Thom Blackett | April 16, 2020
Aside from filling the gas tank, changing a car’s engine oil is perhaps the most common task required to keep a vehicle running properly. This bit of routine maintenance can be done by a quick-lube station during your lunch break, at the dealership while running errands on a Saturday morning, or even in your own driveway after work. Fresh oil is an engine’s best friend, but too much of it can cause costly damage and should be removed as soon as possible.
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