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Mechanic, Express Oil, Notes That Oil May Last Longer Than 3K Miles, But Oil Filter May Not

The Atlanta auto repair company, Express Oil, knows that changing your oil every 3,000 miles is a great way to keep your vehicle running smoothly. Synthetic blends can last longer, but most oil filters are not designed to withstand longer intervals.
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    NORCROSS, GA, February 27, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The Atlanta auto repair shop, Express Oil, wants to make it known that 3,000 mile oil change intervals still matter for urban drivers. Changing the oil in your vehicle is the most important thing you can do to keep it running well. When it comes to preventative maintenance, this has long been the determining factor for how long a vehicle will last. Think of oil as the life source of the engine; this substance helps lubricate critical mechanical parts and prevents the motor from seizing. Any Atlanta mechanic will tell you that routinely changing the oil in your car or truck is the easiest and cheapest way to keep it on the road. However, not everyone agrees on when this should occur. Part of the reason is that the frequency of oil changes will depend on individual driving habits. If your commute primarily consists of highway miles vs. driving through stop and go traffic, you can typically get by with a 5,000 or 5 month interval.

City resident should change oil more often, says the Atlanta mechanics

Most Atlanta auto repair companies like Express Oil know that a majority of residents drive in the city. Engines are forced to work harder in these conditions, which in turn decreases the lifespan of the oil that is inside of them. According to John Pearson, Director of Marketing for the Atlanta auto repair firm, "There are many different types of oils available on the market. High-performance, fully synthetic blends can indeed last upwards of a year without needing to be changed, but this only applies when driving habits are ideal. For people that drive primarily in the city, the 3,000 mile timeframe is recommended. Another reason is that most oil filters do not last nearly as long as the oil that passes through them; a clogged or dirty filter will do little to keep contaminants from reaching valuable engine parts." Given that you can't change the filter without first draining the oil, it makes sense for Atlanta drivers to stick to the conventional 3,000 mile interval.

Express Oil has many locations throughout the U.S. They specialize in Atlanta auto repair and general maintenance. To learn more about their services and to get access to oil change coupons, please visit http://vvexpressoil.com.

About Express Oil Change & Service Center:
With more than 195 locations in 10 states, Express Oil Change & Service Center is the South's preeminent auto repair provider. The company guarantees fast and friendly expert-level care for every car and promises to never pressure customers to buy services or parts they do not need. Express Oil Change & Service Center wants to be your trusted local mechanic, and the reliable technicians at every location will do what they can to actually earn both your business and your trust.

To learn more, please visit http://vvexpressoil.com.

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