The Benefits of Switching Your Fleet to Synthetic Motor Oil

If you run or manage a business that uses a large fleet of vehicles to deliver goods or otherwise move inventory from point A to point B, the maintenance and care of your fleet are likely always near the top of your mind. When it comes to taking care of a vehicle of any size, changing out the motor oil on a regular basis is of course one of the most important tasks to stay on top of. Fresh motor oil can help prevent wear and tear to your engine and expand the lifespan of your vehicle. But if you are still using regular motor oil, it might be time for a change.

Today, more and more companies like yours are seeing the benefits of making a switch to premium synthetic motor oil. Read on to learn more. 

Synthetic Oil Flows Smoothly in Any Temperature

Motor oil will technically do its job regardless of what Mother Nature is doing outside, but a change in temperature can actually change the overall effectiveness of your oil. For example, when it gets cold out, regular motor oil can become a bit more sludge-like and won't flow as freely as it does in warm weather. This could lower your engine's efficiency or even lead to additional wear and tear on the engine in frigid conditions. If your business operates in a part of the country that sees a lot of cold temperatures, an upgrade to synthetic motor oil could help keep your engine in solid shape until warmer weather returns.

Change the Oil Less Frequently

Auto mechanics who install regular motor oil will usually tell you to switch it out every 3,000 to 5,000 miles. But this could be a huge pain for your company if you have trucks that easily top that number on a monthly basis. The more frequently you have to change the oil, the more downtime that truck will have. While not all synthetic oils are the same, you can generally expect the average premium synthetic oil to last at least 5,000 miles if not closer to 7,500 or even 10,000. When you don't have to change the oil as frequently, you can keep your trucks on the road and fulfill your shipments on time.

It Won't Evaporate as Easily

Regular motor oil can slowly evaporate over time and users of this type of oil may suddenly notice their engine having problems, only to open the hood and see that the oil level is no longer where it should be. Synthetic oils are designed to minimize evaporation so you won't have this problem.

Contact a local AMSOIL synthetic lubricants dealer for more information.