More AMSOIL Products Available in the Award-Winning Easy-Pack

Sometimes an idea so great comes along it makes some wonder, “Why didn’t anyone think of this sooner?” Case in point: AMSOIL easy-packs.



The Pros and Cons of Semi-Synthetic Oils and Synthetic Blends

How to check oil properly

Generally speaking, synthetic blends and semi-synthetic refer to the same thing: an oil that uses a combination of conventional and synthetic base oils in its formulation.



How to Get Your Car Noticed at a Car Show (and Maybe Even Win an Award)

We ask car show experts what it takes to get noticed at your next car show. Follow this advice and you may leave your next car show a winner.



Team Hybrid Sets the Import Standard

Team Hyrbrid

Watch the video to find out how Team Hybrid has risen to the top of the import tuner scene.



Why Does Motor Oil Turn Black?

How to change your oil

Find out why motor oil turns black and how that may affect your engine and, more importantly, if it signals the time for an oil change.



See How Rtech Fabrications Builds Trucks to do Truck Things

Watch Randall Robertson of Rtech Fabrications build trucks to do truck things.



How Often Should I Change Front or Rear Differential Fluid?

Chevrolet silverado 1500 Towing Camper

How often you should change front and rear differential fluid depends on your vehicle, driving conditions and differential fluid quality.



Automatic Transmission Fluid & Manual Transmission Fluid: What’s the Difference?

Back in 2006, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) offered buyers the choice between an automatic and a manual transmission in 47 percent of new cars. Fast forward to 2018, when only 2 percent of vehicles sold had a manual transmission, according to edmunds.com. 



What is a CVT Transmission?

CVT transmission

CVT transmissions are gaining popularity due to their efficiency. But you need to use a dedicated CVT transmission fluid to maximize performance and life.



DOT 3 and DOT 4 Brake Fluid: What’s the Difference?

Glowing red brake rotor from heat

The primary difference between DOT 3 and DOT 4 brake fluid is their respective boiling points. I suspect I know your next question. But first, some background. The U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) classifies brake fluid into four main categories: