Experience Idaho This Weekend!

 Discover a host of local entertainment, eateries, hobbies, shopping, outdoor recreation, services, crafts, home improvement and more this weekend at Experience Idaho. There will also be an impressive array of kid friendly diversions on hand such as inflatables, a climbing wall, triple sports cage, a petting zoo, crafts, and other fun activities. Admission is FREE. Experience Idaho will take place at Expo Idaho (5610 N Glenwood Street Boise, ID 83714). The action kicks off Saturday at 11am and goes till 5pm. Sunday hours are 11am-4pm. Come discover all that the Treasure Valley has to offer! 

Einstein’s Genius Trivia

21% of all new cars are manufactured with what paint color? Tweet the correct answer to @einsteinsoilery and get a Full Service Oil Change for just $19.99!

FREE Oil Change With 30/60/90k Service

 Click on the image above for your printable coupon good for a FREE Full Service Oil Change with your factory scheduled 30/60/90k service. No appointments are ever needed. Plus,  you can relax in your car with a FREE newspaper, beverage, and Wi-Fi while watching your service performed live on TV!

Eagle Road

Behind Taco Bell next to Lowe’s



Unplug and Be Outside April 21-28

 From April 21-28, kids and adults are invited to Unplug and Be Outside by participating in more than 100 free or low-cost activities offered in Boise, Nampa, Meridian and Caldwell. Activities include art classes at three community centers, golf clinics at Warm Springs Golf Course, hockey at Idaho IceWorld, nature hikes at the Foothills Learning Center, rock climbing, story times, games, crafts, tennis lessons at Fort Boise Park, and much more! 

 Children can get “passport cards” at their schools and activity locations. Those who participate in 3 or more activities will be entered into a drawing to win great prizes, including fishing rods, backpacks, Idaho state parks pass, water bottles and more!

 For a complete schedule of events, see the Unplug and Be Outside website

Fleet Maintenance Services

  Einstein’s welcomes all national fleet cards/programs (PHH, Enterprise, GE Capital, CSC, Voyager, Wright Express, etc.). We also offer charge accounts and fleet discounts for local businesses! For more information or to request a fleet account application E-mail feedback@einsteinsoilery or stop by any Treasure Valley Einstein’s Oilery location. 

Personalized Service Schedule

 In celebration of National Car Care Month, the non-profit Car Care Council has introduced a new custom service schedule. This free personalized schedule and e-mail reminder service automatically notifies you of any recalls and other important information regarding your vehicle.  It also keeps track of factory scheduled maintenance services such as oil changes and tune ups and sends you an email alert you when these are due. Completely customize-able, it can be tailed for your unique needs and driving habits. Take advantage of this free resource to drive smarter, save money, and make informed decisions regarding maintenance for your vehicle. 


Einstein’s Customer Quotables

 “Another great car service at @Einsteinsoilery. These guys are pro, care, and do very good work.”

-@Ravenware via Twitter-

Einstein’s Wisdom Of The Week

“Without deep reflection one knows from daily life that one exists for other people.”

-Albert Einstein-

5 Tips For Going Green & Saving Green

Fuel Economy Concept Car

 Driving technique and proper vehicle maintenance can go a long way toward protecting the environment and conserving fuel. The Car Care Council suggests five easy ways to turn your car into a mean, green driving machine – for your wallet and the environment.

Drive Green – Recognize that how you drive has a lot to do with fuel economy. Avoid sudden starts and stops and go the speed limit. Jerky and aggressive driving decreases your miles per gallon (MPG) and increases wear and tear on your vehicle. Minimize unnecessary miles by combining errands in one trip.

Check Tire Pressure – Each year, about two billion gallons of gas could be saved if the tires on every American’s car were properly inflated. Optimal tire pressure for your vehicle is listed in the owner’s manual. Tires that are not properly inflated add rolling resistance that makes the engine work harder to move the vehicle. All of this increases fuel costs as much as three to five cents per gallon, and increases the risk of engine damage.

Get a Tune-Up – Regular tune-ups, maintenance and having clean air filters will help your car pollute less and burn less gas. With a proper tune-up, you can save four percent on the cost of gas and up to 40 percent by replacing a faulty oxygen sensor. Simply changing the car’s air filter can improve efficiency by 10 percent.

Lighten the Load – Get the junk out of the trunk and the stuff out of your car, with the exception of emergency items such as a spare tire, flares and a first-aid kit. Extra items weigh the vehicle down and cause an increase in gas usage.

Gas Caps and Fill-Ups – Check your vehicle’s gas cap. Loose, damaged or missing gas caps cause millions of gallons of gas to evaporate into the air every year. Topping off your gas tank when filling up your car can also release harmful vapors into the environment.

 More information about environmental awareness is included in the popular digital Car Care Guide that can be easily accessed through the council’s newly-updated website at www.carcare.org

The above was published by the Car Care Council 4/10/12