Why You're Not Gaining Anything by Still Changing Your Engine Oil Every 3,000 Miles

It's no longer necessary to change the oil every 3,000 miles and you shouldn't if your vehicle manufacturer doesn't say to do so. Your vehicle manufacturer's recommendation is the better advice to follow.

What Changing Your Oil Every 3,000 Miles Does

Continuing to change your oil every 3,000 miles when not necessary does more bad than good.

  1. It takes money from your wallet and only benefits the oil change companies that give you those 3000-mile stickers
  2. It is not necessary for the health of your engine despite the claims made by some mechanics
  3. It puts more pollution in the environment

The Right Oil Change Times as Told by Our Dealership

Changing your oil should be done at our dealership because we'll change it at the right time and we'll do a few other checks and tune-ups on your vehicle when you come in. We're easy to get to in Antioch, IL.

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