What is the Difference Between Synthetic and Conventional Motor Oil?

You may want to explore the distinction between synthetic and conventional motor oil prior to your next oil change. They each have features that are appropriate for specific applications. One consideration is the vehicle you drive and the other is the number of miles you put on it.

The additives used to blend with crude oil create the viscosity that’s suitable for an older vehicle. It’s also the oil of choice when you’re only driving short distances. Synthetic oil is created using different compounds that can be entirely lab created, or they may come in part from crude oil or other resources. It’s most often chosen with high-performance and newer vehicles, and it is recommended when significant driving is required.

One of our knowledgeable staff in our service center at Kelley Sales & Service in Springfield, VT is here to assist you with your questions.

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