Oil bottles are lubricants in Vehicles, Generators and in various Crafting recipes. Oil is commonly found in garages, gas stations and auto repair shops. Look for red metal shelves with small wheels, as they usually have at least one bottle of oil on them.
The Oil bottles on Orca Island appear to be the product of Route 88 Inc., the locally operating gas station company. The Oil bottle's front label displays the Route 88 logo, while the back shows an imprint in the plastic itself. Route 88 Inc. appears to have been a multinational corporation, as the back label of oil bottles states them to have been made in the USA.
- The text on the back label of the bottle starts in English but appears to be mostly Latin. The exact meaning of the text is unknown at the moment.