$54 for a Full-Service Synthetic Oil Change at Cooper Pit Stop ($109 Value)

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In a Nutshell

Technicians swap old oil and change oil filter, top off fluids and check alignment and brakes

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Limit 1 per visit. Must use promotion value in 1 visit. Valid only for option purchased. Appointment or 30 minute call ahead strongly suggested and preferred. Valid for up to 5 quarts of oil; extra $8 fee per additional quart. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

The Deal

$54 for a full-service fully synthetic oil change package ($109 value)

  • Draining and refilling oil
  • Alignment check
  • Fluid top-off
  • Brake check

Synthetic oil is designed to keep engines lubricated for 5,500–6,000 miles.

Synthetic Oil: Sending Petroleum the Way of the Dinosaurs

Before the invention of synthetic motor oil in the 1930s, machinery was protected with not only petroleum, but also rendered fat, vegetable oil, and even whale oil. Read on to learn how synthetic oil got cars moving more efficiently.

The widespread use of synthetic oils began in World War II, when massive tanks and jet fighters required a source of oil not tied to strategic regions in enemy hands. Under the high heat of a jet turbine or the bitter cold of a winter battlefield, naturally derived lubricating compounds could fail or freeze, but impurity-free, manmade oils churned along, and are currently capable of keeping a car's moving parts humming for up to 7,000 miles between changes.

As with many aspects of car maintenance, the use of synthetic oil in engines is a source of fierce debate among auto enthusiasts. Some tinkerers fervently tout the superiority of naturally derived lubricants, citing synthetic's relatively high cost or the tendency for early manmade compounds to leak. However, Popular Mechanics insists that modern synthetic oils run perfectly fine in most vehicles. Provided they refrain from loading up high-mileage or older vehicles with fully synthetic blends, car owners using synthetic motor oil may rest assured that their pistons are churning away safely and securely, even without the help of dead dinosaurs or rendered whales.

Customer Reviews

It looks like a shady little oil place but the service was really good and the techs were all very nice!
Lauren J. · September 11, 2014
Overall good experience. Establishment is old, but acceptable. Service is good though. No waiting for me. Got in and out quick. Love it.
Anh D. · September 11, 2014
The people there were very friendly and approachable. Would recommend the service to anyone. Very fast service and professional.
Joshua C. · September 5, 2014

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