Debunking motor oil myths saves drivers money & time

Motor oil is the lifeblood of every vehicle, ensuring the engine stays clean and lubricated and keeping your car on the road, but common myths about motor oil may end up costing you time and money.

You may have been taught to have your motor oil changed every 3,000 miles, but for most vehicles and motor oils, that is unnecessary. Most newer model cars are equipped with digital displays that alert a driver when the car is getting low on oil and needs to be serviced. For most vehicles, you can get your oil changed between every 5,000 to 7,000 miles. Synthetic oils are commonly used in cars now, but some people mistakenly believe they can cause oil leaks. That's not true, synthetic oils are safe for your engine and don't cause leaks.

If it is time to have your car's oil changed, or you need other routine maintenance, call Stevenson Mazda of Wilmington today.

 
 

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