Premium Automotive Oils and Fluids

Protect various components within your vehicle’s engine, transmission, differential, steering, braking, and cooling systems with our selection of oils and fluids. From engine oil and coolant to transmission, differential, power steering, and brake fluid, each serves a specific function to ensure optimal vehicle operation and longevity.

Buying your automotive oils and fluids at PickupsPlusCars ensures access to a comprehensive selection of top-quality products from trusted brands. With our knowledgeable staff providing expert advice and assistance, competitive pricing, and convenient shopping options, we aim to provide customer satisfaction and peace of mind for our central Ohio clientele.

Protect Your Vehicle's Components

  • Lubrication

    The right oils and fluids provide essential lubrication to various components within your vehicle’s engine, transmission, differential, and other systems, reducing friction between moving parts and minimizing wear and tear.

  • Cooling

    These fluids help dissipate heat generated during engine and transmission operation, ensuring that temperatures remain within optimal ranges and preventing overheating, which can lead to component damage and failure.

  • Protection

    Automotive oils and fluids protect against corrosion, oxidation, and contamination, safeguarding critical components from damage and prolonging their lifespan. They form protective barriers, clean internal surfaces, and prevent the formation of harmful deposits.

  • Functionality

    Each type of oil and fluid serves a specific function tailored to its respective system, such as lubricating engine parts, facilitating smooth gear shifts, distributing power between wheels, providing hydraulic assistance in steering, enabling efficient braking, and regulating engine temperature. These fluids contribute to the overall functionality, performance, and reliability of the vehicle.


  • How do I check the level of engine oil in my vehicle?

    To check the engine oil level, ensure your vehicle is parked on level ground and the engine is turned off. Locate the engine oil dipstick, usually indicated by a brightly colored handle, and remove it from the engine. Wipe the dipstick clean, reinsert it fully into the oil reservoir, then withdraw it again. Check the oil level against the markings or indicators on the dipstick. If the oil level is below the recommended range, add oil as needed to bring it to the appropriate level.
  • What is the difference between conventional and synthetic engine oil?

    Conventional engine oil is derived from crude oil and undergoes minimal processing, while synthetic engine oil is chemically engineered to provide enhanced performance and protection. Synthetic oil offers better resistance to heat, oxidation, and viscosity breakdown, resulting in improved engine protection, fuel efficiency, and longer oil change intervals compared to conventional oil. However, both types of oil meet industry standards and are suitable for use in most vehicles.
  • Can I use aftermarket additives with my vehicle's engine oil or transmission fluid?

    While aftermarket additives claim to improve engine or transmission performance, it's generally not necessary or recommended to use them with modern vehicles. Automotive manufacturers design engine oils and transmission fluids to meet specific performance standards and requirements, and adding aftermarket additives may interfere with their formulation or cause adverse effects. Additionally, using additives could void vehicle warranties, so it's best to follow manufacturer recommendations and consult a qualified technician if unsure.
  • How do I dispose of used automotive oils and fluids properly?

    Used automotive oils and fluids should never be disposed of by pouring them down drains, onto the ground, or into trash bins, as they can contaminate soil, waterways, and groundwater. Instead, take used oils and fluids to designated recycling centers, automotive service facilities, or collection events, where they can be properly recycled or disposed of according to environmental regulations. Many auto parts stores and repair shops also accept used oils and fluids for recycling at no charge.

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