Oil Change Service

Changing your vehicles' oil every 3,000 miles is the most important preventative maintenance service you can have performed on your car. Regular oil changes help ensure that your vehicle is performing well by extending the life of your engine. Our standard oil change is quick, convenient, and includes a 20-point service and safety inspection.

Our quick, convenient oil change is one of the easiest and most inexpensive ways to safeguard the longevity of your vehicle. Because we understand what an important investment your automobile is, we work hard and with great attention to detail to ensure that it continues to run as it should. In our thorough examination, we will inspect your car's mechanical systems and safety features.

Stop by the Tire Engineers location nearest you for our fast and friendly oil change, and we'll perform our inspection and safety check quickly enough to have you back on the road before you know it.

Our service includes:
• Emptying the old oil and replacing it with the oil of your choosing conventional, synthetic, or semi-synthetic
• Inspecting the antifreeze and windshield wiper fluid levels and refilling them as necessary
• Changing the oil filter
• Checking the air filter
• Examining the belts and hoses
• Checking brake lights, head lights, and turn signals
• Testing suspension and steering
• Lubricating the chassis
• Performing our 20-point safety check

We promise NOT to:
• Persuade you to buy a part or service that you don't need
• Add additional fees or service charges greater than our advertised price for an oil change
• Make you wait longer than necessary, we value your time!

Our thorough safety check performed by our certified technicians helps to keep you and your passengers secure on the road. Every oil change comes with our free 20-part safety inspection, where we will check:

• Power steering fluid
• Clutch fluid
• Brake fluid
• Air filter
• Coolant reservoir
• EC / Breather filter
• Batteries
• Lights
• Horns
• Hoses
• Wiper blades
• Windshield washer fluid
• Belts
• Transmission fluid
• Tire wear
• Transfer case
• Rear differential
• Front differential
• Chassis lubricant
• Final drive