Why You Shouldn't Believe The 3,000-Mile Oil-Change Myth

If you've ever owned a car, chances are you've heard that you should get your oil changed every 3,000 miles. Unfortunately, it is now known that that is far from the truth. While it was once a fact that cars required an oil change every 3,000 miles, that is no longer the case with most modern cars. This is because of the many changes made to engines in recent decades to increase their efficiency as well as changes made to oil itself. This means synthetic brands of oil.

So, how often do you get your oil changed in your vehicle? The first step should be to consult your car's manual or even asking the team members at your local dealership. Every vehicle has different needs. If your vehicle is in need of a routine oil change, come visit our experts at Honda of Great Falls. We will get you back on the road in no time!

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