Changing Your Oil Matters!

Changing the oil in your car is one of the most important things that must be done to ensure adequate maintenance of your vehicle.

Oil is essential to prevent wear of internal engine parts. This helps the engine run smoothly and last longer, optimizing performance.Your vehicle’s oil has a certain percentage of maximum tolerance of impurities and moisture to function properly as a lubricant. The normal engine operation creates these impurities, it is for this reason why the oil should be changed every certain period of time / mileage (for moisture accumulation).

All of the moving parts in your car are made of various metals and move mechanically. Because of this, it is important to keep them lubed properly so that wear and tear is kept to a minimum, which is where proper oil is essential. As the oil moves through the engine while your car runs, it has a tendency to pick up particles of dirt and residue. Clean oil (without the residue) moves smoothly, while dirty oil has the capability of clogging up small passages.

This is why changing your vehicle’s oil on a regular basis is so important. If you don’t think you have the time or money to get your oil changed and you choose to wait, eventually the oil will get worse, becoming more like sludge and clog your engine. Engines are expensive to clean, and replacing a worn-out piston is not an auto repair bill you want to receive. Bottom line: It’s worth the time and minimal cost of maintenance!

Visit our shop and let us help you choose the best oil for your car. Trust the experts to ensure your safety on the road. Also, don’t forget to check out our website to stay informed and save money


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