RoadKing Keep your Car Rolling -- simple tips on avoiding auto repair --Brian Chee About Brian Chee Prior to joining Autobytel as Editor, Brian spent 15 years working as a writer in the southern California area. His work has appeared in a wide variety of regional newspapers and online publications, including the Orange County Register and OCnow.com. Brian's appreciation for automobiles began when he attended his first Long Beach Grand Prix in 1976. Later, his interest in new cars and racing was nurtured while working as a reporter for a chain of Los Angeles-area local city newspapers. Brian is a member of the Automotive Press Association, the Motor Press Guild, the International Motor Press Association and the California State University Advisory Board for Internet Writing.
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The best way to destruct an indestructible car is by ignoring the simple things, such as oil changes. And according to Rose, oil changes are essential. "Every 3750 miles, it's time for an oil change," said Rose. "It may not look like your oil needs to be changed, but there's a build up in the oil of acids, formed when the car is started and driven hard. Your oil may look okay, it's still time to change it."