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YourMechanic Chooses Castrol for Motor Oil

Posted on April 19, 2017

YourMechanic Services Inc., a national on-demand repair service, has named the Castrol Motor Oil division of BP Lubricants USA Inc. its exclusive motor oil supplier.

Under the five-year agreement, Castrol will be the exclusive motor oil provider for YourMechanic's consumer-facing business and business-to-business partners comprised of fleet, dealerships, and ridesharing customers.

YourMechanic says the partnership is a part of its strategy to collaborate with brands, including suppliers, who share a commitment to delivering quality products and services at a fair price.

Founded in 2012, YourMechanic is based in Mountain View, Calif. For more information, visit the company’s website.

Related Topics: Castrol Motor Oil, YourMechanic, YourMechanic Services Inc.

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