Oil & Filter Change
Our Signature Service
- Replace oil (up to 5 quarts) with premium Mobil oil.
- Replace oil filter
- Inspect and fill as needed:
- Transmission fluid
- Battery fluid
- Power steering fluid
- Windshield washer fluid
- Grease chasis
- Front and rear differential
- Clean interior flooring
- Check tire pressure
- Inspection the following:
- Antifreeze/coolant levels
- Air filtration system
- Serpentine belts
- Brake fluid level
- Wiper blades
- Front and back lights
Why it's important: It's preventive maintenance to change, inspect, check/fill and clean essential components of your vehicle and help keep it all operating smoothly. You'll have the peace of mind knowing that your vehicle will be performing at it's best.
Make Your Fleet Run Smoother
What is Our Fleet Service Advantage?
Our Fleet Service combines the reputation of Hometown Lube, the value of the Hometown Lube Signature Oil Change Service, the experience of Hometown Lube trained technicians, and the following fleet-specific benefits to deliver a professional fleet management solution.
You control your fleet maintenance and expenses by specifying service restrictions and purchase limits.
You elect from several invoice and statement delivery options, fitting your schedule and needs.
Verification of vehicle and driver data prior to service helps to ensure secure transactions and reduce fraudulent expenditures.
Multiple Payment Options
National Billed Fleet
This is the best choice for large fleets with over 50 vehicles that have nationwide coverage. This option offers the convenience of consolidated billing, and the ability to control maintenance expenses through customized service rules and restrictions.
Local Billed Fleet
This is the ideal alternative for smaller local or regional fleets that are limited to a specific geographical area and want the convenience of consolidated billing.
The suitable option for fleets that do not require consolidated billing and want to pay at the time of service.
Auto Maintenance Services
A critical part of the combustion process actually involves the air. The engine air filter captures airborne contaminants such as dirt, dust and even bugs before they can enter the engine. Issues that can arise due to poor air filtration include poor acceleration and lower fuel economy. When you accelerate your vehicle the filtration system helps filter the air's contaminants and ensure the correct mixture of air/fuel entering the engine.
Engine Air Filter Service
Our technicians will remove the engine air filter inspect it. If necessary, a new, clean engine air filter will be installed.
Why it's important: Helps ensure optimal fuel combustion and engine performance.
Cabin Air Filter Service
Our technicians will visually inspect the cabin air filter and replace it if necessary.
Why it's important: Helps improve interior air quality. The climate control system in your passenger cabin includes a filter element that works to lower the amount of contaminants entering your vent system such as dust and pollen from the air you and your passengers breathe.
The main purpose of the cooling system is to take heat away from the engine and to maintain appropriate temperature levels. In order for the engine to NOT overheat or freeze the cooling system provides the appropriate balance of antifreeze coolant and water mixture.
Radiator Antifreeze Coolant Service
Our technicians will removed the old antifreeze from your radiator and replace it with new antifreeze per your vehicle manufacturer's recommendations.
Why it's important: Helps protect your vehicle's cooling system against overheating, freezing and cooling system corrosion.
The battery supplies electrical power to the starter, along with the rest of the electrical components of the vehicle, which is necessary to start the engine. When the engine starts running, the charging system takes over to provide electricity to the various vehicle electrical systems. The battery cable terminals connect the battery to the electrical system.
Battery Diagnostic Service
Our technicians will test the vehicle starting and charging system components.
Why it's important: Tests the battery and charging system components and provides early detection of battery problems to help ensure your vehicle will start when you need it.
Battery Replacement Service
Our technicians will perform a visual inspection of the battery, use testing equipment to check cranking amp capacity of the battery, connect an external electrical power source to the system to prevent loss of power to digital clocks, door locks and other systems, and remove the old battery and replace it with a new one.
Why it's important: Replacing a defective battery helps ensure your vehicle will start when you need it.
Battery Terminal Cleaning Service
Our technicians will perform a visual inspection of battery cable terminals, prevent loss of power to digital clocks, door locks and other systems by connecting an external electrical power source to the system, remove the battery cable terminals from the battery, clean and replace the battery posts, reconnect the battery cable terminals, coat the battery posts and cable terminals with a protective spray.
Why it's important: Provides a complete connection maximizing the performance of your vehicle's battery.
Battery Terminal Replacement Service
Our technicians will perform the same steps as are performed in Battery Terminal Cleaning except that a replacement of the battery posts will occur instead of a cleaning of the existing battery posts.
Why it's important: Provides a complete connection maximizing the performance of your vehicle's battery.
Light Bulb Inspection & Replacement Service
Our technicians will check and test all of your vehicle's exterior lights. And at your request, replace any malfunctioning bulbs.
Why it's important: Your exterior lights, headlights, rear lights, brake lights, turn signals, backup lights and marker lights are essential parts of your vehicle's safety equipment. They are the main ways that you see the road and are seen by other drivers.
Tires may wear differently depending on their position on the vehicle, your driving style and the condition of your suspension. Regularly rotating your tires can evenly distribute their wear-helping you get the most miles out of your tires while maximizing traction on all four wheels.
Tire Rotation Service
Our technicians will change the position of vehicle's tires according to your vehicle and tire manufacturers' recommended rotation pattern.
Why it's important: Helps maximize the life of your tires.
The drivetrain serves two functions: it transfers power evenly from the engine to all drive wheels and it varies the amount of torque. The drivetrain may include the differential, a transfer case (in four-wheel and all-wheel) drive cars and the transmission.
Our technicians will remove the old differential fluid and replace it with new lubricating fluid based on your vehicle manufacturer's recommendations.
Why it's important: The differential is a special gear box located between the drive wheels of your vehicle. It allows the drive wheels to turn at different speeds, as they must when turning a corner. Over time, high operating temperatures can cause the lubricating fluid in the differential to break down, developing a gummy texture that doesn't properly lubricate the gears. Replacing the fluid can help you avoid premature wear on the gears in the differential, and can even help reduce wear on drive-wheel tires.
Transfer Case Service
Our technicians will drain the old fluid in the transfer case and replace it with new fluid that conforms to your vehicle manufacturer's recommendation.
Why it's important: The transfer case is a special gear box found in four-wheel and all-wheel-drive vehicles. It sends drive power from the engine to the front and rear axles. In all-wheel-drive vehicles, the transfer case helps to shift power from one axle to another, depending upon traction conditions. Lubricant fluid in the transfer case helps to keep its gears cool and turning smoothly. Replacing this fluid at appropriate intervals can help prevent premature wear and damage caused by contaminated or broken-down lubricant.
The driver ultimately controls how much fuel and air an engine takes in every time the vehicle's gas pedal is pressed. The pedal tells the throttle valve how much air to let in and the computer tells the fuel system how much fuel to deliver. Before being sucked into the combustion chamber of an engine cylinder, these calculated amounts of air and fuel are typically mixed together. There the spark plug ignites the mixture, producing the controlled burn that powers the vehicle.
Fuel System Cleaning Service
Our technicians will administer service to help clean the fuel system and combustion chamber with multi-step cleaners.
Why it's important: Helps maintain optimal engine performance.
Fuel Filter Replacement Service
Our technicians will remove and replace the old fuel filter with a new one that meets your manufacturer's recommendations.
Why it's important: Helps ensure optimal fuel cleanliness and engine performance.
Transmission gears deliver power from the engine to the drive wheels, shifting automatically to provide the best power and efficiency for your driving speed.
Automatic Transmission Fluid Exchange Service
Our technicians will removal the old transmission fluid and replace it with new, clean fluid of the grade recommended by your vehicle manufacturer.
Why it's important: Improves lubrication and helps maximize the life of the transmission.
Automatic Transmission Drain and Fill Service
Our technicians will remove the transmission fill/drain plug to remove the old automatic transmission fluid. Then they will reinstall the transmission fill/drain plug. And lastly they will fill the transmission with new automatic transmission fluid to the proper level.
Why it's important: Automatic transmission fluid lubricates, cools and cleans internal components of the transmission. It also helps to maintain the hydraulic pressure necessary for the transmission to function. The additives in the transmission fluid can be depleted over time.
Automatic Transmission Filter Replacement Service
Our technicians will remove the transmission pan. Then they will remove the old transmission filter and replace it with a new transmission filter. Next they will remove the old gasket material and replace the pan gasket with a new gasket and reinstall the pan. Lastly they will refill the transmission with new automatic transmission fluid to the proper level.
Why it's important: The automatic transmission filter helps remove dirt and contaminants from the automatic transmission fluid.
Manual Transmission Service
Our technicians will evacuate the old manual transmission fluid and then fill the manual transmission fluid with the manufacturer's recommended type and quantity of new fluid.
Why it's important: Manual transmission fluid provides lubrication to gears, bearings, shafts, and other internal components. Heat, pressure and friction can slowly breakdown the additives in the manual transmission fluid. In addition, small particles of metal may come off the gears as they wear and these metal particles can mix with the fluid.
Windshield wiper blades are made of a soft rubber compound. Over time, the elements break down that compound and make it brittle. As this happens, your windshield wipers will leave streaks, potentially affecting your ability to see the road ahead and compromising your road safety.
Windshield Wiper Replacement Service
Our technicians will inspect your wiper blades and let you know if they are cracked, split, torn or brittle indicating that it's time for a replacement.
Why it's important: May improve visibility during inclement weather.
Windshield Repair Service
Our technicians will remove debris from the area of impact and seal the damaged area by injecting a polymer into the damaged area.
Why it's important: Helps to prevent minor chips and cracks from spreading.