Most of us are familiar with the fact that we need to change the oil in our cars after driving a certain number of miles on the road. This interval can be 3,000 miles, 5,000 miles, 7,500 miles or 10,000 miles. It all depends on the age, make, and model of our vehicle.

A question pops up when a driver does not drive very many miles in a year. Do they still need to get an oil change? The answer is a resounding yes. This is why we at Hanna Imports are reminding motorists in Raleigh that they should get their oil changed even if they drive little mileage on the road.

A good rule of thumb is to change your oil whenever you have driven the interval specified by your manufacturer or whenever six months have passed. Changing your oil even if your car has not reached the specified interval will ensure your engine is protected and increase the longevity and efficiency of your vehicle.



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