European cars require oil that protects the emissions system, meets certain viscosity requirements, meets strict OEM requirements and more. We explain here.
Oil life monitors are great tools, but they have limitations. Here’s everything you need to know about the oil life monitor in your vehicle.
When buying a used dirt bike, look for these telltale signs that the bike has been used and abused so you don’t accidentally buy someone else’s problem.
Several factors can contribute to a car burning oil. Worn or stuck piston rings. Worn valve seals. Low-quality motor oil. Here’s what you need to know.
You can use diesel oil in a gas engine provided the diesel oil meets the appropriate specifications and viscosity requirements of your engine.
Oil additives promise several enticing benefits, like improved fuel economy, reduced friction and better wear protection. Find out if you should use them.
Timing chain stretch can affect some modern turbocharged, gasoline-direct-injected (T-GDI) engines, triggering a check-engine light. Here’s what you can do.
Boat maintenance is key to staying on the water all season. Here are eight tips to ensure your boat keeps running strong all summer long.
While it’s safe to mix synthetic and conventional oil since they’re compatible, it’s not a great idea. Here’s why you shouldn’t mix oil types.
AMSOIL Power Foam helps remove carburetor and engine deposits in two- and four-stroke engines, helping them run better. Here’s how to use it.