Oil Changes at Lamb’s Tire & Automotive in Round Rock, TX

Having your oil changed regularly is one of the best, and least expensive, ways to protect your engine and keep your car or truck running longer. If you’re due for an oil change and a new oil filter, come to Lamb’s Tire & Automotive in Round Rock.  Let Lamb’s Tire & Automotive schedule your oil changes every 3,000 miles or every three months, whichever comes first. Schedule an appointment and then drive your car or truck in and our ASE-certified technicians will perform our oil change service. This includes:
  • Check all fluid levels
  • Lubricate the chassis
  • Add oil up to five quarts
  • Check and install a new oil filter
To help you save on your next oil change service, check our oil change coupons page before you come in. We update our coupons page frequently with new specials and ways to save on all types of auto repairs, services, and tires.

Schedule An Oil Change Every 3,000 Miles

An oil change has several functions: 
  • Keeps your engine lubricated
  • Removes impurities
  • Reduces friction in the engine
Over time, the oil in your engine picks up impurities from the road. The oil also wears down and stops lubricating all the parts like it should. By servicing your car or truck on a regular basis, you will get better gas mileage and your vehicle could last much longer. Our technicians recommend having your oil changed every 3,000 miles, but in some circumstances, you may need to change it more often. A higher-than-average number of miles driven each year, driving in hot, cold, or dusty climates, or driving an older vehicle can all affect how long your oil can keep your engine clean. It’s a good idea to check your owner’s manual, too, for their recommendation or just ask our technicians.

Concierge Services

Your car needs regular maintenance to stay at its peak performance, including regular oil changes. Your Lamb’s Tire & Automotive Round Rock location can take care of that with minimum disruption to your day. We will pick your car up for you and bring it to our shop for servicing. This is available to all our customers who live within three miles of the Round Rock auto repair location. Our Concierge Service is a free service that allows you to continue your regular schedule at the same time your car is being serviced. When your car is ready to be returned to you, we will first make sure all contact points are cleaned and sanitized for your safety. Then, we will drop it off to you at your home or office.  Get more information and book your Concierge Services here. 

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Oil Change FAQs

What type of oil does your Round Rock shop use?

At every Lamb’s Tire location, including our Round Rock auto repair shops, we’ll give you a Valvoline oil change that’s truly worth your money. We employ only the best ASE-certified technicians who will fill your engine with the best conventional or synthetic oil on the market. But that’s not all! Our technicians will also provide a complete vehicle inspection that includes:
  • Replacing your oil filter
  • Refilling other vehicle fluids as needed
  • Lubricating your vehicle’s chassis
  • Rotating your tires (if you ask us to)
  • Checking your tire pressure

When should I check my oil level?

To keep your Round Rock-area car in good working order, consider checking its oil level once a month at a minimum. Along with this rule of thumb, it’s smart to do an oil check before heading out of Round Rock on a road trip. Some cars, but not all, have an electronic oil monitoring system. Drivers without this system can check their oil manually by using their car’s dipstick. When you perform this check, your oil level should be somewhere between a marked area or two visual indicators. If your oil level doesn’t look as high as you’d expect, don’t wait too long to get a refill.

What makes a car’s oil warning light turn on?

Most vehicles made in the past few years or so include an internal diagnostic system. These systems keep an eye out for issues and activate warning signals—such as your oil warning light—when the need arises. In the case of your oil warning light, your diagnostic system might have noticed:
  • An oil system blockage
  • Excessive oil foam
  • Dangerously low oil levels
  • Oil pump failure
  • Problems related to your oil pressure sensor
Getting regular oil changes can reduce (but not eliminate) your risk of experiencing these problems. If your oil warning light turns on, make plans to stop by Lamb’s Tire in Round Rock soon.

Are there differences between a conventional and synthetic oil change?

Round Rock residents need to know that there are two main types of motor oil: conventional and synthetic oil. The term “conventional oil” refers to natural mineral oil, while synthetic oil is oil that has been enhanced with chemical engineering. Synthetic oil is usually pricier upfront, but it lasts longer and performs better than conventional oil. Another option is a synthetic blend. This is a mix of synthetic and conventional motor oil. Whether you prefer conventional or synthetic oil, the team at Lamb’s Tire can refill your oil while helping you save. If you’re trying to choose between conventional or synthetic oil for your car, contact us and we can give you advice on which oil change option is right for you.

Where are oil change coupons in Round Rock?

At Lamb’s Tire, we believe it’s our job to help people in Round Rock and elsewhere in our service area save. Because of this, we can make it easy to cut down on your costs with online coupons. We’ll accept these coupons whether you print them out ahead of time or show them to us on your phone.

How can I schedule an oil change service at Lamb’s Tire?

Setting up an oil change in Round Rock shouldn’t be a hassle. Just call us ahead of time or fill out our online appointment scheduling form!
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