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Regularly changing your engine’s oil not only protects its moving parts, but also increases gas mileage and vehicle lifespan, all while maintaining your manufacturer’s warranty.

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All Allen Tire­ oil changes include a FREE courtesy inspection of your vehicle’s fluid levels, battery, brakes, steering and suspension, tire tread depth and pressure, plus more!

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synthetic blend
Fights Power Loss
Helps prevent corrosion, rust, and engine wear
Helps prevent fuel economy loss
FREE tire rotation ($24.99 value)
Auto Maintenance
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$15 OFF*
Synthetic Blend Oil
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full synthetic***
Superior Year-Round Protection
Defends against heat, deposits, and wear
Exceeds industry fuel economy standards
300,000-mile engine guarantee****
FREE tire rotation ($24.99 value)
Auto Maintenance
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$15 Off*
Full Synthetic Oil
Call Now - Open Bays/Same Day Service
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full synthetic high mileage with maxlifetm technology***
Highest Level of Protection
Designed for vehicles after 75,000 miles
Seal conditioners prevent leaks and power loss
Defends against heat, deposits, and wear
300,000-mile engine guarantee****
FREE tire rotation ($24.99 value)
Auto Maintenance
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$10 OFF*
Full Synthetic High Mileage Oil

*Includes up to five quarts of oil, chassis lube (where specified by manufacturer) and vehicle inspection. Additional charges may apply to the retail price of the oil change, where permitted, including a filter and/or recycling fee and a 9.99% services charge, which represent shop supply and equipment cost and profits.

**May not be available in all stores

***Certified for Dexos 1 Gen 2 and Dexos 2 standards

****Must enroll vehicle by 125,000 miles

Visit to learn more about the benefits and limits of this warranty coverage.


Ask about these services the next time you get an oil change.

OIL TREATMENT OIL TREATMENT BRINGING OLD ENGINES BACK TO THEIR PRIME Our oil treatment coats moving parts with a tough film that decreases friction and helps maintain horsepower. This helps reduce oil burning and smoking, quiets noisy engines and helps prevent low compression.
ENGINE FLUSH ENGINE FLUSH A PRISTINE CLEAN FOR YOUR ENGINE This service promotes oil flow by cleaning the engine before an oil change is performed. We flush the entire engine to break up sludge and remove harmful engine deposits, so your engine can run at peak performance.
Full synthetic and synthetic blend oils are fully compatible with all conventional oils.

Select the right oil for your next oil change by watching this video.

Always change your oil according to the vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations.

Choose the best motor oil based on your vehicle type, age, and expected driving conditions.

Consider full synthetic or synthetic blend motor oil for gas savings and longer vehicle life.


Many vehicles these days now have an oil life monitor that tells you when its time. Otherwise, follow the instructions in your owner’s manual. Ask your technician to print out the maintenance schedule for your make and model. Regular oil changes keep your engine running in top condition, save gas, and help you avoid major repairs. In fact, you can improve your gas economy by about 5%, according to the U.S. Department of Energy, by keeping your car in shape, inflating your tires to the correct pressure, and using the recommended grade of oil for your engine.*

* the official U.S. government source for fuel economy information.

Follow the oil specifications in your vehicle’s owner’s manual. Your Allen Tire technician can provide you with the right recommendations based on your driving conditions and vehicle make, model and mileage.

Heat and friction is the enemy. Motor oil not only reduces friction between the many fast-moving parts in your engine; it actually removes heat from the pistons, shafts, and bearings. Think of your engine as the heart of your vehicle. High quality motor oil is especially important in today’s automobile engines, designed to operate at close tolerances and high temperatures—between 200 and 250 degrees F—for superior performance and cleaner emissions.

You should check the oil every few hundred miles, or every other time you fill your gas tank. Consult your owner’s manual for the position of the oil dipstick and engine oil filler opening. The best time to check the oil is when your engine is warm and on level ground. Turn off the vehicle and wait a few minutes. Then pull out the dipstick, wipe it clean with a rag, and reinsert it. Push it all the way in. Pull out the dipstick, again. It will have either two notches or an indent to show the oil level. It’s best to keep the oil level at or near the top mark. If the oil is between the two marks, you may add oil. Below the bottom mark, add oil. At or above the top mark, do not add oil. Too much oil in your engine can actually cause problems. If you’re low, add oil a little at a time (no more than half a quart to a quart), then re-check. Replace the dipstick before you close the hood. It’s a good idea to keep at least one quart of oil in your garage and one in your trunk. The oil specifications for your make and model are in your owner’s manual. Or, stop by one of our stores. We would be happy to check your oil and top it off for free.

While 10W-40 used to be considered the oil standard, most vehicles today use lighter weight oils, such as 5W-30. In fact, your vehicle warranty may be voided if you use 10W-40 motor oil. Consult your owner’s manual or visit our local store for the best recommendations for your car or truck.

Regular maintenance, including oil changes, is the most cost-effective way to keep an older vehicle on the road. A lubricant such as Valvoline’s MaxLife® Motor Oil can also help extend the life of your engine. If you find that you frequently have to add oil to your car or truck, you might be “burning oil.” Visit our store where you live or work for a diagnosis.

Visit our store for expert advice. You might be able to drive your car or truck as is, with more frequent oil changes, or you might want to invest in engine work, depending on how long you plan to own the vehicle.

First of all, don’t ignore it. It could mean that you are dangerously low on oil. Turn off the engine and wait a few minutes. Then check the oil level. If your car is low, adding oil might resolve the issue. Other causes of low oil pressure include a faulty oil pump, plugged screens or filters, leaking or burning oil, or a failed oil pressure sending unit. If adding oil does not take care of the problem, don’t drive the car. Have it towed to our store for expert help.

Today’s full synthetic and synthetic-mineral blends are excellent for tough conditions such as stop-and-go driving, frequent trips, and towing. And for engine fills and top-offs, they are considered equivalent or superior to conventional oil. In fact, many newer car and truck models specify synthetic oil. Consult your owner’s manual for oil specifications and a maintenance schedule. Or, speak to one of our managers about the best type and grade of oil for your car or truck and type of driving.

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