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Frequently Asked Questions

frequently asked store questions

Store FAQs

Our locations throughout Greater Miami & South Florida are focused on keeping our customers on track and well cared for. Please contact us ahead of time with any special requests or questions concerning any specific store and its operational activities.
What are the Hometown Lube hours of operation?

Our business hours are Monday - Friday: 8:00AM - 6:00PM & Saturday: 10:00AM - 4:00PM

Where is the nearest Hometown Lube location?

You can quickly locate the nearest location on our Locations page.

frequently asked customer service questions

Customer Service FAQs

At Hometown Lube, we put our customers first. If you have a question or concern about an experience online or at one of our locations, we'd like to hear from you.
What can I expect from my visit?

At Hometown Lube, you can expect to have your service options clearly explained so you can make decisions that are best for you and your vehicle. You will receive top quality preventive maintenance services - based on your vehicle manufacturer recommendations - performed by highly-trained technicians - all at an exceptional value.

How Do I Establish a Fleet account?

To access information on Fleet accounts, please contact us directly at (305) 466-8639. We have a comprehensive Fleet Services program that can help you keep your vehicles on the road and your drivers productive.

frequently asked automotive maintenance questions

Automotive Service FAQs

Our talented technicians ensure vital automotive processes are in working order via comprehensive repairs and refills of lube and coolant. We'll keep vehicles humming with a wealth of preventive and diagnostic services for engines, electrical systems and more.
When should I bring my car in for an oil change?

A good rule to follow is to have your oil and filter changed every 3000 miles or 3 months; check your oil at every gas fill up - if you have bubbles, a milky look or a strong smell of gas - have your car serviced a our local Hometown Lube as soon as possible.

What should I do when my temperature indicator is pointing in the red?

The fastest thing you can do is turn off your A/C and turn on your heater to high. This will draw heat away from the engine and cool your car. But you should still pull over to the side of the road and wait until the car cools down completely.