Benefits of Keeping Up With Your Oil Change Services
February 21, 2012
Regular oil changes are necessary to ensure the proper performance of a car’s engine. An oil change, which involves installing a new engine oil filter and draining old engine oil and replacing it with fresh, clean oil, offers a myriad of benefits.
Oil changes help to keep car engines clean and running smoothly. As an engine operates, microscopic wear and debris particles flake off from various internal engine parts and enter a car’s oil. Regularly changing a car’s oil eliminates these particles and ensures that an engine is bathed and lubricated with clean, quality motor oil.
Longer Engine Life
Wear and friction are the two leading causes of engine wear and failure; regular oil changes reduce engine wear and result in a longer lasting car engine.
Lower Vehicle Emissions
Clean oil enables an engine to run cleaner, and a cleaner running engine emits less exhaust than a dirty engine. An oil change replaces old, dirty engine oil with fresh, clean engine oil, oil that is better able to absorb harmful engine particles and engine by-product emissions.
Better Gas Mileage
An oil change infuses an engine with clean, quality engine oil that provides better lubrication and friction-reducing capabilities than old, dirty engine oil. Increased engine lubrication results in less engine friction, which enables an engine to run easier and smoother and leads to increased gas mileage.
Better Engine Performance
Clean engine oil allows an engine’s internal parts to operate easier and smoother, enabling an engine to maximize its mechanical output. This leads to not only an increase in gas mileage, but also an increase in engine performance.
Schedule your oil change today by calling 763.315.1800.
Transmission Fluid Flush
February 14, 2012
We recommend them every 50K miles if you drive normally and more frequently if you do a lot of towing. Transmission fluid flushes are easily forgotten about routine maintenance with expensive repercussions. Remember, maintenance is always cheaper than repairs.
January 6, 2012
Winter tires are the bomb and many sizes are on sale now. Driving in the Arctic tundra like climate that is Minnesota winters can be problematic. Winter tires are made from a special rubber compound that provides better traction and handling in cold weather. I promise they are legit but if you don’t believe me, Google it. I have them on both mine and my wife’s car.