Don't Drive On Old Motor Oil

The time eventually arrives when a vehicle needs an oil change. Owners worried about driving on worthless oil keep a watchful eye on the odometer. They should keep an eye on the calendar, too. Motor oil starts to wear down as it ages. Don't make the mistake of keeping old oil running through the engine.

Oil breaks down due to usage. 5,000 miles appears to be the standard cutoff point for motor oil. Changing the oil earlier than 5,000 miles becomes necessary when the oil is too old. Aged oil can't do its job right. The old lubricant could cause engine damage.

How old is too old? After six months, the time arrives to replace the oil. Even if you only drove the vehicle only a limited amount of miles, the old oil must go.

Drivers in Berthierville and Sorel-Tracy can take their car to us at Paillé Berthierville for an oil change. Our service department waits for your call.



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