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How to Keep Your Car’s Interior Clean: 12 Simple Steps

While many people visit the car wash regularly to get their car’s outside sparkling, they often skip cleaning their car’s interior. Maybe they assume no one will see the inside of the car so they can afford to ignore it. Or maybe they figure that spotless seats and a shiny dashboard simply aren’t as important as a streak-free exterior. But learning how to keep your car’s interior clean is a vital part of your vehicle’s maintenance process. The interior of our car reflects ourselves, and we want to ensure that it always looks its best. Keep reading to learn about the benefits of cleaning your car’s interior and how to keep your car clean.

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How Long Can You Go Without an Oil Change?

An oil change is a standard maintenance service. Your car’s oil keeps your engine functioning well and your vehicle running at peak performance. Engine oil is an essential lubricant that keeps all your components working as they should without accumulating waste or debris.

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Synthetic Oil vs. Conventional Oil: What's the Difference?

Oil changes are essential in maintaining your vehicle and protecting your engine. With so many types of motor oil to choose from, it can become challenging for consumers to know what type is best for their vehicles. Fortunately, we’re here to help you understand the differences between the two most common types of motor oil: synthetic oil vs. conventional oil.

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4 TYPES OF MOTOR OIL: WHAT TYPE OF OIL SHOULD YOU USE FOR YOUR CAR?

For many, car maintenance is simply a hassle. Finding time for an oil change appointment is hard enough, but not understanding precisely what your car needs can evoke feelings of anxiety, inadequacy, and stress. Rather than getting overwhelmed trying to figure out the best motor oil brands, take some time to read this guide for an in-depth understanding of the different types of engine oil.

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OIL CHANGE TIME VS. MILEAGE: WHICH SHOULD YOU BASE IT ON?

Every car owner knows they need to get their engine oil changed—the question is: how often? If you’re like many drivers, you’ve probably heard about the standard 3,000-mile rule, which dictates that you should perform an oil change on your vehicle every 3,000 miles. This, however, is an outdated rule.

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8 TIPS TO EXTEND OIL LIFE AND OIL CHANGE INTERVALS

Your engine oil is vital to keeping your vehicle in top shape. While you must ensure that your oil is well maintained, the timing for getting an oil change may vary. Keep reading to learn how to safely extend oil change intervals without compromising your engine’s health and lifespan.

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HOW OFTEN SHOULD YOU CHANGE YOUR CAR'S ENGINE AIR FILTER

Every time you hit the road in your car, it faces an onslaught of airborne contaminants such as dust, dirt, and pollen. The engine air filter serves a vital role in managing these contaminants and keeping your car running smoothly. Like all components, the filter eventually wears out, leaving many car owners to grapple with the question: “How often should I replace my car’s air filter?”

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The Best Car Oil for Winter: How Cold Weather Affects Oil

Cold temperatures can significantly impact engine oil, affecting your car’s overall performance. Keeping things running smoothly during winter requires preparation. That’s why choosing the right engine oil for winter is essential—so your car is prepared for whatever comes.

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What Does the Oil Light Mean? How to Take Care of Your Vehicle

Eventually, every driver has to deal with an oil warning light. While receiving the message can elevate your anxiety, there’s no reason to panic as long as you take the appropriate action. What does the oil light mean? Well, you should know two types of warning lights: an oil change and an oil pressure light. Several reasons, such as a clogged filter, low oil levels, or faulty sensors, can cause both. Scheduling an oil change is the best way to keep your car running efficiently and deal with the problems those lights represent. Let’s examine what those lights indicate, the main causes, and what you can do when faced with this situation.

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Engine Air Filter vs. Cabin Air Filter: What's the Difference?

High-quality air is crucial for both your body and your car’s engine. That’s why you’ll find air filters in the engine compartment and the vehicle’s cabin. Learn more about engine air filters vs. cabin air filters and how to care for them here.

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