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02/19/2018
The motor oil's replacements are a vehicle's most important maintenance task. However, if you're not very responsible with them, read the tips in this post by John O Brown in Show Low to change that.

How to Be More Responsible With Your Vehicle's Synthetic Motor Oil Changes

If your engine is due a synthetic motor oil change, call John O Brown in Show Low at (520) 444-2634 or visit AMSOIL's online store to get the best products for it.

Learn About the Consequences

Sometimes, being scared straight is just what you need to correct your ways and become a more responsible vehicle-owner. If that approach could work for you, then you should learn about the consequences of not providing your vehicle with regular motor oil changes. For starters, if you fail to replace the motor oil, it will start to pick up the dirt and other filth that infiltrate the engine, which will make it grittier. Moreover, due to the extreme temperatures it has to endure, after some time, it will become thinner. Both of these changes are troubling: a thin oil won't protect your engine as well, and a dirty motor oil may even accelerate its wear and tear. This means that, by not changing the oil, your engine could be rendered useless in no-time, which can be very annoying and/or costly to repair.

Get More Information

Now that you know why you should change the motor oil in your vehicle, the responsible thing to do is get more information on when and how to perform this service. As you know, there's a lot of generic information regarding this issue (e.g. you have to change your oil every 3,000 miles). However, you should do some research to find out exactly what your vehicle requires in order to keep a healthy engine. To that end, you should first look through your owner's manual. In it, you'll find countless tips on how to care for your vehicle properly. Among those tips, you'll learn when to change your motor oil, how you can go about it, and what type of motor oil your engine needs. If you have any questions, you can also pay a visit to a reliable, professional mechanic who can give you specific tips on how to be a more responsible vehicle-owner who keeps up with its motor oil replacements.

If you want to have a strong, healthy engine for longer, purchase AMSOIL Signature Series 5W-30 Synthetic Motor Oil, the most effective synthetic motor oil in Show Low Call John O Brown at (520) 444-2634 to place an order.

Set an Alarm

Luckily for you, we live in a time in which there's an app for almost anything. That's why, if your memory isn't the strongest of them all, you can probably find something that will help you make up for it. For example, if you have trouble remembering when was the last time you replaced the motor oil, and when you should do it again, you can go on your smartphone and set an alarm. This way, when it goes off a few months down the road, you'll be reminded that you need to change the motor oil in your vehicle. Taking this simple step will allow you to maintain your vehicle and its engine in perfect working shape for a long, long time.

Write the Replacements Down

Another thing you should to stay on top of your vehicle's motor oil replacements is to write them down. Keeping a notebook where you document the date of each replacement, as well as how many bottles of synthetic oil you used for the change will help you keep better track of it all. This tip can, once again, be of great use if you don't trust your memory that much.

Get Assistance

Last but not least, you can seek outside help to become a more responsible vehicle owner. For example, if you share the vehicle with a family member, you can also share the responsibility of remembering the replacements and taking the vehicle in to get them done. This will increase the chances that this crucial maintenance will happen, and it will lift some of the burden off your shoulders. Likewise, many auto shops and agencies have a reminder service or app in which they call you up or notify you when the due date for your vehicle's motor oil change is coming up. If your mechanic offers this option, sign up for it so you never forget.

Call John O Brown in Show Low at (520) 444-2634 or visit AMSOIL's online store to find high quality products for your vehicle's maintenance.

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