You Don't Need an Oil Change Every 3,000 Miles

Getting an oil change every 3,000 miles is a piece of advice that most drivers have heard at some point. Unfortunately, this is not as true as it once was due to the advancements that the automotive engineering industry has made in recent years. If every 3,000 miles is too much, then what is the correct oil change interval.

That will depend on both the type of car you drive and your personal driving habits. Reading through your vehicle's owner's manual is a good place to start if you are looking for a rough estimate of how often to change your oil. If you want to be a little more precise, then get under your car's hood and manually check the oil in the engine. Replace it only when it is dirty.

If you would like more information on this topic, then be sure to contact our service team at Jenkins Nissan of Leesburg!

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