it was leaking. Lexus told me that
this happens frequently because oil change places don't
have the proper equipment to work on these type vehicles.
They didn't charge me for the repair since the car is so
new, but I hesitate to have my oil change done at Jiffy.
The question---Can your company handle my car, or all cars
for that matter, and have the proper tools to do so. I
had this done at the Jiffy Lube on Hwy 96 (Murphreesboro
Rd.) in Franklin, Tn. I know of one on Carruthers Rd in
Brentwood which is in the area. But, I have to feel good
about the technical skills of the employees and the
adequate availability of tools to complete the task. Do I
need to go to Lexus to have this done right? Or, can
Jiffy do it jiffy for me?
Joseph in York, PA Drained Wrong Oil
A buddy of mine recently purchased a slightly
used 2007 Subaru Tribeca from a reputable new/used car dealer (http://www.applesubaru.com/)
with only a few dozen miles until the warranty expired. Clean title
and the thing looks mint.
He took it to Jiffy Lube to get the oil changed
every 3k miles and was pleased with the service, speed and pricing.
Now just prior to the warranty expiring, the car
started to have a very quiet ticking sound when accelerating. Thirty
hours later a front drive shaft broke. Dealer said there was no fluid
in the front differential (also broken). Two technicians at the
dealer said they see this thing all the time. Apparently ‘quicky’ oil
change shops accidently drain the front diff instead of the engine
because the plugs are so close and similar. Normally they notice the
engine is overfilled and the problem is corrected… normally. Because
there was no oil in the diff his damages are not covered by the
He explained the situation to Jiffy Lube and was
met with resistance. “No way it could have traveled that far without
fluid in the front diff”. The dealer said it’s very possible so Jiffy
Lube brought in a 3rd party investigator which resulted in
the same conclusion. Unfortunately WHO/WHAT drained the front diff is
impossible to know so Jiffy Lube refused to pay for the repair. After
much harassment the owner offered to purchase him a used front diff
from a junk yard or $600 toward the repair. The repair estimate was
Although it was something, Jiffy Lube caused the
problem and he rightly felt they should pay for the entire repair. He
contacted two attorneys, the BBB and the Attorney General.
Unfortunately the dealer changed their original statement and said
they never seen this type of failure before and the car couldn’t have
driven that many miles without oil. The attorneys said there was no
case unless he could prove Jiffy Lube drained the oil. When the
dealer’s technicians were confronted they said it is company policy
and although sorry for changing their story there was nothing they
The final bill was $3600.
 Mark in
Longview, WA Work Not Done
I took my 1997 chevy suburban to the
Longview WA. Jiffy lube for my first time, after going
thru a series of questions, they put in their computer, I
ended up with a signature oil and lube job, when all I
really wanted was my air conditioner fixed. They removed
all my freon and or evacuated the system before pressure
checking the system, they filled my air conditioner with
freon charged me over 300. This was on May 7, 2010, June
5th for the first time I used my air conditioner, the
freon was gone, this would not have happened if they were
professional and pressure checked my system. Jiffy lube
is charging around $44 a pound for freon (which they purchase,
for what, a buck a pound). When i took my suburban back
to complain, they would not except responsibility for what
they have done. Then I replaced my front brake pads and
noticed that none of my grease zirts on the front end had
been greased, I paid good money and brought my truck to
what I thought was a reputable trustworthy professional
business, to pay them for a job done right and all i got
was screwed and lied to .
Discount Rip Off
We brought our cars into the buy
three oil changes and get 50% off the last one program.
After getting 3 cars on the program we went in to get our
3rd change and was told the program had been cancelled.
So we ended up paying full price for 2 changes and didn't
get any discount. Rip off.
 Alexander in Independence, MO
Bait & Switch
2010 had oil change performed by Jiffy Lube at 14231 E 40
Hwy, Independence, Mo 64136. They have a bad habit of
advertising $24.00 and charging another price. That day
they charged me $37.00. Also the personnel stinks.
Joan in Los Angeles, CA Afraid of Employee
I do have a serious problem with one
of the workers there, and I am actually afraid to ever go
back there. He scared me today, and I did not do anything
to him, in fact one of the other workers was helping me,
and then this other worker came over and started trouble.
He should not be working there, and I told him that I
would be reporting him. I am a professional adult, and I
have never felt so threatened by any employee anywhere
that I have been. This same man did a similar thing to me
about a year ago, and I had to request the manager at the
Jiffy Lube to help me. The manager was not there today,
and this worker was way out of line. He gave me his name,
so I will reveal his name and what happened when someone
contacts me. I am really afraid of this guy, but did not
show my fear. I have a very excellent sense for people, so
please trust that I am telling you the facts accurately,
and take this complaint seriously.
 Bennie in
Phoenix, AZ Stole Gun
I keep a gun under the driver's
seat of my vehicle at all times. Immediately after
service, prior to leaving I noticed my gun missing. I
informed the Manager who relayed to me that he himself was
the only one inside my vehicle, as he vacuumed it.
Therefor, in my opinion he stole my gun!
I would also like to complain about the
managers demeanor. He has an "in your face" attitude, coupled with his
size, he is very intimidating. EX: After I told him not to try and
sell me service beyond what I asked for he snapped back "HERE AT JIFFY
LUBE WE DON'T SELL OUR CUSTOMERS ANYTHING!". And when I started
talking with him about my missing gun, I felt very intimidated and was
slightly afraid to speak. I thought the guy wanted to hit me!
They also put the wrong oil in my vehicle, My
vehicle calls for 5w-30 they used 10w-30
A police report has been filed with Phoenix
Broke Door Handle
When I was growing up, my mom always
took the cars to Jiffy Lube for oil changes. Because of
this, I never knew of any other place to go for oil
changes. When I was in college, I took my car to Jiffy
Lube every time I needed my oil changed, but the last time
I went I swore I would never return. I was getting ready
to move across the country and wanted to make sure my car
was in proper working order, so I took it in for my
routine oil change. When my car was done, I was sent
outside, and the mechanic was nice enough to hold the door
open for me. Here I was thinking he was being a
gentleman, when in reality he was hiding the fact that
they had broken my door handle!
I drove off the lot without thinking anything was
wrong. When I arrived at my destination, I got out of the car and
closed the door. Then I realized I had left something in the car, so
I went to reach for the handle and missed! When I looked down, I saw
that only about 1” of my door handle was still there. The rest was
broken off. I was mortified! I was to be leaving the state in just a
few short days, and I could not deal with this right now. Well, I
immediately called the Jiffy Lube I had just left, and they tried to
tell me that it must have happened elsewhere: did I go to the store
and notice it when I came out? Etc. Well, I let them know that I
noticed it as soon as I got out of the car and the only reason I
hadn’t noticed it when I left was that their mechanic held the door
open for me.
They did end up paying to get it fixed, but I had
to take my car in, pay for the repair, and hope that Jiffy Lube didn’t
break our verbal agreement to reimburse me for the costs. When I came
in with the receipt, it was a huge ordeal to get someone to even take
a copy to the manager.
On a side note, while I was waiting to get paid
back, there was another customer who was in the process of arguing
unexpected charges after her service had been completed. Go figure.
I went for an oil change and ended
up having a headlight replaced I did not know was out.
Subsequently I was pulled over by a police officer for the
light being out. Went back to JL who said it was just
"loose". Advised again, an hour later light was out. Went
to my regular mechanic who could not believe they had
changed the light but not put the boot back on that
insulates the wires from water. Shorted the whole
thing out. $300 to replace boot + parts it comes with from
Honda and labor. What a mess. These people are idiots.
After being a customer for 10 years, I will never ever go
I was searching online for the Jiffy
Lube early bird hours and came across your site. I'm
glad I did as I will not go there anymore and thank you
for getting the word out. Do you have a
recommendation on any trustworthy businesses?