5 Reasons To Get Your Oil Changed
- Keeps all the fast moving parts in an engine lubricated, preventing any wear down
- Oil lubrication prevents and friction that might cause excessive heat
- Removes engine wear particles and sludge
- Improves gas mileage
- Promotes vehicle longevity
How Often Do I Get My Oil Changed?
We’ve had customers walk in and state they’ve been told every 5,000 miles, while others swear they’ve pushed it to 10,000 miles before changing their oil with no problems. The real answer? Well there is no specific way of going about it. Most new vehicles are built to go 7,500 miles before they need an oil change. Some car drivers still go by the golden rule of every 3,000 miles. We always follow what the car manufacturer recommends or what you request. Changing your oil more frequently than not also allows for the mechanic to inspect other parts of your vehicle, like timing belt inspections or brakes.