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Quick Lane Lube, Oil, & Filter Service in Winder, GA 

When it comes to car care, staying up to date on your manufacturer-recommended oil change visits is vital to extending the life of your vehicle. With the Quick Lane at Akins Ford, you can get your lube, oil and filter change done lightning-fast – no appointment necessary! Our dedicated team of auto technicians are committed to providing the absolute best care for your car, truck or SUV regardless of the make or model! For quick and high-quality service with competitive pricing in the Atlanta area, Akins Ford is your hub for all things automotive. 

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Quick Lane Oil Change FAQ from Akins  

What does a Lube, Oil and Filter Change include? When you bring your car in for a Quick Lane oil change, we drain your old oil, replace it with your vehicle’s recommended oil, swap the old oil filter out for a new one and lubricate your vehicle’s chassis. We’ll also perform a quick routine check of your vehicle’s components to make sure everything is running as it should.

Do I need to schedule an appointment for an oil change? With our Quick Lane, you can get all your routine service and maintenance done on the spot with no appointment necessary! For more serious repairs, you can schedule an appointment with the Akins Ford service center by calling us at (770) 867-9137 or by using our convenient online appointment scheduling tool!

How often should I have my oil changed? Generally speaking, manufacturers recommend getting your oil changed every 3,000 miles for conventional oil. Now more and more vehicles are using synthetic oils, which offer a much longer oil life. Manufacturer recommendations for synthetic oil range from 5,000 miles to 7,500 miles. You should check your vehicle’s owner's manual for details on the recommended interval for your specific year, make and model.

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