Ohio’s Top Choice for Auto Supplies

PickupsPlusCars provides a comprehensive selection of high-quality products, including a range of supplies, equipment, and chemicals from reputable brands. This ensures you have access to reliable and durable solutions for multiple automotive needs. Our knowledgeable staff can offer expert advice and assistance, helping you select the right products for your specific vehicles and requirements.

We also offer additional services such as installation or maintenance guidance to further enhance your shopping and car-care experience. Whether you’re looking for performance-enhancing fuels and lubricants, engine oil and power steering fluid, or sealing and degreasing compounds, we’re the No. 1 choice for automotive supplies in central Ohio.

Everything You Need for Vehicle Maintenance

  • Additives

    Automotive additives are specialized substances designed to enhance the performance, efficiency, and longevity of your vehicle’s systems. Some options include fuel additives for improving fuel economy, engine cleaners to remove deposits and carbon buildup, coolant additives for corrosion protection, and oil additives to improve lubrication and reduce friction in the engine.

  • Lubricants

    Lubricants are essential fluids used to reduce friction and wear between moving vehicle parts. They include engine oil, transmission fluid, differential fluid, and grease. Engine oil lubricates internal engine components, while transmission fluid ensures smooth gear shifts and protects transmission components. Differential fluid lubricates the gears and bearings in the differential, and grease is used for lubricating various chassis components such as ball joints and wheel bearings.

  • Oil and Fluids

    Automotive oil and fluids encompass a range of essential formulas necessary for proper vehicle operation. This includes engine oil, which lubricates the engine's moving parts and helps dissipate heat, transmission fluid for smooth gear shifts and transmission component protection, brake fluid for transferring force from the brake pedal to the brake calipers or wheel cylinders, coolant for engine temperature regulation and corrosion prevention, power steering fluid for hydraulic assistance in steering, and windshield washer fluid for cleaning the windshield.

  • Chemical Tools

    Chemical tools are used for maintenance, repair, and cleaning tasks. This includes cleaners and degreasers for removing dirt, grease, and grime from engine components, sealants and adhesives for sealing leaks or bonding materials, rust inhibitors for preventing corrosion on metal surfaces, and brake cleaners for removing brake dust and contaminants from brake components. You can also find diagnostic chemicals such as leak detection dye for identifying fluid leaks in the engine, transmission, or cooling system.


  • How often should I replace essential automotive fluids such as engine oil, transmission fluid, and coolant?

    Fluid replacement frequency depends on your vehicle’s make and model, driving conditions, and manufacturer recommendations. Generally, engine oil should be replaced every 5,000 to 7,500 miles, transmission fluid every 30,000 to 60,000 miles, and coolant every 30,000 to 50,000 miles. It's crucial to consult your vehicle’s owner's manual or a trusted technician for specific maintenance intervals.
  • Are there different types of automotive lubricants available, and how do I choose the right one for my vehicle?

    Yes, there are various types of automotive lubricants, including engine oil, transmission fluid, differential fluid, and grease, each designed for specific applications and components. When choosing the right lubricant for your vehicle, consider factors such as viscosity grade, performance specifications, and manufacturer recommendations. Consulting your vehicle's owner's manual or a trusted automotive retailer can help you select the appropriate lubricants.
  • What should I do if I accidentally mix incompatible automotive fluids or chemicals?

    Mixing incompatible fluids or chemicals in your vehicle can lead to adverse effects such as reduced performance, component damage, or system failure. If you accidentally mix incompatible fluids, it's essential to immediately drain and flush the affected system to remove the contaminated fluid. Consult a qualified technician for guidance on proper flushing procedures and to assess any potential damage.
  • Are there eco-friendly or environmentally safe alternatives available for automotive supplies and chemicals?

    Yes, many manufacturers offer eco-friendly or environmentally safe alternatives for automotive supplies and chemicals, including biodegradable lubricants, non-toxic cleaners, and recycled materials. These products are designed to minimize environmental impact while still providing effective performance and protection. Look for products labeled as "eco-friendly," "green," or "environmentally safe" when shopping for automotive supplies and chemicals.

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