Oil Change At Your Home
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24 months | 24,000 miles Warranty
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|Car||Estimate||Parts Cost||Labor Cost||Savings||Average Dealer Price|
|2016 Chevrolet Camaro V6-3649 3.6L DOHC||$90.00||$0.00||$90.00||10%||$100.00|
|2013 Chrysler 200 Series||$90.00||$0.00||$90.00||11%||$101.12|
|2013 Chevrolet Sonic 4-1364 1.4L DOHC||$90.00||$0.00||$90.00||9%||$98.90|
|2013 Hyundai Elantra 4-1797 1.8L DOHC | 5NPDH4AE8EH491942||$90.00||$0.00||$90.00||12%||$102.27|
What You Need To Know About Oil Change
What Do We Offer
Changing your vehicle's motor oil is essential. However, it’s also messy and easy to forget. That’s where we come in. Our mechanic will come to your home or office to perform an oil change service. He will change your vehicle’s oil & oil filter, perform a complimentary vehicle inspection & schedule your next oil change.
What’s more, by signing up for our membership program, you can ensure you never forget to change your car oil again.
How We Do It?
Our ASE-Certified mobile mechanics are based throughout Michigan and Texas.
Once you get an oil change quote from us, we will send a qualified technician for your vehicle based on the time & day you selected. You get a fixed upfront quote, book an appointment & get the oil change service done outside your home or office, it’s really that simple.
What We Recommend
An oil change is not a one-time service, it’s routine car maintenance. Therefore, even if you book an oil change, you might forget in the future and run into further issues.
Consider getting a Goodhood Membership by paying a low monthly fee & get access to Unlimited Synthetic Oil Changes performed outside your home or office. A couple oil changes a year usually pays for the membership fee. We will even remind you for your next free oil change every time.
How to Tell You Need an Oil Change?
There are some telltale signs that your vehicle may be in need of an oil change. These include:
Your ‘Check Engine’ or ‘Oil Change’ light comes on
Engine oil is dark and dirty
Oil smell inside your car
Excessive exhaust smoke
A lot of mileage
You’ve just got back from a long trip
How to Book an Oil Change With Us?
Booking an oil change with Goodhood is extremely simple. Just follow these 3 easy steps.
Request a fixed upfront quote
Book an appointment
Pay after your oil change
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When Should You Change Your Oil?
Modern engines run off two types of motor oil: conventional and synthetics. Engines that require conventional oil have a recommended oil change interval of between 5,000 to 7,500. However, for engines that run off synthetic oil, that range is increased to between 7,000 and 15,000 miles.
The amount you change your oil also depends on how and where you drive. These types of journeys or conditions will shorten your oil change interval:
Short trips (under 5 miles)
Severe driving conditions
Stop and go driving
Carrying heavy loads or a trailer on the back of your vehicle.
How Often Should You Check The Oil Level Of Your Car?
We recommend you check the oil level of your vehicle at least once a month.
Why Do You Need An Oil Change?
A vehicle's engine has a lot of moving parts. As these parts move and rub up against one another, this friction creates excess heat. This is offset by oil. Your car’s motor oil absorbs all this heat and allows all parts to work together without overheating. However, it can’t do this forever.
Gradually, oil breaks down and wears out. And, when it does, it’s less effective at absorbing heat and lubricating the engine effectively.
Failing to regularly check and change your oil could cause your vehicle's engine to break down and lead to long-term engine damage. For this reason, a regular oil and oil filter change is essential to keeping your car healthy.
What Happens During An Oil Change?
A full-service oil change from a Goodhood mobile mechanic involves more than pouring new oil into your engine.
We’ll remove and dispose of your old, dirty oil and carry out oil change service with the oil type suits your vehicle’s needs, including:
Full synthetic oil change
Synthetic blend oil change
Conventional oil change
High mileage oil change
In addition, we’ll replace and recycle your oil filter.
The best part is we’ll do all this in your driveway or office parking space for a fraction of the price of a repair shop oil change.
Can Cold Weather Affect The Oil Changing Process?
In the cold, engine oil becomes a lot thicker. As a result, it flows much slower throughout your engine and is harder to pump through the engine block. This not only causes engine stress but also puts additional strain on your vehicle's battery - which is also weakened in cold weather.
Therefore, to keep your vehicle in good health throughout the winter season, we recommend getting an oil and filter change.
Can You Change Oil Brands Between The Oil Changes?
Switching oil brands between oil changes is not harmful to your engine life. However, you have to ensure you choose an oil marked with The API Donut of the same level. The API Donut identifies oils that meet current API engine oil standards.
However, our mobile mechanics will also follow the recommendations provided in your vehicle owner's manual for viscosity and API category.
What Is Synthetic Oil?
Synthetic oil is a man-made lubricant that consists of artificially made chemical compounds.
Synthetic motor oil is a synthetic blend of base oils that are of a higher quality than conventional, less-refined base oils. However, its main base oil is usually crude motor oil.
These superior base oils give synthetic motor oils many advantages over conventional oil, such as:
Less likely to acidify and oxidize
Greater chemical stability
Harder to break down and lose properties
Better in extreme climates
Enables greater fuel economy for your vehicle
When Is Synthetic Oil Necessary?
If your vehicle owner’s manual says you need it, then full synthetic oil is 100% necessary. In fact, most newer vehicles use either a full synthetic oil or a synthetic blend.
However, if it doesn’t say synthetic oil is required, it’s still worth considering as an option.
If any of the scenarios below are true for you, a switch to synthetic oil may be necessary:
You make a lot of short trips
You live in an area with extreme temperatures
You frequently drive in severe driving conditions
You have an older engine or vehicle type that’s prone to a murky buildup
You frequently drive in stop and go traffic
On top of that, synthetic motor oil or a synthetic blend prolongs your oil life and fewer oil and oil filter changes. This is a major benefit to the environment, as used crude oil is a major source of toxic waste