Good doctors’ advice always says that you should consume at least eight glasses of fresh, clean water a day. The science is out on this, and there are medical opinions out there that argue that less is still more in this case. Nevertheless, minimal but regular consumption of water is still required on a daily basis. Otherwise, you would simply dry up. Now, the same goes for your motor car. I have no problems in keeping, how to put it, my car well-oiled and running in good condition. After all, there are just so many oil change places near me.
If you are self-sufficient in mind and spirit, you might want to do the oil change yourself. You might want to keep a ready can of the best or most suitable oil for your car’s engine handy, probably stored away safely in the boot of your car. No place else will do as you will surely agree. As they say; no mess, no fuss. And safety even is the operative word here, when you think about it. Never mind getting the interiors of your car soiled, even damaged, from leaking car oil (from the can and from the car’s engine), inflammable explosions can be quite dangerous.
Expose unprotected oil to friction and sparks will fly, or worse. This you know. Those of you not into the grease monkey scene can take heart in the fact that surely there is always someone close by to do the necessary oil change for you. All you need to do is visit your local gas station whenever you need to fill her up. While the tank is being filled with gas, a competent garage attendant can see to your car oil change while you wait or visit the garage’s convenience store.