Synthetic 17-Point Oil Change
Uses synthetic motor oil. Includes all the benefits of a 17-Point Oil Change, plus:
Synthetic Blend 17-Point Oil Change
Uses a combination of regular and synthetic motor oil. Includes all the benefits of a 17-Point Oil Change, plus:
High Mileage 17-Point Oil Change
Uses a combination of regular and synthetic motor oil specifically formulated for high-mileage vehicles. Includes all the benefits of a 17-Point Oil Change, plus:
If you have a high mileage vehicle, Herbert Automotive™ recommends the High Mileage Performance Boost Oil Change as your regular 17-Point Oil Change
*Available at participating Herbert Automotive™ locations.
Dexos™ or Dexos™ Equivalent 17-Point Oil Change
2011 and later General Motors vehicles specify Dexos™ or Dexos™ equivalent oil. Herbert Automotive™ will use the proper oil for your particular vehicle.
Conventional 17-Point Oil Change
A 17-Point Oil Change that uses conventional motor oil. This oil change meets or exceeds most owner’s manual specifications to extend the life of your vehicle’s engine.
Free Top-Offs Between Regular Oil Changes!
Between services, stop by and we’ll check and top-off these vital fluids:
All at no extra charge (at most locations). Free top-offs are available at your Herbert Automotive™ center Monday through Friday, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m., but we’ll try to accommodate your schedule during all open business hours.
What Is “Severe Driving?”
Most vehicle manufacturers will recommend oil change intervals for both “normal driving conditions” and “severe driving conditions”. The “severe driving conditions” described in most owner’s manuals include:
Typical driving usually includes one or more of these severe driving conditions, so in most cases we would recommend the “severe driving” schedule found in your owner’s manual.
Benefits to you
You don’t have to take your vehicle to the dealership for maintenance service to maintain your warranty! Click here to read the terms of the Federal Trade Commission’s Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, a federal law that protects consumer choice in selecting a maintenance provider for your car or truck – http://www.consumer.ftc.gov/articles/0138-auto-warranties-routine-maintenance