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Contest Bonus Round! Answer the following question - When did you last have your oil changed? - on the Black Friday by Brad's Deals Facebook page by 11:59PM CST tonight (6/17). Four additional fans will with $35 gift cards to Jiffy Lube.

BradsDeals and Jiffy Lube want to help you celebrate this Father's Day by giving away $35 gift cards to several of our lucky readers.

Since more than half of us report having learned about cars and car maintenance from Dad, here's a quick giveaway that may return the favor this Father's Day. Answer the following question - Who taught you to drive and at what age? - here on the Brad's Deals Facebook page by 11:59PM CST tonight (6/15). Four of you will be randomly selected to win $35 gift cards to Jiffy Lube.

Even if you don't win, you can grab a free Jiffy Lube Coupon and take $5 off your next oil change.

Good luck to everyone and we hope all you Dads out there have a wonderful and happy Father's Day!

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39 Responses to “Win a $35 Jiffy Lube Gift Card for Dad!”

  1. Priscilla says:

    My dad taught me. Then, the first car that I bought with my own money was a 5 speed. My dad tried but was very impatient, LOL. So, my boyfriend, who is now my husband, taught me to drive a 5 speed. :-)

  2. Tracy Boesse says:

    My dad taugh me to drive ever since I could sit on his lap behind the wheel. I remember this like it was yesterday my dad driving the pedels and I was turning the wheel and I had to be maybe 7 or 8. Maybe that’s why I’m such a great driver today !

  3. Hilda Ingebrigtsen says:

    My Dad – he taught me all important things in life and one of them was driving !

  4. Priscilla says:

    Oops for got to put the age. I think I was around 14 or 15 yrs old. Now I am 35 :)

  5. Jill Buckland says:

    My wonderful, patient Dad taught me how to drive when I got my learner’s permit at 15. He believed in defensive driving, which I later passed on to my two sons. We all have good driving records. Thanks Dad!

  6. Jeffery says:

    I went to driver’s education taught during the summer at our school at age 13. In South Dakota one can get a driver’s license at age 14.

  7. Christine W. says:

    I was taught to drive by my dad at age 16. He would just take me out driving long distances and we would stop at out of the way restaurants and such. He was always calm and helpful. Even when I hit the side of a small bridge once ; )

  8. kathy a dansker says:

    I WAS TAUGHT TO DRIVE AT 15 BY MY BROTHER IN LAW. hE NEVER TAUGHT ME TO BACK UP–I REALLY COULDN’T DO IT TILL 30!

  9. seannale estrada says:

    I taught myself :) When I was about 13 or 14 my uncle would always tell me “go park the car for me” so I would but before parking it I would always go driving around the mobile homes for like 30 minutes. One of my dearest memories.

  10. nancy nipper says:

    My dad taught me how to steer when I was little, then we moved up when I could reach the pedals to 3 on the column and 4 on the floor. I remember having to pull on the steering wheel to push the clutch in, lol. By the time I took drivers ed, I already knew how to do all that stuff. Thanks dad!!!!

  11. Donald says:

    My father Louie taught me to drive in a stick shift Chevy in 1952. It was a black two door sedan with black tires and no air.It was powered by a flat head six.

  12. KAREN says:

    My brother taught me to drive after I got my permit at age 16 1/2. But it was my dad who had the ‘real’ information for me….. he taught me to NEVER swerve for an a animal unless it was a moose. That lesson has been put into practice several times I hate to say, but it’s probably saved my life. I’m an animal lover but trees don’t move….

  13. Robin Summers says:

    My husband taught me how to drive so now when he tells me I’m a bad driver I say, “well look who taught me!’ lol

  14. Jacquelyn Hughes says:

    I learned to drive from driver’s ed when I was 17.

  15. Delores says:

    I took drivers educations in high school and learned in a standard shift.

  16. Brian says:

    No one and as a result I still don’t have my driver’s license.

  17. Cynthia says:

    My dad at around 13, when I turned 16 my first car was a mustang and I became hooked.

  18. Angelo Capozi says:

    My friends taught me to drive when I was about 14. Not the best teachers probably lol.

  19. Trasina McGahey says:

    A friend of my dads was the first person to ever let me drive when I was about 12. The fence did not appreciate it and i’m sure neither did my dad who was never told why his fence was on the ground!

  20. laurie says:

    Dad started to teach me at 15 but that was just in the school parking lot, didn’t get on the road until Driver’s Ed a little after.

  21. LT says:

    My Dad taught me how to drive when I was 16. He also left me a note on the table one day to clean the driveway completely from all the snow (it was a lot of snow) and he would fill it. Of course I did and he gave me a car!

  22. Tiffani says:

    I was actually taught by my mom. My parents divorced when I was really little and my mom had to be both my mom and my dad. Mom started letting me get behind the wheel when I was about 14. My grandmother lived way out in the country and she would let me drive down Granny’s road. The first time I drove it my knuckles where white as snow. Happy Father’s Day Mom!

  23. Willa says:

    Mr. Ronald Yingling was the Drivers Education Instructor back high school and taught me how to drive. He was also our neighbor at the time also.

  24. Nicole Herman says:

    My wonderful (and daring) Dad taught me how to drive. Of course I almost gave him a heart attack, but he was so sweet about it! I was 15.

  25. j wright says:

    my mom taught me. she started me at 5 and finished at 15!

  26. B. Plaza says:

    I taught myself how to drive using cars my friends would steal!

  27. shree says:

    I learned to drive from driver’s when I was 19!!

  28. Barbara S says:

    My Dad taught me at age 16 on a country road – never will forget speeding dow the road and his comment to me “are u in control” I am now 62 years old

  29. Dea says:

    My mom taught me in this ugly, old bright blue full-size pickup on dirt country roads! It was a stick shift, so I started off knowing how to drive a 5 speed! Came in handy when a boss I once had let me drive his porche soon after high school! Yay for the old blue truck! :)

  30. Crystal says:

    Both my mother and father. They let me sit on their lap and drive around the baseball field down the road from my house. We also did this on backroads..old dirt roads where there wasn’t any traffic. I was really young..maybe 10…maybe
    great memories! Thanks for reminding
    me!

  31. Lisa says:

    My dad taught me at 15. In an oldsmobile wagon! And then told me I couldn’t get my license until I learned how to drive stick too!

  32. Karen says:

    Over 6000 miles ago! Way overdue!!!

  33. Robert Abramson says:

    I taught myself to drive when I was nine years old. We had a 1934 International panel truck on the farm. It had a dead 6 volt battery and wouldn’t crank. I always parked it at the top of a hill so I could get it rolling down the hill and let the clutch out with it in gear to start the motor. I change the oil in my car every three thousand miles.

  34. Danielle L . Todd says:

    I changed my oil 2500 miles ago, only another 500 to go. ;)

  35. Keri Gray says:

    My mother taught me how to drive when I was 9 years old. We would go up in the mountains to visit my great grandmother. When we got to the last road with 5 miles and 3 houses she would put me behind the wheel. In turn, I put my daughter behind the wheel in an old pasture when she was seven. She drove the stick shift on her first try without even killing it! After that we drove down a similar dirt road 3 miles long with two houses. I figured the more she drove before she was set free the safer she would be.

  36. Lynn Swanson says:

    love to change oil with this card

  37. amylynne says:

    my dad had the patience of a saint–he tried to teach me on a 67 GTO first, but I only weighed @90 lbs and could hardly depress the Hurst (sp?) extra-heavy clutch! Luckily, we also had an old station wagon too…

  38. Judy says:

    3,000 miles ago! HELP!

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