Oil Change

Hassle-Free Oil Changes for Busy Drivers

We know you’re busy. That’s why our oil-change service is not only fast, it’s hassle-free and no-pressure. Because we’re car owners just like you. And when we get an oil change, we want to be treated respectfully. That’s why when you bring your vehicle into Driven Auto Repair, we’ll recommend an oil based on what’s best for your vehicle, not based on commission.

Our oil change service includes:

  • Up to 5 quarts of high-quality motor oil
  • New oil filter
  • 30-point comprehensive vehicle inspection
  • Adjust air pressure to correct inflation
  • Visual inspection of the undercarriage

Signs You May Need an Oil Change:

Low oil level light is on

Windshield sticker indicates you’re due

Maintenance light is on

No Pressure Oil Change

If we discover a problem with your vehicle during your oil change, we’ll explain exactly what’s wrong and our recommendation. We won’t pressure you into performing any repairs. That’s your decision.

Convenience You Can Count On

We offer same-day appointments for oil changes. We’ll get you back on the road ASAP so you can get back to your day.

Oil Change FAQs

Clean, well-circulating oil helps your engine last longer, run more efficiently and can boost your gas mileage.

With older vehicles, the accepted standard has always been to change the oil every three months or 3,000 miles, whichever comes first.
With advancements in automotive technology, many newer vehicles can go 5,000 miles or more before their first oil change.

There are three main types of motor oils:

  • Conventional
  • Synthetic blend
  • Synthetic

Conventional motor oils are standard, petroleum-based oil and are great for normal use but limited in the protection they offer.

Synthetic blend motor oil combines conventional and synthetic motor oils. They are sometimes referred to as “high-mileage” oils.

Synthetic motor oil is manufactured to provide more additives and fewer impurities that can improve your engine’s performance.
Synthetic motor oil is generally more expensive than conventional motor oil and are oftentimes required in today’s advanced engines.

It is a measure of viscosity.

What’s viscosity?

Viscosity measures how much motor oil can resist flow. In other words, if you tip a motor oil bottle over, how fast it spills out indicates its viscosity. The slower it flows, the more viscous the motor oil.

To indicate viscosity, the SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) developed a standard scale:

0W is thinnest (“W” stands for winter and is the viscosity rating when the motor oil is cold)

For example, 10W-30 means the viscosity is at 10W when the engine is cold and 30 when the engine is hot.

It’s important to know which grade of motor oil is recommended for your vehicle. Your vehicle’s recommended oil type should be listed in your owner’s manual or on the oil cap. If you can’t find it, don’t worry, a Driven Auto Repair associate can look up which oil is recommended for your vehicle.

We strongly recommend to change your oil with every oil change. Over time, if your oil filter is not replaced, it can collect dirt from the engine oil and get clogged, making it less effective. We inlcude a new oil filter with our oil change service so you don’t have to worry.