Your vehicle’s oil change is the most routine of routine maintenance, but it is one of the most important parts of keeping your car on the road. This is especially true in and around Myrtle Beach where stop and go traffic, heat, and road conditions can put a real strain on your engine.
Check the owner’s manual for your recommended service schedule and to see if your driving habits are considered to be “severe service.” When it is time for your next oil change, stop by Turn Key Automotive and we can have you in and out in less than 25 minutes.
For more information, please contact us by calling (843) 293-6793 or by completing a quick quote request!
The Turn Key Automotive’s Rapid Oil Change
Oil is the lifeblood of your engine, sure it burns fuel to get you where you need to go, but it bathes in oil to run smoothly. And just like a bath you might enjoy, draining the water in your tub and filling with fresh is pretty important. Otherwise, you (and in this example your engine) will start to get pretty nasty.
How often you change your oil will largely depend on your specific vehicle and you should check your car or truck’s manual for the exact timing. However it is a good rule of thumb to change your oil every 3,000 – 5,000 miles or every six months.
Every rapid 15 minute oil change we do at includes an extensive technical and visual inspection of your vehicle to ensure that you are ready to get back on the road.
- Complete oil and filter change
- Check and top off washer fluid
- Inspect windshield wipers
- Test and clean battery
- Inspect engine and Cabin air filters
- Check levels for your coolant, transmission, power steering, and brake fluid
- Visually inspect all belts and hoses
- Inspect all vehicle lights
- Visually inspect tires
- Test and inspect steering and suspension
- Review vehicle history and recommend any additional services
You don’t need an appointment for your Myrtle Beach oil change at Turn Key Automotive. Just stop by and enjoy our customer lounge while we get you in and out in around 15 minutes!
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