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Is It The Time To Replace Your Motor oil Yet?

Surprisingly enough, lots of people take their cars to just one of those quick oil change places every 3,000 miles or every 3-4 months. I want to ask you something. Who said to replace your motor oil every 3,000 miles or every 3 months? Most likely, your dad could have told you to do so because that's what was recommended to him by oil change service centers. Here let us explain to you how to discover how often you will need to change your oil and why you have been lied to all these years.

So, why were you informed that quarterly oil changes were needed for car maintenance? This myth was started by the big oil companies over forty years ago. Consider it this way, if you replace your oil every six months at one of those oil change places they shall be making about $75 a year off you. When you regularly change your oil every 3 months they're looking at an income of $150 every year from you. That may not look like reasonable, now multiply that by billions of people worldwide. Do you discover why the big oil companies would carry on and push this recommendation since they would stand to make even more billions of dollars annually?

You can just forget about what you have been notified about reserving oil changes. Don't pay attention to everyone either. Instead, have a look at the owner's handbook provided by the maker. In the manual you will discover all the knowledge about maintaining your car. You will find out how many times you should replace your air filter, how frequently to change your transmission fluid and even how often you should change your oil. Interestingly, car manufacturers typically suggest oil changes every 6000 to 7500 miles.

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