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Motor Oil Matters Follow Up

Hi Neighbors!

We had the oil change done on our Suburban today.  Unfortunately we do not have any MOM approved places around here.  We did take our MOM checklist though.

The first point is one we follow anyway.  We regularly schedule our oil changes and follow the instructions in our vehicle's manual.  The second point is making sure we use the right viscosity.  This is another point my husband is already a stickler on.  Anything like that is always covered, so those were easy.  He knows a local company and we usually get our oil changes done there.  The only time he does not is of course when we are traveling.

Receipts are required as we always double check them to make sure the work was done and that they followed through on everything.  My mother used to run the register at an auto shop and some of the stories she would tell regarding how workers ripped off customers were scary.

Thanks to Motor Oil Matters we are up to date on our oil changes and ready to go!  One neighbor here At the Fence is also going to be able to thank MOM, Motor Oil Matters, when they receive their $50 gift card for their oil change.

Now, I said that I would add an extra entry here before the giveaway ends.  What I need you to do, is read the checklist and tell me at least one point that you always make sure to do when you get an oil change.  Hurry up and head over to the original post HERE to enter.  I have added it to the Rafflecopter.  Only a few hours left to enter so hurry up!


Disclosure: I received no monetary compensation for this review.  I did receive a gift card for an oil change.  This is a review sponsored by Motor Oil Matters. The Motor Oil Matters information and gift cards have been provided by Motor Oil Matters.

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