When to get an oil change

Many newer cars require synthetic or synthetic-blend oil in order to minimize friction and maximize fuel economy. According to AAA, the proper oil for your make and model of vehicle must have the correct SAE viscosity grade, meet performance standards set by the API, ILSAC and/or ACEA, and comply with any unique specifications established by the automaker or engine manufacturer. You can find this information in your car’s owner’s manual or check out a local auto repair shop.

How often you should get an oil change depends on your vehicle’s age, type of oil used, and driving conditions. Older cars tend to change the oil every 3,000 miles. Newer cars are able to get an oil change every 5,000 to 7,500 miles. If your car’s engine requires synthetic oil, it may even last as much as 15,000 miles between services! Be sure to follow the factory maintenance schedule for oil changes.

Sell Your Car for Cash

If your car needs a lot more work done than an oil change, consider selling it online. You Call We Haul will help you sell your car for cash. We partner with buyers throughout the nation who will place live bids on all types of used, damaged, and non-functioning vehicles. Follow these steps to get started:

  1. Fill out our vehicle condition report and take some pictures of your vehicle. Providing photos will increase the value of your car by over 20%!
  2. In as little as one hour, buyers will be able to bid on your vehicle. Offers are placed in real-time, so you’ll be able to accept the best offer for you! Typically, you’ll receive an offer within 1-2 business days.
  3. After you accept an offer, a partnered towing agent will contact you to schedule a pick-up time most convenient for you. Your car will be towed for free!
  4. You’ll be paid in cash at pick up! You’ll also receive a confirmation email from You Call We Haul which includes a receipt.

Sell your car by going online or calling us at (866) 771-5865.

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