It may drive me to Walmart for the dead-of-winter one. At least where I live, they're actually better than the quick oil-change specialty shops. They'll also use whatever oil you want (as long as you buy it there) and an OEM filter (if you have a receipt from the dealership, presumably to prevent installing counterfeits). They won't discount the price any for the filter, though, and they won't use a third-party filter provided by the customer. It either has to be purchased there or be OEM."recommends... changed every 3,750 miles or 6 months"
I think this will drive owners to quicky lubes & dino oil.
I've used them a few times when it was just too blasted cold to do oil changes outside. They have a pretty good system set up. One guy is on top, and another in the pit. They shout at each other and run through a checklist. They also pull up the oil capacity, torque, etc. on a computer and have never overfilled any car I've owned.
They did make one mistake once on one of my Saturns when they didn't use the oil and filter I handed them. They re-did it and comped me for the whole job -- even including the oil that was left in the five-quart jug after the fill. So I really can't complain.