Did you know that the average age of cars and light trucks on the roads today has reached 9.4 years? I know we're bringing that average up (our vehicles are 1998-2000) and keeping these older cars running makes taking care of them more important than ever.
So I jumped at the chance to offer you the opportunity to learn more about oil, oil changes... and to give one of you a free (or nearly free) oil change at Jiffy Lube.
To enter the giveaway, visit Motor Oil Matters and poke around a bit. There is a lot of information, and an interactive quiz (I scored 100%, thank you very much!) and if you come back here and leave a comment telling me either your score on the quiz, or something you learned on the website, you are entered in my giveaway to win a $35 Jiffy Lube gift card.
For additional entries, you can:
- Follow my blog using Google Friend Connect, and leave a comment saying you are a follower
- Follow my blog via Networked Blogs, and leave a comment telling me that
- Post about this giveaway somewhere and tell me about that
You probably want to live somewhere near a Jiffy Lube, I need to have some way to contact you, and you need to enter by midnight Mountain Time on Monday, May 24.
Disclosure: MotorOilMatters.org and Shell Lubricants provided me with the gift card and information through MyBlogSpark.
Well, I scored 100 percent on the quiz anyway. I liked how it explained the answer after you picked the correct answer :). I'm hoping to figure out networked blogs later today, but Panera for breakfast is first :).
I learned that additives help to keep the engine clean. I missed one question on the quiz.
I am also a follower LOL. And, I added the Google Follower thing to my blog if you want to...
I scored a 100% on the quiz. I've always been good with multiple choice tests. :D
I'm a follower.
100% here :)
I am following using Google Connect! (haven't figured out the network blog thing yet)
I didn't take the quiz (didn't see it) but I looked at the facts and learned that the correct interval for oil changes is not necessarily 3 months/3,000 miles but is "the one recommended by the engine manufacturer for your individual driving conditions.It is printed in the vehicle owner’s manual."
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