Have you ever gotten an oil change and wondered, “Can I put synthetic oil in my car?” Here’s why you can and should consider switching to synthetic oil.
Most new vehicles call for synthetic oil year-round, but what about your not-so-new car? Here are the benefits of using synthetic oil for winter driving.
You could be inadvertently damaging your engine with every cold winter start. For this reason, automakers may recommend using a different oil for winter.
With so many types of oils to choose from, it can be difficult to know which is the correct choice for your car’s engine. Test your knowledge.
Does your car really need its plastic undercarriage cover? We’ve got the answer.
If the rumbling heart of your vehicle is the engine, then the heart of your engine is the oil pump, at the center of the engine lubrication system.
Halloween’s spookiness is all in good fun, but nightmare car issues can be all too real. It’s easy to get complacent about your car when it’s working happily, but neglecting it over time can end up making your time together more horror story than love story…
Changing your own oil is easy, but you need the know-how. Here are the tools needed to change oil on your own.
Changing your oil filter (and oil, of course) is the cornerstone of responsible engine maintenance. But what happens when you go to do the thing and your oil filter is uncooperative? If you know how to remove a stuck oil filter you can get back to taking care of your car to keep it running smoothly….
Engine oil specifications from most major car and truck manufacturers can get very, very detailed. We’re talking beyond simply matching viscosity ratings and brands — today’s companies often have in-depth requirements as to what oil you can put into their vehicles in…