If you own an automobile you probably know that regular oil changes is the most important part of maintaining a motor vehicle. This is because motor oil serves a number of crucial purposes in keeping your car running properly. In addition to keeping the many moving parts of your engine lubricated, motor oil reduces combustion deposits, slow rusting and corrosion, helps keep the engine clean, and more.
When you go too long without oil changes, you run the risk of what is colloquially known as “throwing a rod.” If you ignore doing routine oil changes and your car throws a rod, your engine will seize up due to a lack of lubrication and overheating, and you will end up with a huge auto repair bill.
We have all heard the rule about changing our motor oil every 3,000 miles. However, this “rule” is just a my