Whether you’ve noticed your odometer reading is matching the oil change sticker on your windshield, or your “Check Engine” light has come on, it’s important to bring your vehicle in for an oil change from the team at Colony Tire in Wilson as soon as possible.
Our Wilson, NC auto technicians offer comprehensive oil changes, lube changes and filter changes for cars, trucks and SUVs alike.
Benefits of a Routine Oil Change
Getting your oil changed on a regular basis isn’t just a suggestion from your manufacturer — it’s truly essential to the health, vitality and performance of your vehicle:
- Extends Your Engine’s Life - Lubricate and protect your engine with regular oil changes in Wilson. Fresh oil reduces the risk of engine wear and engine failure.
- Eliminates All Contaminants - Over time, dust and debris can build up in your engine, which can affect your engine’s performance. Replacing your oil filter and replenishing your oil cleans these contaminants out of your engine.
- Improves Gas Mileage - Clean oil helps to lubricate your engine, which in turn, causes your engine to run faster and more efficiently. In other words, a routine oil change helps improve your vehicle’s MPG!
Get Your Oil Changed in Wilson & Throughout Eastern NC
If you are ready to schedule an oil change in Wilson, NC, give Colony Tire a call today at 252-237-1143. Auto maintenance customers can also fill out the form to the right — or simply stop by during business hours Monday through Friday!
Not sure when to have your oil changed? A good rule of thumb is every 3,000 - 4,000 miles, which averages to around every 3 months for a typical driver. However, your owner’s manual will usually lay out a recommended oil change service schedule for your individual vehicle. You can also consult the manual to determine which type and grade of oil you should use.
In addition to Wilson, Colony Tire’s skilled and certified auto mechanics offer oil changes at locations throughout North Carolina in Fayetteville, New Bern, Elizabeth City, Ahoskie, Edenton, Plymouth, Williamston and Greenville, NC, as well as in Richmond, Norfolk, Newport News and Suffolk, VA.