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As you drive to and from Washington, your engine is under tremendous heat and pressure. Over time the act of daily driving (even if done carefully) causes your Chevy’s oil to break down and lose its effectiveness. When using synthetic oil you can go longer between oil changes, but it’s still important to keep track of your mileage as even with a longer lifespan, synthetic oil still breaks down and requires replacing.
When choosing oil for your Chevrolet, there are many different options to choose from, and when comparing the two, a full-synthetic oil change offers many advantages over conventional oil change choices. The longer lifespan of synthetic oil means you can go longer between oil changes, which are more convenient and easier to schedule. In terms of performance, a full-synthetic oil change can handle more extremes in temperature when compared to traditional oil. Synthetic oil also handles startups during extreme cold due to its increased flow in colder weather. Synthetic engine oils also protect from build-up and engine sludge.
One of the key advantages of synthetic oil is how long it lasts when compared to conventional oil. In general conventional oil has to be changed every 3,000 to 5,000 miles. By comparison, a full synthetic oil should last between 7,500 – 10,000 miles between changes. External factors such as temperature, the amount of traffic you encounter, road quality, and your own driving habits can affect how long your oil lasts.
If your oil needs changing, there will be signs of this when driving in Santa Clara. Issues such as increased exhaust, a reduction in your Chevy’s gas mileage, odd noises, overheating, and engine lights are all signs your oil should be replaced as soon as possible. These issues should not be ignored as bad oil can be hazardous to your safety and also lead to expensive engine repairs if left unchanged for too long.
When looking for a mechanic in St. George (and nearby cities such as Ivins), there are several different dealerships, chain stores, and independent mechanics who offer oil changes. At Stephen Wade Chevrolet, we stand out from the rest due to our focus on customer satisfaction, comfort, and high-quality work. All our technicians are fully certified, and we only use official OEM parts and fluids. We also offer courtesy loaners, rental cars, complimentary beverages and snacks, a comfortable waiting area, Saturday hours, and more. Contact us today to schedule your oil change.