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#1 (permalink) Old 04-06-2004, 11:24 AM
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Hi,

Since I moved to San Diego I have not changed my car oil or other fluids my self. Where is there a good place to dispose of these fluids? Will any Garage (ie A Shell service station or PepBoys etc.) recycle these fluids for you? Will there be a Fee?

Your suggestions/experiences on a place where I can bring old auto fluids please.

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yes any car store, dealer, shop will dispose of it for free.

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Delear charges to dispose of oil.

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just leave it in the bottles during the night. just make sure noone sees you. haha d
i mean its better than throwing it away in the trash..

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LOL, my boss use to do that at autozone when they stopped taking the oil for free.

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I believe Pep Boys will take it as well as a Wal-Mart with an auto dept. Most parts stores will also take it for free or a minimal charge.
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