Everyone has had a car emergency before. Whether it be finding your battery is dead after a weekend with girlfriends, being stuck in traffic for a long period of time, or simply being out and about and finding that you need a bandage. With a little bit of preparation, you can make those moments a lot less stressful. I keep an emergency car kit in my trunk and it has saved me more times than I can count.
Honestly, one of the most important things you can do for your car is try to prevent the emergencies in the first place. The best way to do this is regular car maintenance including oil changes. I usually take my car to Walmart for oil changes because I love that I can get all of my shopping done during oil change and because they use Pennzoil. Pennzoil cleans out the sludge and will allow you to drive 550 more miles a year vs. a dirty engine. Pennzoil has three different oils for different needs including their conventional oil, their oil for high mileage cars and platinum oil. We don't use anything else in our cars.
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