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Don’t Neglect Your Routine Oil Change

The standard time frame to get an oil change is between 3,000 – 5,000 miles. We all know that oil changes are a necessity, but the average automobile owner doesn’t understand why it’s important. A majority of people, however, know that the engine is the most significant component of a vehicle. Without oil, the engine would not be able to run. Furthermore, oil controls the engine’s temperature so that it does not get too hot. Oil also prevents the clumping of carbon deposits forming in the engine.

Regular Oil Changes

How often you should change your oil and the kind of oil you need are questions that are constantly debated in the automotive industry. However, the more necessary topic to discuss is how many miles are you putting on your vehicle during the given time frame. Attempting to dictate when you should get an oil change based off a time period can be inefficient due to all of the factors that come into play. Things such as make/model of your vehicle, type of oil utilized, and how you drive your car all matter. We suggest that your look over your car’s owner manual to get a better idea of how frequently you should get your oil changed. In essence. The number of miles that you drive is more important than the amount of time driven. Keep track of your mileage by checking your odometer every so often. The amount of weight your vehicle carries and severe weather conditions can also play a part due to how hard they make your engine work.

Avoiding Oil Changes

Forgetting to service your car with an oil change can cause some serious issues for your down the road. The older your oil gets, it begins to form like sludge. This sludge builds up in your engine over time which can damage your engine if not dealt with. Engines are expensive to clean so it makes much more sense to just service your vehicle on a routine basis for oil changes.

In Need of an Oil Change?

We know that there are a plethora of options when choosing where to get your oil changed. That’s why we’re writing to let you know that your vehicle is in good hands here at our shop. Our trained mechanics have collectively performed thousands of oil changes and will efficiently get your vehicle in and out the shop so you can get back to your busy life. We’ll get the job done right, the first time! Come in today or give us a call to schedule an appointment.

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