Oil Change and Lube Services in Altoona, PA

Regular Oil Changes and Lubrication Keep Your Vehicle Running Well

Regular oil changes by Bender’s Auto Service & Repair Inc. are vitally important to keeping your car, truck, SUV, minivan or van running the right way and prolonging its life in Altoona, PA. Quality motor oil protects your engine and keeps it from having to be replaced before its time expires. Our preventative maintenance mechanics recommend that your oil should be changed every 5,000 miles. Changing the oil by yourself can also be a messy, cumbersome hassle.

We also provide quality lube services to keep your vehicle running the right way. Let us get the job done easily on our lifts. Give Bender’s Auto Service & Repair Inc. a call at (814) 944-4619 Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., or stop by the shop at 1711 4th Street in Altoona for reliable auto service.

Our Reliable Auto Service Uses the Best and Most Trusted Oil Brands

At Bender’s Auto Service & Repair Inc., we only believe in carrying the best motor oil brands and formulas. Using the most trusted brands like Pennzoil®, Quaker State®, Castrol®, and Valvoline® will help your car, truck, SUV, minivan, or van running its best and for a long time. We know that choosing the right oil brand for your vehicle’s needs is not an easy decision.

The options are overwhelming when you consider how many brands, oil types, viscosity grades, and prices there are on the market. Our mechanics, though, know the best brand and type of oil to put in your vehicle, and we can communicate with you about the best choice.

Your Older Vehicle Might Need Lube Services

If you drive an older vehicle, there might be a vast array of grease fittings that will need serviced during your regularly scheduled oil change. Unlike today’s vehicles, older vehicles would need to be lubricated every 5,000 to 10,000 miles. Newer vehicles do not require lube services, but if you drive an older car and notice that it creaks or squeaks when you go over bumps, tell Bender’s Auto Service & Repair Inc. The control arm bushings and stabilizer bushings may need to be lubed. We can determine that once we get a chance to service your vehicle. Contact our professional mechanics about getting lube service or an oil change, and we will schedule an appointment for you.