Oil Change FAQs

Oil Change

Oil Change FAQs in Lexington Park, MD

Changing the oil in your vehicle is an important step in its maintenance. But are you aware of why oil changes are important? Have you ever been curious about the difference between synthetic and conventional oil? Many people don’t know the answers to these questions and don't ask when talking to their service advisor. That's why we've answered some common questions below.

What's the difference between synthetic and conventional oil?

Unlike conventional oil, synthetic oil is distilled and refined, which breaks it down into individual molecules. These molecules are then more capable of meeting the demands of modern engines, offering better performance and protection compared to conventional oil.

How often should you change the oil in your vehicle?

Your vehicle's oil needs to be changed anywhere from 5,000 to 10,000 miles. With a variety of synthetic oils out there, many vehicles can handle more miles on the road with the same oil. Still, it's important to talk to your service technician about the best course of action for your vehicle.

Why should I bring my vehicle to the dealership to have my oil changed?

More power to you if you change your own oil! It's not easy, and it can be messy and time-consuming. You'll also need all the supplies on hand. If you're not familiar with how to change oil, or if you don't have the necessary tools and supplies, it's much easier to trust our technicians with your vehicle.

Where can I get an oil change near me?

If you live near Leonardtown, California and St. Mary's City, Lexington Park Lincoln would love to be your one-stop shop for all of your service needs.

If you have any additional questions that we haven't answered about oil changes or service in general, feel free to contact us or stop by our dealership at 21575 Great Mills Road, Lexington Park, MD 20653. As always, we look forward to serving our customers from Lexington Park, MD, and throughout Leonardtown, California and St. Mary's City.

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