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Everyone wants to change your oil.  The corner lube shop. Your dealer. Even the automotive aftermarket chains, such as Pep Boys.

If you want to know who you should trust, read our Speedy-Lube Survival Guide. But if you believe that anyone can change oil and you just want the lowest price—or the best value—check out our chart below. It includes a variety of places that offer oil changes as well as other maintenance checks that are included in the price. Oh, and don’t just follow the old rule of thumb that said you should change your oil every 3,000 miles. Instead, check your owner’s manual to find the proper maintenance schedule for your vehicle.

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