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Local auto shop owner recommends inspections sooner than later

Using synthetic oils for vehicles can make the car run better and longer but a Sturgeon Bay auto shop owner says that does not mean vehicle owners should hold off on getting routine inspections. Synthetic oils can withstand heat and contaminants longer than standard motor oils and depending on the manufacture can last anywhere from 5,000 miles to 12,000 miles before needing to be replaced. Sahs Auto Collision and Service Center owner Randy Sahs says while synthetic oils can extend the time needed in-between oil changes; vehicle owners should still bring their cars in for routine inspections.

 

 

Sahs adds that vehicle owners should check their owner manuals and talk to a qualified service center to see what kind of oil is recommended and how often they should bring their vehicles in for inspections.

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