Like the five-day work week and glasses in about an hour, the 3,000-mile oil change is part of the American consciousness. Save time, money and the environment with today’s Deal from WNC Lube: Pay $75 for a 25,000 mile Amsoil Synthetic Mobile Oil Change - a $150 value!
- Get 5 quarts of premium synthetic oil, oil filter and an engine flush – all performed on-site at your home or office!
Introducing the 25,000 mile oil change with Amsoil Premium Synthetic oil. John McLean, owner of WNC Lube, has a wide variety of oils that are suitable for just about every vehicle on the road today. Even the newer cars that call for a 5W-20 or 0W-20 oil can use an Amsoil product that exactly matches the requirements set forth by the manufacturer. That's really all you have to do. Change your oil every 12 months or 25000 miles and quit wasting time on cheap oil from the quickie lube, or overpriced oil from your dealer, every 3000 miles.
Amsoil stands behind their products and they will stand behind you when you use them. Read about the Amsoil product warranty here.
John McLean has factory training on Chevrolet and Ford vehicles as well as heavy-duty truck experience, but has worked on all makes and models and he will make sure that your vehicle is in tip-top shape! After John comes to your work or home to change your oil, he’ll come back every 3,000 miles during your 25,000 mile program to perform a check up on your vehicle’s oil filters, air filter and more! check them out on Amsoil, facebook and relylocal.
DID YOU KNOW?
If you check your car's user manual, you'll probably find you've been changing your oil more often than you need to, at least according to the people who designed your car. Most carmakers abandoned the 3,000-mile interval long ago, opting instead to advise their customers to go 5,000, 7,500 and even 10,000miles and more between oil changes without any guilt -- or damage to the engine.
Now you know...Amsoil helps vehicles last longer, save time and money, and can help save the environment. Along with requirements to make vehicles more energy efficient and to produce fewer emissions, auto manufacturers are making the switch to synthetic lube and oils that stand up to the additional stresses on smaller engines, parts, and fuel injection systems. You'll save some money -- and possibly keep the world a little greener in the process.