Can I wait for an oil change?

To us it is not just an oil change. It is an Interval Service and a chance to inspect, document and provide needed service and when done properly and that process requires DwyerVSQuickLubeCharttime. Sadly in the world of instant gratification and the invention of the quickie lube, consumers have fallen for the business model of the “quick rip”. Rarely do cars need only oil service and to determine the proper priority of needed service it takes more than the odometer and a group of “lube technicians” willing to sell you stuff while you wait; needed or not and hopefully done right. We do offer a limited number of appointments per day for clients when it makes sense to wait for select services, but a habit of always waiting for service keeps us from doing our job in the manner that insures your vehicle is getting the care it deserves.

For more detail, you may also be interested in these other articles…

“Quality takes time!  Let us deliver the service you deserve.”  Tom Dwyer Automotive, Oct 2013

“What’s wrong with a Quickie Lube?”    Tom Dwyer Automotive, Oct 2013

“How to cut your oil changes in half”  Tom Dwyer Automotive, Sep 2010


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