The Differences Between Synthetic Motor Oil and Conventional Motor Oil, and Deciding Which Product You Should Choose

Most vehicle owners understand that routine vehicle maintenance is an important part of owning a vehicle. Oil changes are just one service you should have done to your vehicle. Whether you are changing your oil yourself or you are heading to a professional to get the job done, you will typically be asked whether you want to use a synthetic oil for the job or a conventional oil. Don't know the difference? Here's what you need to know about synthetic oil:
  • Synthetic oil contains chemical additives that are not naturally within the original oil product.
  • The chemicals added are designed to increase fuel efficiency, protect your engine, etc.
  • This is a popular product that tends to be more affordable than the conventional option.
  • Depending on the type of product you choose, your vehicle may require less oil changes per year.



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