FULL SYNTHETIC OIL CHANGE
Many Vehicles require synthetic oil per manufacturers specification, but even if your car or truck can take conventional mineral oil, synthetic motor oil will help protect your engine long-term against wear.
Synthetic oils are recommended for use in harder working engines and to assist with gas mileage. While your vehicle may only require conventional oil, synthetic oil is more resistant to breaking-down in harsh winters or hot summers. The oil in your car doesn't just reduce heat and friction in your engine, and it also helps collect debris and dirt deposited from moving parts. As synthetic oil does not break down as easily as conventional oil, it can help prevent sludge build-up, improve gas mileage, and extend the overall life expectancy of your engine. Why not work towards keeping your engine cleaner? As oil circulates through your vehicle's engine, it tends to pick up deposits. It becomes noticeable over time that conventional oils can often form sludge, which will then reduce your car's efficiency ultimately reducing the overall life of your engine.