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Synthetic Motor Oil has been proven the best for over a
quarter century because it:
Saves you money
Offers the convenience of fewer oil changes
Increases the life of your vehicle
Reduces costly vehicle repairs
Improves vehicle performance
Improves fuel mileage
are interested in any of the above benefits, the
information here could be the most important automotive
maintenance information you'll ever read.
Saves You Money:
products save you money? Well, first, by offering the
possibility of greatly extended drains, they save you
the hassle and expense of frequent trips to the quick
lube. If you drive 25,000 miles per year and change your
oil every 3,000 miles, you'd need 8 lube changes per
year. At an average cost of $15 per change (assuming you
get a fair price), that amounts to $120 for oil and
filters every year.
synthetic oil and high efficiency oil filters, you'd
need ONE oil change over the course of that year, and
only TWO filter changes. For the whole year! Imagine how
much time and headache that would save you. And what
about cost. Well, even if you brought our oil & filter
to a reputable oil change shop and they charged you full
price (even though you brought your own lube and
filter), the total cost for an entire year (for most
vehicles) would be about $70. For many vehicles it would
be even less. So, just on oil and filters you've saved
Convenience of Fewer Oil
In addition, as mentioned above, not only do you save
money on fewer oil changes, but you save the time and
hassle of it all. If you do your own oil changes, you
probably spend at least a half hour to an hour each time
you change your oil considering the change itself and
all the preparation and clean-up. That amounts to at
least 3 hours and probably more like 6 hour saved on oil
changes. Not to mention, you don't have to spend a half
hour with oil running down your arm every 3,000 miles.
if you have it done at a quick lube shop, you know most
times you've got to take a lunch hour and drive over
there, wait in line, wait for the oil change itself to
be completed, and then drive back to work. Not too
convenient is it? Even though you don't have to spend a
half hour under your hood, you still waste a good half
hour to an hour letting someone else do it. So, you
still lose 3 to 6 hours of your life every year just to
getting your oil changed. Wouldn't you rather be doing
something more productive with your time?
But even if you are "hooked" on someone else doing the
oil changes for you - make that time count - most every
oil change business will gladly use the oil you provide.
synthetic oil with you on your next visit - and those
visits become not only less frequent, but worth every
second of that precious commodity known as time.
Longer Engine Life With
However, the above benefits mean nothing if extending
your oil drains actually does more damage to your
engine, so this issue is of prime importance. So, let's
First of all, you'll be getting FAR better protection
right out of the bottle. But, how does it hold up over
time? Are you still receiving better protection at the
end of your 25,000 mile oil drain interval? Consider
Floyd Erks, he uses AMSOIL
synthetic 0w30 motor oil and
Duty oil filters on his 1993 Ford Aerostar. He changes
his oil once every 35,000 miles. As of January 2002, he
now has 731,000 miles on the same engine! No rebuilds
and no major maintenance or repair ever performed on
this engine. He also has 300,000 miles on the same
transmission since switching to
ATF. The vehicle still runs wonderfully, and he expects
to break the million mile mark within the next 2 to 3
Now, do you remember that I was talking about how
can save you money earlier on this page? How much money
do you think Mr. Erks has saved since 1993 on on auto
purchases? Even if you assume that with good care an
engine would give you 300,000 miles running petroleum
oil at 3,000 mile intervals, he still would have gone
through two vehicles already and would be well into
wearing out a third. AT a minimum of $20,000 for a new
minivan, that amounts to a savings of at least $40,000.
What could you do with that kind of money?
Improves Vehicle Performance
and Fuel Mileage:
Of course, we haven't even discussed performance yet.
With an synthetic oil that protects this well, there is
no question that there must be reduced friction within
your engine. So, like all good science students we all
understand that if there is reduced friction, more
engine combustion energy is able to be converted to
vehicle motion. As a result, you'll get easier an
starting, more powerful engine that gets far better fuel
economy than you'd ever expect. You'd be amazed at the
difference you could see when switching your vehicle
from petroleum oil to a premium synthetic like