COVID-19 UPDATEWe take the well-being of our employees and our customers seriously. We are working to support our employees during this trying time. Due to these ever-changing times, some of our centers may reduce their hours of operation. Please check with your local American LubeFast center, as schedules may change quickly. We are following our cleaning protocols and will continue to monitor CDC recommendations relating to sanitation procedures. We thank you for your patience and support.
Being the Best Oil Change in Macon is Our Mission
We are proud to be part of the community in Macon. Our oil change location in Macon looks forward to serving you, as our friends and neighbors, each and every day. Along with our oil changes, we also provide all of the automotive maintenance services your car needs to keep running at peak performance. So don't forget to grab our oil change coupons before you come in to see us for extra savings.
Our Macon GA Oil Change Location
8am to 6pm Monday thru Friday
8am to 5pm Saturday
Closed on Sundays for our employees' families
Our Full Service Oil Change Includes: (most vehicles) *
- Recommended every 3 months or 3,000 miles.
- Up to 5 qts. of motor oil, new oil filter and chassis lube
- Multi-point service: All fluids and filters checked and filled
- All fluids meet or exceed your vehicle manufacturer’s recommendations and are collected and recycled to keep our planet green!
About Macon GA
Visit Macon, GA for a Southern adventure that is sure to be good for your soul! Macon’s historic undertones harmonize for any family vacation, and Macon attractions and tours offer a look into the area’s history. Stroll along the river or down wide avenues lined with art galleries, boutiques and architecture as diverse as the people who built it.
Macon’s planners created a city with a multitude of parks and spacious avenues. James Webb, the appointed surveyor, laid out the downtown streets of Macon in 1832 with wide streets and parks. The planners designated 250 acres for Central City Park and citizens were required by ordinances to plant shade trees in their front yards. Beautiful and shady still today, Macon lies on the site of the Ocmulgee Old Fields.