When you need a New Orleans oil change, you need the New Orleans auto care pros at Twin Tire.
When you got into your car this morning, you noticed that it had rolled over another 3,000 miles. Now you're wondering if you should stop and get your oil changed or if you can squeeze out another few miles to go places - like Crawfest - without endangering your engine.
The quick answer is it's probably okay to wait a bit before you change your oil.
The rule of thumb that all cars should have their oil changed every 3,000 miles or three months is a "myth for the vast majority of cars," according to Edmunds.com.
"Experts agree that the oil in today's cars should be changed at the designated intervals in the owner's manual or when the car's oil life monitor light appears," Edmunds says. "Oil experts and car manufacturers say that oil chemistry and engine technology have evolved tremendously in recent years, extending oil change intervals."
The real answer is to let your owner's manual and your car be your guide. If, however, there's something else wrong, or you've been stressing your car with so-called severe driving - like pulling a heavy load - then your best tactic is to talk to an expert, like the New Orleans auto care pros at Twin Tire Auto Care.
Twin Tire has been the trusted New Orleans auto care and auto repair service center since 1973. Twin Tire has three convenient New Orleans auto care and auto repair service centers to help you - Marrero, Harvey and Hammond. Twin Tirealso has a New Orleans auto repair and auto care location in Harahan for heavy commercial vehicles.
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