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The Easy Way to Maintain Your Vehicle Warranty

Every once-in-a-while, we hear from a customer who’s been led to believe that maintenance services must be performed by a dealership to maintain a vehicle’s warranty. That’s simply not true.\n\nYou can maintain your warranty with oil changes and other preventive maintenance at your local Oil Can Henry’s.\n\nIn fact, the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act expressly prohibits manufacturers from requiring that … Continue reading The Easy Way to Maintain Your Vehicle Warranty

10 Tips to Spend Less at the Gas Pump

Updated: March 13, 2014\n\nAccording to AAA’s Fuel Gauge Report, the average price for a gallon of gas in the U.S. is $3.50. That’s 20 cents higher than this time last month, but 20 cents lower than one year ago.\n\nFuel is a significant, yet necessary, expense for most of us. That’s why we’re sharing these 10 tips from … Continue reading 10 Tips to Spend Less at the Gas Pump

The Dangers of Driving with Low Oil Level

We’ve seen a surprising number of vehicles arriving at our centers with low, or no, engine oil.\n\nIt’s our mission to help drivers get the most out of their vehicles by ensuring those vehicles run better and last longer. So, this is a concern.\n\nIt’s important to monitor the oil level in your vehicle because driving with little or … Continue reading The Dangers of Driving with Low Oil Level

Lincoln City: Furthering International Relations with Superior Service

My husband and I witnessed the most remarkable professionalism by two employees at Oil Can Henry’s in Lincoln City.\n\nWe were visitors from Canada and had no previous knowledge of the company prior to requesting the oil change service.\n\nWe were incredibly impressed with the customer service we received (not to mention the cleanliness of the garage).\n\nThe … Continue reading Lincoln City: Furthering International Relations with Superior Service

December Anniversaries: Earning Trust and Thriving in Milwaukie

Known as the “Dogwood City of the West“, Milwaukie, Ore., was home to largest and oldest dogwood tree in the United States until 1962.\n\nThat year, a massive Columbus Day windstorm ravaged the Pacific Northwest and caused significant damage to the tree, which had soared 65 feet high and spread 50 feet. When it was determined … Continue reading December Anniversaries: Earning Trust and Thriving in Milwaukie

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