Oil Change Dallas TX
Over time, contaminants begin to build up in oil causing wear and tear as these particles rub on surfaces within your vehicle. Every car has a suggested mileage at which you should get an oil change. However, remember that everyone drives differently. Some vehicles may need oil changes sooner because they drive short distances with many stops, causing more wear. Allstate's experienced Dallas auto technicians can help you determine when you need an oil change and what type of oil is best for your car.
Allstate also offers a 30-point safety inspection to ensure that your car runs safe and sound. With their comprehensive overview of your vehicle, our mechanics will find the safest, best solution for your car.
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300,000 Mile Guarantee
Use Valvoline's SynPower Full Synthetic or Valvoline's MaxLife Full Synthetic, Valvoline's full synthetic motor oils provide superior protection against heat, deposits and wear
225,000 Mile Guarantee
Use Valvoline's MaxLife, Valvoline's MaxLife NextGen, or DuraBlend Synthetic Blend, Valvoline's synthetic blend motor oils provide added protection on short trips and in stop-and-go driving
150,000 Mile Guarantee
Use Valvoline's Premium Conventional or Valvoline's NextGen Conventional, Formulated with premium base oils for high performance and an enhanced engine life.
Why Choose Allstate Transmissions & Auto Repair
3O YEARS IN BUSINESS
Our Dallas auto shop has been in business for 30 years, specializing in transmissions and auto repair
Our technicians are ASE certified and highly trained in both foreign and domestic models.
ATRA Warranty is a nationwide warranty that gives you the peace of mind.
A+ BBB RATING
We are a BBB Accredited Business since 2004 with an A+ Rating
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
We are proud of our work and stand by it. All our work is guaranteed.
Cora B.Citysearch Review
Their compassion made me feel like they cared about me, my car, and my situation. It is hard to find that kind of service anymore...it reminded me of the good old days back in the 1970s when my dad took me, as a boy, to a small local auto shop.